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Burghley

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William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley. 1520--98, English statesman: chief adviser to Elizabeth I; secretary of state (1558--72) and Lord High Treasurer (1572--98)
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Burleigh leaves us in no doubt that although the Allies did some terrible things - the firebombing of Dresden and other cities; the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - there was considerable debate beforehand.
"In 2011, users will continue to see new features added to the existing apps, and access will expand to other devices, including an optimized app for iPad," according to Burleigh.
Marjorie Burleigh, winner of the University Art Group prize, top; and, below, the exhibition in the VGM
Burleigh established his goal as writing "a coherent history of modern Europe primarily organised (sic) around issues of mind and spirit." (p.
What was new was Burleigh's understanding of the religious nature of fascism in general and National Socialism in particular.
Also inherent in author Anne Husted Burleigh's study are a close analysis of Adams' political and philosophical beliefs, and the value his teachings have for today's modern society.
Sacred Causes: The Clash of Religion and Politics from the Great War to the War on Terror, Michael Burleigh, HarperCollins, 2007, 557 pp., $27.95
He is survived by his wife, Selma "Debbie" Fouracre of Alpharetta, Ga.; daughter and son-in-law, Denise and Roger Burleigh of Massachusetts; father, Simeon Fouracre of Massachusetts; sisters, Patricia Serafin of California, Linda Fouracre of Connecticut; brothers, Robert, David, John, and Donald Fouracre, all of Massachusetts; and grandson, Samuel Burleigh.
Journalist Burleigh tells the story of Napoleon's Egyptian expedition through the eyes of its scientists and engineers.