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The accession of James VI, the Stewart (or Stuart) King of Scots, to the thrones of England and Ireland in 1603 renewed debates about ‘Britishness’. Many of the king’s attempts to popularise and codify his version of the concept were unsuccessful. His vision for closer political union between...
This article focusses on a trip made by John Stapylton Grey Pemberton in 1887 to two major battle sites from the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the Memorial Well Gardens, Kanpur, and the Residency ruins, Lucknow. Both sites, despite being present in a foreign country, were invented and transformed...
Connections between Great Britain and the countries of the Arabian Gulf during the era of the Cold War and decolonisation have been the subject of close examination by historians in recent years. However, no historian has addressed with any profundity the cultural dimension of Britain's dealings...
Recent scholarship on early Sino-British relations has begun challenging the longstanding projection of inevitability upon the First Anglo-Chinese War (1839–1842) by illuminating diverse opinions within each side rather than highlighting an inherent tension between “modern” Britain and...
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