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London Films

By: W. D. Howells

...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: LONDON FILMS Author: W. D. HOWELLS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature... ...... ... Character set encoding: ISO-Latin-1 LONDON FILMS Produced by Eric Eldred, Charles Franks and the Online Dis... ...rles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. LONDON FILMS BY W. D. HOWELLS [Illustration: HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT] ... ...erpretation of the fact would be that it is dear and sacred to the vaster British public because it is the royal _family_. A bachelor king could har... ...ndidly, so brilliantly, so lustrously handsome as three of those imperial British whose lives are safer, but whose social status is scarcely better ... ...uppressed races which, if they joined hands, could girdle the globe under British rule. Somehow they brought the sense of this home to the beholder,... ...to the veto of a mayor; but we might not have settled it so justly as the British Parliament did in concentrating the collective wisdom of a world-e... ...anifestation of the family principle which is the underlying force of the British Constitution. One heard of ladies who were stumping (or whatever i...

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List of British films

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... List of British films 1888–1919 ... ... List of British films 1888–1919 ... ... This is chronological list of films produced in the United Kingdom split by decade. There may be an overl... ...ted Kingdom split by decade. There may be an overlap, particularly between British and American films which are sometimes co-produced; the list should... ...decade. There may be an overlap, particularly between British and American films which are sometimes co-produced; the list should attempt to document ... ...es co-produced; the list should attempt to document films which are either British produced or strongly associated with British culture. Please see th... ...r strongly associated with British culture. Please see the detailed A-Z of films currently covered on WorldHeritage at Category:British films. ... ...e the detailed A-Z of films currently covered on WorldHeritage at Category:British films. Contents ... ... Internet Movie Database Britmovie british film and cinema ...

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London Films

By: W. D. Howells

...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: LONDON FILMS Author: W. D. HOWELLS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature... ...... ... #7130] [Posted: March 14, 2003] LONDON FILMS Produced by Eric Eldred, Charles Franks and the Online Dis... ...rles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. LONDON FILMS BY W. D. HOWELLS [Illustration: HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT] ... ...erpretation of the fact would be that it is dear and sacred to the vaster British public because it is the royal _family_. A bachelor king could har... ...ndidly, so brilliantly, so lustrously handsome as three of those imperial British whose lives are safer, but whose social status is scarcely better ... ...uppressed races which, if they joined hands, could girdle the globe under British rule. Somehow they brought the sense of this home to the beholder,... ...to the veto of a mayor; but we might not have settled it so justly as the British Parliament did in concentrating the collective wisdom of a world-e... ...anifestation of the family principle which is the underlying force of the British Constitution. One heard of ladies who were stumping (or whatever i...

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BFI Top 100 British films

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...In 1999 the British Film Institute surveyed 1000 people from the world of British film and television to produce the BFI 100 list of the greatest Bri... ...sh film and television to produce the BFI 100 list of the greatest British films of the 20th century. Voters were asked to choose up to 100 films that... ...century. Voters were asked to choose up to 100 films that were 'culturally British'. Some of the selected films were wholly or partly produced by non-... ...hoose up to 100 films that were 'culturally British'. Some of the selected films were wholly or partly produced by non-UK companies, or made with inpu... ...lm makers born overseas, but were regarded by voters as having significant British involvement. List breakdownThe 1960s came out as the most popular ... ...ent. List breakdownThe 1960s came out as the most popular decade, with 26 films, and 1949, 1963 and 1971 as the most popular years, with four films e... ...rliest film chosen was from 1935 (The 39 Steps), with only two other 1930s films featuring in the list. After 1935, the only years not represented are... ...ald Thomas 100 The Killing Fields 1984 Roland Joffé * Time Out 100 best British filmsFilms considered the greatest everBFI TV 100 – a list of the b... ...ish filmsFilms considered the greatest everBFI TV 100 – a list of the best British television programmesIn 2004 the BFI complied a list of the 100 big...

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Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

By: W.G. Aitchison Robertson

...A 1922 source-book for British criminal pathologists, this will be of particular interest to fans of popular police forensics television shows, films, and murder mysteries.(Summary by BellonaTimes)...

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List of British films of 1939

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...d Robert Donat, Greer Garson Drama Number 72 in the BFI Top 100 British films . Happy Event Patrick Brunner Diana Magwood, H.... ...ert Donat, Greer Garson Drama Number 72 in the BFI Top 100 British films . Happy Event Patrick Brunner Diana Magwood, H. Seaton,...

