Britain and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History, Band 2
Multidisc plinary encyclopedia of the impacts of the close ties between Britain and the whole of the Americas, examining Britain's cultural and political legacy to the nations of the New World. From the transportation of Scottish slaves taken by the Vikings to Newfoundland, to the emergence in the 19th century of a Welsh-speaking community in Patagonia, Britain's transatiantic influence has spanned the length and breadth of the Americas. The story of Britain's interplay with the Americas includes accounts both of Britain's role in the African slave trade and the impact of its human rights policy in Latin America. From Vik ngs to Redcoats, from the Beatles to the war in Iraq, Britain and the Americas examines Britain's cultural and political legacy to the nations of the Americas.
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Part of ABC-CLIO's new "Transatlantic Relations" series, this work offers introductory coverage of the historical relationship between Great Britain and the Americas. Editors Kaufman and Macpherson ... Vollständige Rezension lesen