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Great Britain Englisch ABI Timeline 1558: Queen Elizabeth I accedes to the Throne 1603: Death of Elizabeth I. ; James VI. of Scotland is crowned King James I. of England 1605: Gunpowder Plot : Guy Fawkes and others attempted to blow up the king, James I and the Parliament of England 1611: King James Bible and Church of England 1625-1649: Charles I. Mecha Ind IRELAND Scotland ********* UNITED KINGDOM 1640: Short and Long Parliament 1642-1646 : First Civil War 1648 Second Civil War 1649-1660: The Commonwealth 1651: First Navigation Act 1665 1666: The Great Plague and the Great Fire 1688: The Glorious Revolution, replaces James II. with William III. 1689: Bill of Rights: asserts the freedom of elections and of debate, the illegality of of standing armies and of taxation without the consent of the Parliament 1702-1714: Queen Anne 1702-1713: War of Spanish Secession 1707: Act of Union (England + Scotland → Great Britain) 1740 1850: The Industrial Revolution 1807 : The Slave Trade Act 1815: Battle of Waterloo (Napoleon) 1833: Slavery Abolition Act 1837-1901: Queen Victoria 1904: Entente cordiale FRANCE 1912: Titanic sinks 1914-1918: WW1 1939-1945: WW2 1940: Winston Churchill becomes prime minister 1952 - today: rule of Queen Elizabeth II. 2016-2019: Theresa May becomes prime minister 2019: Boris Johnson becomes prime minister The British Empire - Queen Elizabeth I. (1558 -1603) > foundation for the Empire 1783 official empire purpose: power, military, financial control, economy "the empire where the sun never sets" →most successful...

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empire in the world global power it held one quarter of the world's population and land mass, and was the most successful trading empire of all european powers held territories on every continent, such as Ireland, Canada, the thirteen colonies in North America, Belize (South America), South Africa, Egypt, Zimbabwe, India, Malaysia, Singapore, New South Wales and New Zealand due to its vast number of possessions, Britain held the monopoly on international trade for colonial goods such as wheat, tea, tobacco, spices, sugar, textiles and slavery for many years Britains are the finest race after WW2 Great Britain loses its superiority Political system : UK The UK is a parliamentary monarchy. Monarch has been Queen Elizabeth II. since February 6, 1952. She and her close family members perform various official, ceremonial and representative functions. Although the Queen theoretically has the powers of a constitutional monarch, she no longer exercises her sovereign rights autonomously, due to centuries-old customary law, but only in accordance with the instructions of Parliament and the Government. Brexit Brexit negotiations March 29 UK triggers Article 50, starting its withdrawal from the EU © AFP 2017 June 19 Launch of EU-UK Brexit talks Dec 14-15 Interim deal on • Irish land border • UK divorce bill • Expat rights Nov 13 UK and EU agree draft withdrawal agreement Privy Council 2018 Parliament In the UK it is not the people themselves who are sovereign, but the parliament, consisting of the House of Lords and the House of Commons, together with the monarch. Since 1911, however, political power has been almost exclusively vested in the House of Commons and the Prime. The British political system is a two party system. Since the 1920s, the two dominant parties have been the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. Prime Minister House of Commons Executive Legislative 2019 Jan 15 By Mar 29 UK parliament European votes on Parliament deal votes on deal March 29 Britain leaves EU Į Cabinet Judicative decides/appoints King / Queen People May 23-26 European Parliament elections without the UK -Transition period- UK accepts free movement of people to and from EU Supreme Court • pays into EU budget • has no part in EU decision-making Life Peers Lords Temporal 2020 *Due to constitutional convention, the monarch will only act on the advice of the Prime Minister. • retains access to EU markets Lords Spiritual House of Lords 2021 Jan 1 • New EU-UK trade deal or Transition extended or UK stays in customs arrangement with EU Slave Trade Triangle Is a historical term indicating trade among three ports or regions. Triangular trade usually evolves when a region has export commodities that are not required in the region from which its major imports come. The use of African slaves was fundamental to growing colonial cash crops, which were exported to Europe. European goods, in turn, were used to purchase African slaves, who were then brought on the sea lane west from Africa to the Americas, the so-called Middle Passage. A classic example is the colonial molasses trade. Commonwealth of Nations loose connection / link of nation start: was found 11th of December 1931 53 member states main office London = Commonwealth Office member states of commonwealth meet every two years for one week (head of state) Every country has one representative for the Commonwealth of nations sovereign is Queen Elizabeth II since 1952 main goal: East the process of decolonisation problems: countries/people often pay money to organisation to the America Suga, bobce, d to Eur Textles, run and manufacbod goods to Africa

