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The Fall of the Russian Empire

1929 International Affairs  
The Fall of the Russian Empire. By FATHER EDMUND J. WALSH. 1929. (London: Williams and Norgate. 8vo. xviii + 357 pp. 16s.)  ...  THE writer, an American member of the Society of Jesus, was engaged on relief work in Russia for twenty months in 1922-3.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3014915 fatcat:6vofce4alfanpkp32npbwhypfe


R. A. Humphreys
1952 History: The Journal of the Historical Association  
THE FALL OF THE SPANISH AMERICAN EMPIRE At the time of the Napoleonic invasions of the Spanish peninsula in 1807-8, the Spanish empire in America stretched in unbroken line from California to Cape Horn  ...  FALL OF THE SPANISH AMERICAN EMPIRE 217 city of the western hemisphere, larger than any city of Great Britain and Ireland except London and Dublin.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-229x.1952.tb00239.x fatcat:f4zirzk6xbch7bfnyhrrorsl3y

Decline and Fall of the Spanish Empire

Frederic F. Frederic (AKA Frederick F. Clairmonte)
1970 Monthly review  
the three revolutions of the last quarter of the eighteenth century: the American, the French, and the Haitian.  ...  Naipaul, one of Britain's leading men of letters and a native of Trinidad, has woven an intricate tapestry of that island's destiny from its European discovery at the end of the fifteenth century until  ...  The Indian shrivelled; the Spaniard in his peripheral empire wilted; Spanish pacification campaigns were emulated by the English, the French, and the Dutch.  ... 
doi:10.14452/mr-022-06-1970-10_4 fatcat:tdpb2gk3kzg7jefb2clz7hcwpq

2. The First Decades of English American Settlement, 1607–1639 [chapter]

2021 The Currency of Empire  
There was no set pre ce dent yet for running the nascent empire.  ...  After about a quarter century of delay and false starts, the En glish American proj ect fi nally achieved some permanence at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607.  ...  At no point, however, did this belie the presence of a central princi ple behind the formation of this empire.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781501755781-003 fatcat:g55zaiygkzg4rhxcr53admqjze

Vilcabamba and the Fall of the Inca Empire [chapter]

Brian S. Bauer
2016 Voices from Vilcabamba: Accounts Chronicling the Fall of the Inca Empire  
There are many insightful books describing the collapse of the Inca Empire from the arrival of the first Europeans to the invasion of Vilcabamba.  ...  The aid of these mestizos was critical to the fall of Vilcabamba, and many personally benefited by the elimination of their cousins.  ... 
doi:10.5876/9781607324263.c001 fatcat:2ug4ljlf4vgqpcwg7xgspjfttm

Scenes from the Decline and Fall of the American Empire

Darryl Jones
2007 Forum  
At their zenith, empires become haunted by images of their inevitable demise.  ...  These are hardly new - the late-Victorian British Empire produced a large number of disaster fictions hardly less spectacular, with H G Wells foremost amongst his contemporary catastrophists - London is  ...  SCENES FROM THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE My next passage is from The War in the Air (1908) .  ... 
doaj:73b9a947426e40c099842bc3d2ebf44f fatcat:licadd2l6rayzaafknqv5wjldy

Place of the Antilles in the Rise and Fall of the Spanish Colonial Empire in the New World

Ruth Stanton
1944 The historian  
“Place of the Antilles in the Rise and Fall of the Spanish Colonial Empire in the New World MH RuTH STANTON or three hundred years the Caribbean area was the key + to the Spanish mainland colonies of the  ...  for a great American empire.® These nations soon found that the control of the Caribbean gave access to the gold and glory of America, hence their efforts to monopo- lize it.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-6563.1944.tb01062.x fatcat:2aqgteynkrfrvadv2r66wqnera

Awakening, or Watchfulness: Naum Faiq and Syriac Language Poetry at the Fall of the Ottoman Empire [chapter]

Robert Isaf
2020 Arabic and its Alternatives  
cause, Faiq himself was forced to flee the Empire.  ...  By this point in his life, Faiq had already started his second American journal, Huyodo -in English, Unity -putting into a masthead one of the central tenants of his Assyrian nationalism.  ...  Appendix: the Syriac Poems  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004423220_008 fatcat:ygwfg3saancdlfz62nddiydlvm

:The Web of Empire: English Cosmopolitans in an Age of Expansion, 1560–1660

Mary C. Fuller
2009 American Historical Review  
The Web of Empire: English Cosmopolitans in an Age of Expansion 1560 -1660 . New York: Oxford University Press. 2008. Pp. ix + 381. $35.00 hbk. This is a splendid book.  ...  While this summary description gives a sense of a book's method, again, it falls short of indicating the full breadth of materials on which the book draws.  ... 
doi:10.1086/ahr.114.2.477 fatcat:ngg5cfqp3ne5jcdz6wv772jigi

Fall of the German Empire, 1914-1918. Ralph Haswell Lutz , David G. Rempel , Gertrude Rendtorff

Carl Joachim Friedrich
1934 The Journal of modern history  
478 BOOK REVIEWS Fall of the German Empire, 1914-1918. Selected and edited by Ratpn Haswe t Lutz, professor of history, Stanford University. Transla- tions by Davin G.  ...  The second volume deals with “Social democracy” (Part V), “Economic conditions” (Part VI), and the “Collapse of the Empire” (Part VII).  ... 
doi:10.1086/236194 fatcat:xojk2amghzbptekds7xyjtnwuu

Mapping the Americanization of English in space and time

Bruno Gonçalves, Lucía Loureiro-Porto, José J. Ramasco, David Sánchez, Tobias Preis
2018 PLoS ONE  
We find that American English is the dominant form of English outside the UK and that its influence is felt even within the UK borders.  ...  In this work, we analyze how the world-wide varieties of written English are evolving.  ...  The funder had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0197741 pmid:29799872 pmcid:PMC5969760 fatcat:ud462hm57jdifptzyzgqw2lmxm


H. Hale Bellot
1937 History: The Journal of the Historical Association  
i A en \ we ee —_ a THE PLACE OF AMERICAN HISTORY IN ENGLISH EDUCATION THE question whether American history should have any place in English education is one to which an obvious answer is easy to return  ...  in the great textile towns of New 1937] AMERICAN HISTORY IN ENGLISH EDUCATION 335 Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-229x.1937.tb00706.x fatcat:qi5xy7ohwjgepk2mqth5mmeiyu

Communicating Liberty: The Newspapers of the British Empire as a Matrix for the American Revolution

William Beatty Warner
2005 ELH: English literary history  
But sanctions after publication continue to be part of English law.  ...  The Central Features of the Newspapers of the British Empire In the years before the American Revolution, newspapers were not what liberal Whig histories would later try to make them, a forum for the  ... 
doi:10.1353/elh.2005.0022 fatcat:kqmiwj7ecfeg5nu7lynohwjloa

Peasants at Work: Forced Cotton Cultivation in Northern Mozambique 1938–1961 [chapter]

2017 The Rise and Fall of Modern Empires, Volume I  
The Rise and Fall of Modern Empires I 1995, pp. 122-25) .  ...  A few years later, his Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire would elaborate a similarly despondent view of empire as a type of political organization 'adverse to nature and reason' (Gibbon, 1901, vol.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315237343-11 fatcat:dt2iuvszbzeanjf3ucqosorapy

Translation, American English and the National Insecurities of Empire1

2010 Translation Today  
It argues that such a relationship cannot be understood apart from a critical appreciation of the Americanization, which is to say translation, of English from an imperial into a national language that  ...  This essay inquires into the relationship between translation and empire in the United States.  ...  Looking back at Antiquity, Nebrija concluded that "language was always the companion of empire; therefore, it follows that together they begin, grow, and flourish and together they fall."  ... 
doi:10.46623/tt/2010.7.1n2.ar2 fatcat:fjyaxn2by5cebff3gzv22zttbq
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