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. Imperial appetites✓ sparks ignite✓ rumours of war✓ pitt rising✓ the montcalm before the storm✓ fortresses fall✓ From the Plains of Abraham to PeaceFrom the first shots fired in the Ohio Valley wilderness in 1754 until the Treaty of Paris signed in 1763, the French and Indian War became a conflict that encircled the globe, drawing in nation after nation and inciting battles from the Caribbean to the Philippines.
French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End #ad - Fought chiefly between the two imperial powers of England and France in the mid-18th century, the struggle would also draw in native Indian nations who sought to exert their own strength and sovereignty over the North American continent. This book tells the story of this mighty struggle and how its outcome ultimately laid the foundations for the modern world we inhabit today.
The Ottoman Empire: A History From Beginning to End#ad - The story begins with the dream of the first ottoman sultan, Osman I, Abdulmejid II, and ended with the nightmare of the last sultan, in 1300, in 1922. The ottoman empire* * *download for free on kindle unlimited + free BONUS Inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, iPad, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, or Tablet.
Over the course of just two hundred years, eastern europe, obscure Anatolian state into the most powerful Muslim nation in the world, the Ottoman Empire grew from a small, controlling vast swathes of the Middle East, and North Africa. Beset by external enemies and torn apart by conflicting elements inside, territory, over the next three hundred and fifty years the Ottoman Empire lost power, and prestige until it became “the sick man of Europe.
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Then came a period of gradual decline. Within the empire science, medicine, technology, and art flourished, and the Ottoman army became one of the most feared and efficient fighting forces in existence. This is the story of the Ottoman Empire, from beginning to end.
The Great Famine: A History from Beginning to End Irish History Book 2#ad - Discover the remarkable history of the Great Famine. Free bonus inside!the great famine which afflicted Ireland from 1845 to 1849 was one of the most catastrophic events in Europe during the nineteenth century. More than one-quarter of the population of Ireland died of starvation or associated disease, or were forced to emigrate.
The potato blight affected parts of Great Britain and other countries in Europe, but nowhere else did it lead to famine. Ireland after the famine was a completely different country in many ways. The direct causes of the famine are simple to understand—a large part of the population of Ireland, mainly the poorest families, had become completely dependent on the potato as a source of food.
Successive failures of the potato crop in Ireland led to more than one million people dying as a direct result. What is less easy to understand is why this famine was confined to Ireland and why the British government did not do more to help. In 1845, the blight appeared, a disease which affected the potato crop.
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William the Conqueror: A Life From Beginning to End#ad - Gain an understanding of how the norman occupation changed English culture, and sense of law, language, while also laying down the threads of conflicts that would continue for centuries. Discover the remarkable life of William the Conqueror in less than an hour. Free bonus inside!william the conqueror invaded England in 1066, permanently changing the landscape of the English countryside and the course of English history.
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No one debates his importance; whether the influence was good or bad is a much more involved conversation. In this short history of william the conqueror, the Battle of Hastings, and the influence of Norman presence in England, you will get a crash course in the early history of England as we understand it today.
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Prohibition in the United States: A History From Beginning to End#ad - This “noble experiment” was undertaken because its supporters believed that alcohol was the single major cause of both crime and poverty. It tells the story of prohibition itself, of how people exploited loopholes in the law to continue drinking legally, and of how they simply ignored the law and drank illegally.
This is the story of a bold experiment undertaken for the very best of reasons which led to the worst of outcomes. They believed that prohibiting alcohol would lead to the end of poverty and slum housing in the United States and that prisons and jails would no longer be needed. However, the precise opposite proved to be true.
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For thirteen years, from 1920 to 1933, the transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages were prohibited in America. How could something based on such good intentions go so disastrously wrong? Inside you will read about. Alcohol in colonial america✓ prohibition propaganda✓ the noble experiment✓ life under prohibition✓ Organized Crime and Corruption✓ Repeal DayAnd much more!This book tells the story of the temperance movement in America, of its rise over a period of one hundred years to encompass the growing women’s movement, and how it eventually attained its goal in 1920
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Cyrus the Great: A Life from Beginning to End#ad - More than merely a successful conqueror, Cyrus the Great is known just as much for being a great liberator as he is known for his conquests. Under his dominion were countless principalities, ethnicities, nationalities, and religions of all kinds. It is for this reason that, as great as his temporal conquests may have been, the benevolence of Cyrus the Great’s leadership stands as his greatest attribute of all.
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The Opium Wars: A History From Beginning to End#ad - Imperial china had endured for two thousand years, but within fifty years of the humiliations of the Opium Wars, a revolution overthrew the imperial court and turned China into a republic. This is the story of those wars. Discover a plethora of topics such as the joy plant outbreak of the first opium war british superiority and the Devil Ship The Treaty of Nanking: First of the Unequal Treaties The Inevitable Second Opium War The Fall of Beijing And much more!So if you want a concise and informative book on the Opium Wars, simply scroll up and click the "Buy now" button for instant access!
In the end, the british were able to overcome their reservations and prosecuted these two wars with great success. Discover the remarkable history of the Opium Wars. Free bonus inside!violent confrontation between armed groups over the supply of illegal narcotics is something we commonly associate with criminal gangs in modern cities, but in the mid-nineteenth century Great Britain went to war with Imperial China in order to continue to supply Chinese addicts with opium.
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For the chinese qing dynasty, the Opium Wars marked the beginning of the end. The two wars which followed have become known as the opium Wars, the establishment of a British colony in Hong Kong, and they led to the utter defeat of China, and the continuation of a narcotics trade that was worth millions of pounds each year to the British.
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Inside you will read about. After the normandy invasion✓ the siege of bastogne✓ the german infiltration✓ Nuts!✓ Old Blood and Guts✓ The Last Major German OffensiveAnd much more!Trapped and surrounded by the Germans, the besieged Americans seemed doomed. The “bulge” was a protuberance 50 miles wide and 70 miles deep in the American lines.
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Battle of the bulge - world war ii* * *download for free on kindle unlimited + Free BONUS Inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, MAC, Kindle Reader, iPad, Smartphone, or Tablet. The bloodiest battle in American history earned its name from the war correspondents who were covering the conflict. The germans, who had been in flight from the American invasion of Normandy, were not supposed to be in the Ardennes region, with its terrain deemed too difficult for tanks to move or soldiers to fight.