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A Treasury of War Poetry British and American Poems of the World War 1914-1917

By: George Herbert Clarke

...AN POEMS OF THE WORLD WAR, 1914-1917 Title: A TREASURY OF WAR POETRY, BRITISH AND AMERICAN POEMS OF THE WORLD WAR, 1914-1917 Author: GEORGE HERBE... ...... ... THE RIVERSIDE LITERATURE SERIES A TREASURY OF WAR POETRY BRITISH AND AMERICAN POEMS OF THE WORLD WAR 1914-1917 Edited, With I... ...BERRY: Sonnets Written in the Fall of 1914 SIR HENRY NEWBOLT: The War Films ALFRED NOYES: The Searchlights PERCY MACKAYE: Christmas: 1915... ...ol REGINALD MCINTOSH CLEVELAND: Destroyers off Jutland C. FOX SMITH: British Merchant Service XVIII. THE WOUNDED WINIFRED M. LETTS: T... ...of the assistance rendered him in his undertaking by the officials of the British Museum (Mr. F.D. Sladen, in particular); Professor W. Macneile Dix... ...ter Gazette_:--"To America." Sir Henry Newbolt:--"The Vigil"; "The War Films"; "The Toy Band," and "A Letter from the Front." Mr. Alfred Noyes... ...thirty centuries have died. _George Edward Woodberry_ THE WAR FILMS O living pictures of the dead, O songs without a sound, O fe...

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List of British films of 1938

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... Michael Redgrave, May Whitty Mystery Number 35 in the BFI Top 100 British films The Last Barricade Alex Bryce Frank Fox, Greta ... ...l Redgrave, May Whitty Mystery Number 35 in the BFI Top 100 British films The Last Barricade Alex Bryce Frank Fox, Greta Gynt R...

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A Treasury of War Poetry British and American Poems of the World War 1914-1917

By: George Herbert Clarke

...... ... THE RIVERSIDE LITERATURE SERIES A TREASURY OF WAR POETRY BRITISH AND AMERICAN POEMS OF THE WORLD WAR 1914-1917 Edited, With I... ...BERRY: Sonnets Written in the Fall of 1914 SIR HENRY NEWBOLT: The War Films ALFRED NOYES: The Searchlights PERCY MACKAYE: Christmas: 1915... ...ol REGINALD MCINTOSH CLEVELAND: Destroyers off Jutland C. FOX SMITH: British Merchant Service XVIII. THE WOUNDED WINIFRED M. LETTS: T... ...of the assistance rendered him in his undertaking by the officials of the British Museum (Mr. F.D. Sladen, in particular); Professor W. Macneile Dix... ...ter Gazette_:--"To America." Sir Henry Newbolt:--"The Vigil"; "The War Films"; "The Toy Band," and "A Letter from the Front." Mr. Alfred Noyes... ... by Thomas Hardy, from _Satires of Circumstance_. Elkin Mathews:--"The British Merchant Service" (the _Spectator_), by C. Fox Smith, from _The Na... ...thirty centuries have died. _George Edward Woodberry_ THE WAR FILMS O living pictures of the dead, O songs without a sound, O fe...

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List of British films of 1935

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...Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll Mystery Number 4 in the BFI Top 100 British films Abdul the Damned Karl Grune Fritz Kortner, Nils... ...onat, Madeleine Carroll Mystery Number 4 in the BFI Top 100 British films Abdul the Damned Karl Grune Fritz Kortner, Nils Asther ...

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Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818)

By: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

...Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is a novel written by the British author Mary Shelley. Shelley wrote the novel when she was 18 years old. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818, and this audiobook is read from that text. Shelley's name appeared on the revised ...

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Four Feathers, The

By: A. E. W. Mason

...The Four Feathers is a 1902 adventure novel by British writer A.E.W. Mason that has inspired many films of the same title. The novel tells the story of British officer, Harry Feversham, who resigns his commission in the East Surrey Regiment just prior to Sir Garnet Wolsel...

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List of British films of 1937

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...Annabella, Henry Fonda Drama First technicolour film shot in the British Isles You Live and Learn Arthur B. Woods Glenda Farrell...

