The Titanic left began its voyage on April 10th, 1912, it left from Southampton, England and was scheduled to arrive in New York on April 17th, 1912. The Titanic was built by White Star Lines under the management of J. Bruce Ismay. While the ship was originally designed to take passengers from England, France, and…
In the 1700s, an increased productivity was the result of a series of innovations and reforms that required less human energy and for factories and mechanisms to develop. Furthermore, the industrial revolution began in Great Britain due to the emergence of the textile industry, cloth assembled by hand in the homes of these workers for…
The distinction between the legal professionals of the English legal system is clouded and lacks any real divergence in their respective roles. English legal system is one of the oldest legal systems underlying the legal systems of some countries like America. We are talking about English legal system and not about United Kingdom legal system,…
World War 1, also called “The Great War”, lasted for a little more than 4 years from 1914-1918. This war was between the Central Powers and the Allies. Germany was a part of the Central Powers while France, Britain and Russia were with the Allied powers. Germany, France, Britain and Russia all used the war…
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Private Military Companies are considered by many, such as Percy (2007, p 181) and Francis (1999, p.319) as the successors of historical medieval mercenaries. Since the first modern PMC, WatchGuard International, was established in the United Kingdom in 1967 by former members of the British Special Air Service, the use of PMCS has grown exponentially….
Ever since the start of the industrialization of Manchester people have had many varying opinions on how it is affecting the city. Some people say that the rapidly expanding textile industry is good for the city. Other people think the Industrial Revolution is moving too fast and that its negatively impacting society. There are also…
Britain Protecting Civilians from German Zeppelin airships Aerial warfare revolutionised during WW1. Although the plane, innovated by the Wright Brothers, had only been invented eleven years before World War 1, technology was being developed at a faster pace than ever. One of the most common and famous uses of aerial warfare was the Zeppelin airship…
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Equality is a term used to describe a society where all its members can participate fairly, given their capabilities and have the same opportunities to reach their full potential. It has been enforced by law, most recently through The Equality Act of 2010. The Act reunites and updates existing laws into one, simplifying the legislation….
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The United Kingdom has been a member of the EU for 43 years and consequently, this membership has enabled businesses to trade openly across the entire EU market. For the insurance industry this has meant that UK insurers were able to write businesses in other EU countries without any further local capital requirements. Since Brexit…