Besides, this idea of Jonah's weathering the Cape of Good Hope at so early a day would wrest the honor of the discovery of that great headland from Bartholomew Diaz, its reputed discoverer, and so make modern history
In that Brazilian business two of the most famous men of modern history
acted flat against their characters.
What fact more conspicuous in modern history
than the creation of the gentleman?
de P-- -'s death was no longer an actuality, but the enterprising correspondent was proud of having ferreted out some unofficial information about that fact of modern history
Transnational France: The Modern History
of a Universal Nation
Prof Chinn's involvement with the university dates back to October 1990, when he was first appointed to the roles of junior lecturer in Modern History
and community historian in the Department of Modern History
They are fighting the most dangerous terrorist band our modern history
The books' topics include the Iraqi invasion, Kuwait's maps, poetry, literature, ancient and modern history
and Kuwait's international relations.
A study published in the summer found European dictators and the Tudors are still among the most popular topics for sixthformers, as schools continue to favour modern history
over the medieval and early modern periods.
The seminar aims at reviewing the old and modern history
of Muscat, its historic roots and the development it witnessed till the Modern Renaissance time.
Routledge studies in the modern history
of Asia; v.
9 ( ANI ): The biggest single turning point in modern history
was the dropping of the first atom bomb on Japan at the end of the Second World War, a new research has found.