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Daffodil Mystery, The

By: Edgar Wallace

...Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace (April 1, 1875–February 10, 1932) was a prolific British crime writer, journalist and playwright, who wrote 175 novels, 24 plays, and countless articles in newspapers and journals. Over 160 films have been made of his novels, more than any other author. In the 1920s, one of...

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The Mastery of the Air

By: William J. Claxton

................................................8 CHAPTER V. The Father of British Aeronauts ........................................................ .........................................................9 CHAPTER VII. Some British Inventors of Air−ships.......................................... ..................................................25 CHAPTER XVIII. A Great British Inventor of Aeroplanes ......................................... .................................................32 CHAPTER XXIII. A Famous British Inventor of Aviation Engines................................... ...................................................40 CHAPTER XXX. A Famous British Inventor ......................................................... ...into the aeroplanes. Plates were found to stand the rough usage better than films, and not for the first time in the history of mechanics the man be...

... Balloon, 4 -- Chapter III. The First Man to Ascend in a Balloon, 6 -- Chapter IV. The First Balloon Ascent in England, 8 -- Chapter V. The Father of British Aeronauts, 9 -- Chapter VI. The Parachute, 9 -- Chapter VII. Some British Inventors of Air?ships, 10 -- Chapter VIII. The First Attempts to Steer a Balloon, 13 -- Chapter IX. The Strange Career of Count Zeppelin, 14 -...

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List of British films of 1931

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The Mastery of the Air

By: William J. Claxton

...CHAPTER IV. The First Balloon Ascent in England • CHAPTER V. The Father of British Aeronauts • CHAPTER VI. The Parachute • CHAPTER VII. Some British I... ...Birds" • CHAPTER XVII. The Aeroplane and the Bird • CHAPTER XVIII. A Great British Inventor of Aeroplanes • CHAPTER XIX. The Wright Brothers and their... ...ine(Cont.) • CHAPTER XXII. The Aeroplane Engine • CHAPTER XXIII. A Famous British Inventor of Aviation Engines • CHAPTER XXIV. The Wright Biplane (Ca... ...CHAPTER XXIX. Henri Farman and the Voisin Biplane • CHAPTER XXX. A Famous British Inventor • CHAPTER XXXI. The Romance of a Cowboy Aeronaut • CHAPTER... ...nt.) • CHAPTER XXXIV. The Hydroplane and Air-boat • CHAPTER XXXV. A Famous British Inventor of the Water-plane • CHAPTER XXXVI. Sea-planes for Warfare... ...to the aeroplanes. Plates were found to stand the rough usage better than films, and not for the first time in the history of mechanics the man beat ...

...Invented the Balloon · CHAPTER III. The First Man to Ascend in a Balloon · CHAPTER IV. The First Balloon Ascent in England · CHAPTER V. The Father of British Aeronauts · CHAPTER VI. The Parachute · CHAPTER VII. Some British Inventors of Air-ships · CHAPTER VIII. The First Attempts to Steer a Balloon · CHAPTER IX. The Strange Career of Count Zeppelin · CHAPTER X. A Zeppelin...

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Manxman, The

By: Hall Caine

...Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine, CH, KBE (14 May 1853 – 31 August 1931), usually known as Hall Caine, was a British author. He is best known as a novelist and playright of the late Victorian and the Edwardian eras. In his time he was exceedingly popular and at the peak of his success and his novels outsold those of his contemporari...

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South

By: Sir Ernest Shackleton

...ole by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object ... ...innrod Expedition on which we had to turn back from our attempt to plant the British flag on the South Pole, being beaten by stress of circumstances w... ...ney so that the first crossing of the last continent should be achieved by a British Expedition. We failed in this object, but the story of our attemp... ...The struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Pol... ...r Parties. ``While the Transcontinental party is carrying out, for the British Flag, the reatest Polar journey ever attempted, the other par... ...hem to be pursued. Some of the ice was in a treacherous condition, with thin films hiding cracks and pools, and I did not wish to risk an accident. A ...

...Excerpt: After the conquest of the South Pole by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object of Antarctic journeyings the crossing of the South Polar continent from sea to sea. When I returned from the Ninnrod Expedition on which we had to turn ...

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South!

By: Sir Ernest Shackleton

... by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object o... ...od' Expedition on which we had to turn back from our attempt to plant the British flag on the South Pole, being beaten by stress of circumstances wi... ...so that the first crossing of the last continent should be achieved by a British Expedition. We failed in this object, but the story of our attem... ...struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Pola... ...er Parties. "While the Trans-continental party is carrying out, for the British Flag, the greatest Polar journey ever attempted, the other parties... ...o be pursued. Some of the ice was in a treacherous condition, with thin films hiding cracks and pools, and I did not wish to risk an accident. A...

