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Victorian Era Propaganda

As the Victorian Age drew to a close and the Edwardian period began, the British Empire found that ties to colonial dominions were weaker than they had been (James, p. 319). The

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Poles Vs Germans: The Battle of Wizna

When the Germans rolled into Poland with over 40,000 troops, they were expecting little resistance from the Poles. What they got instead was the Polish Thermopylae. The Polish army had been building

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Britain and World War I

As the Twentieth Century began, the European world began to prepare for a major war, which was commonly expected. Literature from the period fictionalized German invasions of England, and other theoretical combative

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