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'Britannia’s Embrace: Modern Humanitarianism and the Imperial Origins of Refugee Relief' https://t.co/hll8JwNDFI https://t.co/1kBTwcAGnb
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New reviews: C19 refugees, Elizabeth I, Kissinger and the Ottoman Empire https://t.co/tZ1ZloviLP
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#OTD 29 June, 1767, Townshend Revenue Act passed, imposing duty on tea in the colonies. Lord North thereafter seen as worst PM in history.
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A highly successful but short-lived experiment in British/European integration: https://t.co/sCOmkTRdb9

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