...After the conquest of the South Pole by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object of Antarctic journeying?the crossing of the South Polar continent from sea to sea. When I returned from the ?Nimrod? Expedition on which we had to turn ...

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British Transport Films

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...Category for films made by British Transport Films. Pages in category "British Transport... ...Category for films made by British Transport Films. Pages in category "British Transport Films" The foll... ... B Blue Pullman (film) British Transport Films E Eliza... ...B Blue Pullman (film) British Transport Films E Elizabethan Express ... ... Categories British documentary films Sponsored films ... ... Categories British documentary films Sponsored films Documenta... ...ms Sponsored films Documentary films about rail transport British Transport Commissi... ... Documentary films about rail transport British Transport Commission Transport in the United ... ...films Category for films made by British Transport Films. Pages in category "British Transport...

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Definitions

By: Henry Seidel Canby

...RE THANKS TO THE ARTISTS TO-DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH TIME'S MIRROR THE FAMILY MAGAZINE III. THE NEW GENERATION TH... ...pular story almost simultaneously, and see it, just a little later on the films. Millions, also, of the class which never used to read at all are ac... ...teresting to run off, in the midst of a 1922 performance, some of the war films that stirred audiences of 1918. It will be interesting to reread som... ... or the idea of an ignoramus. "Anglo-Saxon domination," even in an anti-British meeting, cannot and does not mean English domination; it can mean ... ... though they could not foresee the unfortunate Irish situation in which a British government seemed determined to make itself as un-English as possi... ...ntial. If the "Jungle Books" teach anything it is the moral ideals of the British Empire. But our nature romancers--a fairer term than "fakers," sin... ...ir boosting lasts. TO-DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH [Footnote: This lecture was, in fact, delivered in the summer ...

... POPULARITY II. ON THE AMERICAN TRADITION THE AMERICAN TRADITION BACK TO NATURE THANKS TO THE ARTISTS TO-DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH TIME'S MIRROR THE FAMILY MAGAZINE III. THE NEW GENERATION THE YOUNG ROMANTICS PURITANS ALL THE OLDER GENERATION A LITERATURE OF PROTEST BARBARIANS A LA MODE...

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British Lion Films

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...Opening logo, 1971 British Lion Films is a film production and distribution company active und... ...Opening logo, 1971 British Lion Films is a film production and distribution company active under several fo... ...ibution company active under several forms since 1919. Originally known as British Lion Film Corporation Ltd, it went into receivership of 1 June 1954... ...f 1 June 1954.[1] From 29 January 1955[2] to 1976 the company was known as British Lion Films Ltd, and was a pure distribution company with a filmogra... ....[1] From 29 January 1955[2] to 1976 the company was known as British Lion Films Ltd, and was a pure distribution company with a filmography of 232 fi... .... As a production company they are still active and have produced over 170 films.[3] British Lion was founded in November 1927 by ... ... are still active and have produced over 170 films.[3] British Lion was founded in November 1927 by Sam .W. Smith (brother of Herb... ...rbert Smith). By the end of World War II, the company had released over 55 films, including In Which We Serve, for which writer/producer Noël Coward r... ...der Korda. Korda's company London Films bought the controlling interest in British Lion in 1946 and then acquired Shepperton Studios, basing its produ...

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South

By: Sir Ernest Shackleton

... by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object ... ...rod Expedition on which we had to turn back from our attempt to plant the British flag on the South Pole, being beaten by stress of circumstances wi... ...-so that the first crossing of the last continent should be achieved by a British Expedition. We failed in this object, but the story of our attem... ...struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Pola... ...rties. "While the Transcontinental party is carrying out, for the British Flag, the reatest Polar journey ever attempted, the other parti... ...to be pursued. Some of the ice was in a treacherous condition, with thin films hiding cracks and pools, and I did not wish to risk an accident. ...

...Preface: After the conquest of the South Pole by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object of Antarctic journeying?the crossing of the South Polar continent from sea to sea....