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Great Britain Englisch ABI Timeline 1558: Queen Elizabeth I accedes to the Throne 1603: Death of Elizabeth I. ; James VI. of Scotland is crowned King James I. of England 1605: Gunpowder Plot : Guy Fawkes and others attempted to blow up the king, James I and the Parliament of England 1611: King James Bible and Church of England 1625-1649: Charles I. Mecha Ind IRELAND Scotland ********* UNITED KINGDOM 1640: Short and Long Parliament 1642-1646 : First Civil War 1648 Second Civil War 1649-1660: The Commonwealth 1651: First Navigation Act 1665 1666: The Great Plague and the Great Fire 1688: The Glorious Revolution, replaces James II. with William III. 1689: Bill of Rights: asserts the freedom of elections and of debate, the illegality of of standing armies and of taxation without the consent of the Parliament 1702-1714: Queen Anne 1702-1713: War of Spanish Secession 1707: Act of Union (England + Scotland → Great Britain) 1740 1850: The Industrial Revolution 1807 : The Slave Trade Act 1815: Battle of Waterloo (Napoleon) 1833: Slavery Abolition Act 1837-1901: Queen Victoria 1904: Entente cordiale FRANCE 1912: Titanic sinks 1914-1918: WW1 1939-1945: WW2 1940: Winston Churchill becomes prime minister 1952 - today: rule of Queen Elizabeth II. 2016-2019: Theresa May becomes prime minister 2019: Boris Johnson becomes prime minister The British Empire - Queen Elizabeth I. (1558 -1603) > foundation for the Empire 1783 official empire purpose: power, military, financial control, economy "the empire where the sun never sets" →most successful...

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empire in the world global power it held one quarter of the world's population and land mass, and was the most successful trading empire of all european powers held territories on every continent, such as Ireland, Canada, the thirteen colonies in North America, Belize (South America), South Africa, Egypt, Zimbabwe, India, Malaysia, Singapore, New South Wales and New Zealand due to its vast number of possessions, Britain held the monopoly on international trade for colonial goods such as wheat, tea, tobacco, spices, sugar, textiles and slavery for many years Britains are the finest race after WW2 Great Britain loses its superiority Political system : UK The UK is a parliamentary monarchy. Monarch has been Queen Elizabeth II. since February 6, 1952. She and her close family members perform various official, ceremonial and representative functions. Although the Queen theoretically has the powers of a constitutional monarch, she no longer exercises her sovereign rights autonomously, due to centuries-old customary law, but only in accordance with the instructions of Parliament and the Government. Brexit Brexit negotiations March 29 UK triggers Article 50, starting its withdrawal from the EU © AFP 2017 June 19 Launch of EU-UK Brexit talks Dec 14-15 Interim deal on • Irish land border • UK divorce bill • Expat rights Nov 13 UK and EU agree draft withdrawal agreement Privy Council 2018 Parliament In the UK it is not the people themselves who are sovereign, but the parliament, consisting of the House of Lords and the House of Commons, together with the monarch. Since 1911, however, political power has been almost exclusively vested in the House of Commons and the Prime. The British political system is a two party system. Since the 1920s, the two dominant parties have been the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. Prime Minister House of Commons Executive Legislative 2019 Jan 15 By Mar 29 UK parliament European votes on Parliament deal votes on deal March 29 Britain leaves EU Į Cabinet Judicative decides/appoints King / Queen People May 23-26 European Parliament elections without the UK -Transition period- UK accepts free movement of people to and from EU Supreme Court • pays into EU budget • has no part in EU decision-making Life Peers Lords Temporal 2020 *Due to constitutional convention, the monarch will only act on the advice of the Prime Minister. • retains access to EU markets Lords Spiritual House of Lords 2021 Jan 1 • New EU-UK trade deal or Transition extended or UK stays in customs arrangement with EU Slave Trade Triangle Is a historical term indicating trade among three ports or regions. Triangular trade usually evolves when a region has export commodities that are not required in the region from which its major imports come. The use of African slaves was fundamental to growing colonial cash crops, which were exported to Europe. European goods, in turn, were used to purchase African slaves, who were then brought on the sea lane west from Africa to the Americas, the so-called Middle Passage. A classic example is the colonial molasses trade. Commonwealth of Nations loose connection / link of nation start: was found 11th of December 1931 53 member states main office London = Commonwealth Office member states of commonwealth meet every two years for one week (head of state) Every country has one representative for the Commonwealth of nations sovereign is Queen Elizabeth II since 1952 main goal: East the process of decolonisation problems: countries/people often pay money to organisation to the America Suga, bobce, d to Eur Textles, run and manufacbod goods to Africa