Great Britain Essay Topics

Great Britain Influence on Bahamas

Culture is the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group. Culture is the vision of life acquired through the transmission of values from the past. When we talk of a cultured person therefore, we are referring to the process of change that has taken place in him. In other words,… View Article

Patriots resist British laws and policies

After the Seven Years War, Britain’s hold on the colonies was established. The Crown then began to impose laws on the colonies to offset the losses it incurred in securing Britain’s hold. Among these laws were the Sugar Act, which hiked the non-British goods import duties, and the Currency Act, which prohibited printing of currency,… View Article

To What Extent Did City Life Improve in Victorian Britain

In Victorian Britain life was busy and overcrowded because of the industrial revolution. During this time people who live in villages moved to cities and coal was found in Wales. The coal that was found led to new factories and more jobs. Life in a industrial city included transport so people could get around and… View Article

Was Britain a Better Place by 1900

This essay covers the years 1750 to 1900. During this period, lasting and sustainable changes took place. It was a period in British history when great industrial towns and cities appeared, vaccinations meant life expectancy was risen and people where linked by roads, canals and trains, that not only went through the cities, but the… View Article

Jimmy Sevile: Icon in Life, Sexual Predator in Death

Child abuse and pedophilia is absolutely rife, not just in Britain but all over the world and most people have no idea the kind of scale we are looking at. Perhaps equally as shocking, the people being exposed as ring-leaders in the abuse cases are often high profile celebrities and well known public figures. The… View Article

Britain Between the Wars

The armistice came into effect at 11.00am on 11th November 1918 and effectively brought the fighting on the Western Front to a close. In more than four years of war Britain and the Empire had lost more than 750,000 dead in France and Flanders, with many times that wounded and sick. The political and social… View Article