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606, 2015

More thoughts on that Yalta Conference

By | June 6th, 2015|Categories: A history of Hungary & Austria/Hungary, A History of Poland, Asian History, Austrian history, British History, French History, German History, History in The Balkans, History of Japan, History of Korea, Philosophy, Russian history, US History, World History|0 Comments

The ‘Big Three’ from l. to r. ‘Exhausted’, ‘Dying’, and ‘Exuberant’ / spartacus.educational.com In February, 1945, the second ‘Big Three’ conference took place at Yalta in the Crimea. The first had been in [...]

3105, 2015

The Dominions, and the Statute of Westminster

By | May 31st, 2015|Categories: A History of North America, African History, British History, Commonwealth History, Commonwealth of Nations, English History, History of New Zealand, World History|0 Comments

A part of New Zealand / airnewzealand.ar.com Readers become confused by the essential differences between dominions and colonies and protectorates. The British Empire, when it existed, embraced all three. ‘Dominions’ was the name [...]

1705, 2015

Action Française (1899)

By | May 17th, 2015|Categories: French History|0 Comments

Charles Maurras / lactionfrancaise. net In one of our recent posts we described the case of Alfred Dreyfus, and discussed how much the prevalent anti-Semitism at the end of the 19th century influenced [...]

1205, 2015


By | May 12th, 2015|Categories: Russian history|0 Comments

Julius Martov, a leader of the Mensheviks / en.wikipedia.org The word means ‘members of the minority’; Mensheviks were another revolutionary party in Russia, similar in their aims, but not as radical as the [...]