Spelling lists for grades 6-12 A chronological list of Australian &British Prime Ministers A chronological list of American Presidents
For many years the trend of ex-servicemen and other uniformed professionals - mostly senior officers - have transited to lead their people in traditional roles. This has given the institution a unique character. They are worlds apart. One is regimented taking orders and less diplomatic the other is of persuasion compassion and benevolence. The military and traditional institutions operate at variance yet there are many crossovers to the service of the community by servicemen. Many uniformed…
Oxford, EnglandConsidering the school’s long list of world-changing alumni—including 26 British prime ministers, 50 Nobel Prize winners, and such creative minds as Oscar Wilde and William Morris—it would be difficult not to feel inspired studying in these halls. Meticulously paneled rooms add to the weighty sense of history while offering a sense of envelopment that counters outside distractions.
In 1889, British prime minister William Gladstone decided to make his 32,000-book library available to the public. Further, he envisioned the space (located in Wales) as a sort of scholarly hotel, at which visitors might spend the night and enjoy meals. And you still can! For a very reasonable $75 per night (dinner and breakfast included), you can stay in a lovely room, have access to the entire library, and roam the gorgeous grounds. Just my cup of tea!
In Death, as in Life, Truth About Mandela Overlooked: "By contrast, even in the late 1980’s, shortly before the Apartheid regime surrendered to overwhelming global pressure to hand over power, Western leaders saw Mandela and his “African National Congress” in a very different light. “The ANC is a typical terrorist organization,” explained former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. U.S. President Ronald Reagan put Mandela and the ANC on the American terrorist list in the 1980s."