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    James Cook in perspective
    Some contemporary views .. have sought to reduce the historical significance of Cook’s achievements, but those achievements are factual, historically verifiable and irreducible. Eugenie Joseph 2006.
    HowWhy Britain Lost
    In 1760, George III ascended to the throne in Britain. The young king inherited the responsibility of ruling over more people and more land than any previous English monarch. Harry Dalton, 2013.
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    In June 1941, Nazi Germany began a full-scale invasion of the Soviet Union, codenamed ‘Operation Barbarossa’. Hitler had been planning the invasion of Russia for some time and saw it as part of his plan for providing Germany with ‘Lebensraum’ or living space.
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    British arrogance, fortified by ignorance, provoked America into rebellion.
    In 1760, George III ascended to the throne in Britain. The young king inherited the responsibility of ruling over more people and more land than any previous English monarch. His reign encompassed Britons on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean: in the British Isles and, across the vast expanse of ocean to the thirteen North American Colonies.
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    Harry Dalton, Dickson College, 2013
    This essay was written as part of the Revolutions in the Modern World unit at Dickson College, Semester 1, 2013. It was written in response to the following question: '“In the end Britain made rebels where there had been none.” Evaluate Tuchman’s argument that British policy towards the American colonies was a case of ‘folly’.
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