Britain in India: World War I through the 1960s

Marykathryn Huffman (mar. Gough) 4/24/06 Prof. Bratt STBR 372 Essay #3By 1914, India had long been subjected to the harsh treatment of Imperial Britain, a country used to enforcing their rule militarily. India's population was used heavily and thoughtlessly in the wartimes of the early twentieth century. This was in part because the empire, when…Read more Britain in India: World War I through the 1960s

Trees, UK

England's predominant tree seems to be ancient, lone, and singlularly knotted, with boils and rough bark, straight and tall and massive, its numerous small scrabbly branches clutching its surrounds covetously; these trees hide much and forget little. Scotland's predominant tree strikes one as being various forms of straight, slim, tall, and proud, both youthful and…Read more Trees, UK