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Chatham and the British Empire.
Robertson, C. Sir.
Written in English
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That First British Empire ended infive years after Chatham's death, in disaster and disruption, and a new imperial problem of the Second British Empire commenced with the recognition of the independence of the United States of North America, and with the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles () which registered the victory of France and her allies.
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The history professor tells us why it’s less interesting to argue about whether the Empire was a force for good or ill, than to understand how it worked and why it fell apart. He suggests a reading list to get us started. This record contains two 7" singles. One by The Musicians of the British Empire and the other by The Chatham Singers.
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William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, PC, FRS (15 November – 11 May ) was a British statesman of the Whig group who served as Prime Minister of Great Britain in the middle of the 18th century.
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The British especially have no excuse for forgetting that empire is a most complex and persistent beast. And it has claws. Linda Colley's Captives: Britain, Empire .The British Empire at its greatest extent covered approximately twenty-five percent of the surface of the globe with the same percentage of the world so population under its rule, directly or indirectly.
And, yet a little over one-hundred years after its apogee, with its fall made absolute by the process.Ireland, to take one example, became independent of Britain in and, quite obviously, is no longer considered to be within the British Empire by anyone. Note, also, that there is a difference between what is meant by "British Empire" and what is meant by the term, " British Commonwealth ".