The colonisation of colonised lands is a ‘global game changer’

A new book by the historian and former diplomat James Woodcock shows how the colonization of colonial lands in the 19th and 20th centuries has created a “global game-changer” that will affect the way countries approach their history.The author, a leading international academic, argues that the “colonisation of colonial estates” is a “powerful, globalised narrative” […]


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The Colony Chronicles: The Definitive Collection of the Colonial Era: A Modern Classic

“The Colonial Era,” as the genre is sometimes called, was a period of colonization from the 1500s through the 1860s.It saw the emergence of a global empire and the creation of what is now known as the United States.Here’s a look at some of the key moments in the history of America.[Photos: Colonial Era] [MORE: […]


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Le colonialisation des francophones du Québec

A francophone resident of Quebec has accused his province of “colonialising” his home country.The francophone man, who asked to be identified by his surname Le, said in an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC)In an interview on CBC Radio’s Quebec City morning show on Sunday, the Quebec-born, French-speaking Le said he believes he has […]


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The Colonial Country Club of Colonial New Zealand: the most interesting thing about it

A new documentary has found that New Zealand’s colonial country club is home to some of the most unusual colonial life stories in the world.The film, called Colonial Country, tells the stories of more than 100 people from across the country who have survived and thrived after leaving the colonies.The project, which is being produced […]


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When will you see this: the first of the “lost” colonies

The first colonies of the United States were established on May 1, 1776.But the American government kept the colony’s name for some time before finally acknowledging it as a nation.That didn’t mean the American colonies weren’t at risk.They were a place of constant conflict, and many of the founding fathers had long wanted the country […]


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The Colonial Pizza That Made Colonialism, The Colonial Park That Made it All

Colonial Pizza – one of the oldest, most iconic and most celebrated American-style pizzas, and one of America’s earliest and most recognizable symbols of the United States – was born on July 17, 1782.It was named after the French colonial governor of Virginia, General John Adams.The first Colonial-style pizza was baked by John W. Allen, […]


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British ships sail to Australia to ‘recover’ colonial waters

British naval vessels are sailing to Australia in the first large-scale overseas visit in decades to recover lost colonies and to recover “the cultural heritage of our country,” a British Ministry of Defense official said.The HMS Beagle and HMS St. Mary will spend the next three days at sea, with a total of more than […]


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