Asked in Canada Provinces and Territories
Canada Provinces and Territories
Which provinces or area of Canada remained largely French under British control?
Asked in History
Which part of European remained largely agricultural and little industriralized?
Asked in Inventions
What part of Europe remained largely agricultural and little industrialized?
Asked in History of Russia
What conflict brought a change of government to Russia?
Asked in George Washington, French and Indian War
The British victory in the French and Indian War was due largely to?
Asked in Singapore
Why did the British want to control Singapore to make a new port?
Asked in World War 1
Why might countries such as the netherlandsbelgiumand Switzerland have remained neutral as the two alliances formed?
Asked in Politics and Government
Which of the following are largely independent of presidential control?
How did the French and Indian War impact the American view of the British?
Which British colonies were largely self-governing?
Asked in US Constitution
In many states the state treasurer is largely independent of executive control because he or she is?
What is nova scotia's largest maritime provinces?
Nova Scotia is a maritime province, It is part of Canada and is neighbors to both Prince Edward Island the smallest in both landmass and population in Canadian provinces. It is also neighbors with New Brunswick which is the largest of the three Maitime provinces in land mass and second to Nova Scotia in population. Nova Scotia is the middle of the pack in land mass and the largest in population largely due to the Maritime provinces largest city of Halifax.
Asked in United Kingdom
When was the UK created?
England slowly took dominion over Wales over the 12th and 13th centuries, and formally annexed her in 1535. Following many wars where Scotland fought for her independence, England and Scotland were united on a reasonably equitable basis in 1707. These countries form Great Britain. Ireland was conquered and subjugated by the British over a prolonged period, and formally became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in an act of union in 1801. Following acts of home rule and uprisings against British rule, Ireland declared independence in 1919, and this was finally recognised in 1922. The largely protestant north of Ireland ('Ulster') remained under British control, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and has remained so until this day.
Asked in Archaeology
How do you know what the Aryans were like if they left almost no archaeological record?
Asked in US Civil War
Who had the loyalty of the border states in the civil war?
In theory, the North. And Lincoln's success in keeping these states from voting Confederate was a tribute to his keen political skill. But the Border states remained divided throughout the war, Missouri in particular being largely beyond Lincoln's control, with many guerrilla operations, with savage suppressions and reprisals.