Memoir on the English aggression

August 2017
Memoir on the English Aggression;8/1/2017, p1
Primary Source Document
Presents a memoir written in October, 1750, warning of England's invasion of Florida and Louisiana. England's designs to control the wealth of Europe; Response of France and Spain to England's plans.


Related Articles

  • Role of the Indians in the rivalry of France, Spain and England. Glen, Governor // Role of the Indians in the Rivalry of France, Spain & England;8/1/2017, p1 

    Presents an account from 1761 regarding the role of the Indians in the rivalry among France, Spain and England. Account of Indian nations inhabiting the area between Virginia and the Mississippi river basin; Advantage of continued trade with the Indians.

  • BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY AND THE WAR OF THE AUSTRIAN SUCCESSION, 1740-48: A RESEARCH PRIORITY. Black, Jeremy // Canadian Journal of History;Dec86, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p313 

    Focuses on the foreign policy of Great Britain as perceived by its statesmen during the period of the war of the Austrian Succession in 1740-1748. Influence of domestic pressures, parliamentary and mercantile and public opinion on foreign policy; Impact of the collapse of Austria and the...

  • Shorter notices. Black, Jeremy // English Historical Review;Apr95, Vol. 110 Issue 436, p491 

    Reviews the book `Frederick the Great, William Pitt, and Lord Bute. The Anglo-Prussian Alliance, 1756-1763,' by Karl W. Schweizer.

  • From uncertainty to opposition: French Catholic liberals and imperial expansion, 1880-1885. Perkins, Alfred // Catholic Historical Review;Apr1996, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p204 

    Examines Catholic Church members' responses to French expansion into Tunisia, Egypt, Madagascar and Annam in the 1880s. Characteristics of the so-called opportunists; Power of the Catholic liberals; Indications of the emergence of anti-imperialist views among Catholics.

  • The United States, Algeria, and the fall of the Fourth French Republic. Wall, Irwin M. // Diplomatic History;Fall94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p489 

    Analyzes the United States' foreign policy towards Algeria in relation to American-French relations in 1958. United States' reaction towards the fall of the Fourth French Republic and the rise of Charles de Gaulle; Internal conflict in Algeria with the involvement of the Algerian National...

  • `How they advertised France': The French propaganda campaign in the United States during the .... Keylor, William R. // Diplomatic History;Summer93, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p351 

    Addresses the French counterpart to American propaganda effort by focusing on the abortive campaign to mobilize American public opinion on behalf of France's foreign policy objectives after World War II. Origins, evolution and outcome of France's project of public persuasion in the United...

  • `The nation in arms': Germany and France, 1789-1939. Bartov, Omer // History Today;Sep94, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p27 

    Looks at how the people's armies of the French Revolution and developments thereafter affected citizens and soldiers in France and Germany from 1789 to 1939. History of Franco-German relations; Compulsory conscription based on the so-called `canton system.'

  • A cross-channel history. Monroe, Jonathan // New Statesman;07/10/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4393, p30 

    Focuses on the historical nature of relations between England and France, with reference to millennialism. How these two nations would became linked by love and war; Battles which took place between these two nations; How their differences were resolved.

  • France's reaction to the invasion of Poland.  // France's Reaction to the Invasion of Poland;8/1/2017, p1 

    Presents the text of documents relevant to the reactions of France to the German invasion of Poland in 1939. Address by Edouard Daldier, Premier; Telephone conversation between the French and German ambassadors; Other statements.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics