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Through Foreign Eyes and Through History's Eyes

By Remy Benoit

From Agence France-Presse and Common Dreams Britons Tire of Cruel, Vulgar US: Poll.

Perhpas this calls for A Walk Down History Lane to put things in perspective.

From The Modern History Source Book of Fordham UniversityImperialism.

From Victoria Station Queen Victoria (1819-1901).

The Sun Never Sets on the British Empire.

From History Matters “The White Man’s Burden”: Kipling’s Hymn to U.S. Imperialism.

From Flags of the World Indochina.

From Wikipedia Philippe Leclerc de Hautecloque.

From Wikipedia German Colonial Empire.

From About Lebensraum.

From Small Planet Communications US Age of Imperialism.

From Answers Treaty of Versailles.

The President's News Conference of April 7, 1954 Domino Theory Principle, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1954.

History of the Muslims Empires of Islam.

From Internet Medieval Sourcebook The Crusades.

From Eyewitness to History Lawrtence of Arabia.

We really need to study history. Perhaps then we could bring more to tables to talk with each other. I truly believe that our ambassadors, to foreign countries should know the language, history, customs, culture of the countries they represent us to. When I wanted to teach history, I had to pass exams to prove I knew it. Why not test ambassadors, etc. for their competency in cultural affairs?

This book will help you understand why people in different countries think differently. Clotaire Rapaille The Culture Code : An Ingenious Way to Understand Why People Around the World Live and Buy as They Do.


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