What does it mean to be ‘Working Class?’

What does it mean to be 'Working Class?' 1

Peter Linebaugh and Marcus Rediker, The Many-Headed Hydra: The Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic (Boston: Beacon Press 2000) LABOUR HISTORIANS STUDY the working class to examine its development, composition, working conditions, lifestyle, culture, and many other aspects. But what exactly do we mean when we use the term “working class”? Over the past half-century, …

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WW2 Timeline and Dates

World War 2 Timline

75 million people dead. 20 million soldiers; 40 million civilians. 6 million Jews murdered by the brutal and wicked Nazi regime. 5 world superpowers, supported by hundreds of smaller countries and colonies.8 years that defined the course of the world. 2 bombs that changed history, forever. ⬖ World War II is a story of tragedy and triumph.  Brought …

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Leisler’s Rebellion: A Scandalous Minister in a Divided Community 1689-1691

Leisler's Rebellion: A Scandalous Minister in a Divided Community 1689-1691 2

Among the tensions that eventually led to the American Revolution was the Leisler’s Rebellion. Leisler’s Rebellion (1689–1691) was a political revolution in New York that began with a sudden collapse of the royal government and ended with the trial and execution of Jacob Leisler, a leading New York merchant and militia officer, and his English …

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The Petrov Affair: A Lawyers Analysis

The Petrov Affair

Between November 1945 and March 1946, two officers of the Australian Department of External Affairs (DEA), Ian Frank George Milner and James Frederick Hill, were among a group of Australian civilian and military officials who handled copies of a top secret document entitled ‘Security in the Western Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic'[1] and a related document[2] …

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