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Uncrowned King"s treachery against British seamen
J. Havelock Wilson
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One step away from the crown through several generations, they also exercised enormous influence in matters of military and economic affairs. They also have a dark history about them, as author Derek Wilson acknowledges in the subtitle to this text: 'The Uncrowned Kings of England: The Black History of the Dudleys and the Tudor Throne'/5(5).
Uncrowned king definition: a man or woman of high status among a certain group | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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Uncrowned King is the story of Queen Victorias husband who was king in all but name. Out of necessity it is almost a dual biography with the focus on Albert. Uncrowned Kings treachery against British seamen book follows his life from his youth in Coburg to the courtship with Victoria and through his years in England/5.
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The author takes a revisionist approach, flying against traditional accounts of the Dudley family. Sir Robert Dudley is most famous for being the consort in all but name to Queen Elizabeth I. His family history, long entwined with the rise and fall of the Tudor dynasty, makes dark and fascinating reading/5.
In the political ferment of 16th-century England, one family above all others was at the troubled center of court and council. Throughout the Tudor Age the Dudley family was never far from controversy.
They were universally condemned as scheming, ruthless, overly ambitious charmers, with three family members even executed for treason. Yet at the opposite extreme of the /5(3). Wilson's campaign against the "black history" of the subtitle focuses on three generations of Dudleys, who had the misfortune to have much of their history written by their political op.
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The term of enlistment is too long, the pay is too small, and. This book will be enjoyed by readers with an interest in both sociological history and maritime studies, and could act as a maritime researcher's template for how to present a well-reasoned study of the social history of English seamen at any period.
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Winning the Battle of the Atlantic was critical to Britain’s survival in the Second World War. The British Merchant Navy suffered enormous losses of both ships and men, particularly in the early years of the war. Sailing through U-boat wolf-packs across the Atlantic, or on the perilous routes to Malta and Murmansk, took a special kind of courage.
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Alsop, John Appleby, Geoffrey Hudson, David Loades, Vincent Patarino, Ann Stirland. But they did not get real equality of treatment.
At the end of British seamen were awarded a further increase in pay. The Chinese were not offered any increase. It was not until that the Chinese were to obtain any further increase - £ (£p) per month. Even then their pay remained below that of British seamen doing the same work.
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There can be no disputing the fact that, hour for hour, British seamen are paid very much less than those of, say, the Swedish or Norwegian lines, not to mention the American lines.
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