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Winchester Films

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...ment Market to raise the capital needed to build an effective portfolio of films and TV programmes. In the late 1990s and the early part of the 21st C... ...mmes. In the late 1990s and the early part of the 21st Century, Winchester Films acquired produced many British films and acquired distribution rights... ...he early part of the 21st Century, Winchester Films acquired produced many British films and acquired distribution rights to films from other countrie... ...s acquired produced many British films and acquired distribution rights to films from other countries. It also expanding into the US, setting up an of... ...order to make connections with the Hollywood crowd. This led to Winchester Films being granted distribution rights to Heartbreakers (the UK's largest ... ...er by ContentFilms Inc and the name was officially changed from Winchester Films to ContentFilm. ContentFilm is no longer listed on the AIM market in ...

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South

By: Sir Ernest Shackleton

... by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object ... ...rod Expedition on which we had to turn back from our attempt to plant the British flag on the South Pole, being beaten by stress of circumstances wi... ...-so that the first crossing of the last continent should be achieved by a British Expedition. We failed in this object, but the story of our attem... ...struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Pola... ...rties. "While the Transcontinental party is carrying out, for the British Flag, the greatest Polar journey ever attempted, the other part... ...to be pursued. Some of the ice was in a treacherous condition, with thin films hiding cracks and pools, and I did not wish to risk an accident. ...

...Preface: After the conquest of the South Pole by Amundsen, who, by a narrow margin of days only, was in advance of the British Expedition under Scott, there remained but one great main object of Antarctic journeying?the crossing of the South Polar continent from sea to sea....

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Capitol Films

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...Subsidiaries ThinkFilm Capitol Films was a British film production and distributio... ... ThinkFilm Capitol Films was a British film production and distribution company, f... ...t the hub of his Pegasus Studios. In early 2010, David Bergstein's appointment as director for the British company was terminated and the company was ... ... take over and liquidate five companies formerly controlled by David Bergstein, among them Capitol Films.[5] Capitol Films was inv... ...m Capitol Films.[5] Capitol Films was involved in the production of some fifty films, among them A Good Man in Africa, Death and t... ... References ^ Companies in the UK: Capitol Films Limied Retrieved 2012-02-16 ... ...e UK: Capitol Films Limied Retrieved 2012-02-16 ^ LinkedIn: Capitol Films Retrieved 2012-02-16 ...

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Pakistan, A Country Study

By: Louis R. Mortimer

.........................................................................31 THE BRITISH RAJ ............................................................... ... CIVILIZATIONS • ISLAM IN INDIA • THE MUGHAL PERIOD • COMPANY RULE • THE BRITISH RAJ • The Forward Policy • The Seeds of Muslim Nationalism • B... ...ast great Mughal ruler. 1707−1858 Lesser emperors; decline of Mughal Empire. BRITISH PERIOD 1757 Battle of Plassey and British victory over Mughal for... ...ish victory over Mughal forces in Bengal; conventional date for beginning of British rule in India. 1799−1839 Sikh kingdom established in Punjab under... ...gdom established in Punjab under Maharaja Ranjit Singh. 1830s Institution of British education and other reform measures. 1838−42 First Anglo−Afghan W... ...'s material culture in the 1990s: videocassette recorders (for playing Hindi films), locally manufactured Japanese Suzuki cars, and Kalashnikov rifles... ...dcast media. Women's subservience is consistently shown on television and in films. And, although popular television dramas raise controversial issues... ...inst women. The Pakistan Women Lawyers' Association has released a series of films educating women about their legal rights; the Business and Professi...

...oduction, 15 -- Chapter 1 Historical Setting, 24 -- EARLY CIVILIZATIONS, 25 -- ISLAM IN INDIA, 28 -- THE MUGHAL PERIOD, 28 -- COMPANY RULE, 31 -- THE BRITISH RAJ, 32 -- The Forward Policy, 33 -- The Seeds of Muslim Nationalism, 34 -- Beginnings of Self?Government, 36 -- The Two Nations Theory, 38 -- Toward Partition, 39 -- INDEPENDENT PAKISTAN, 41 -- Constitutional Beginni...

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Opiate Films

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...Opiate Films (or 'Opiate of the People Films') was created in 2000 in reaction to the British film industry's outp... ...s (or 'Opiate of the People Films') was created in 2000 in reaction to the British film industry's output of very little other than period and gangste... ...itish film industry's output of very little other than period and gangster films. Running as more of a collective of filmmakers, r... ...raise the capital to buy its own equipment, members are now free to create films, music promos and TV shows of their own devising, whether live-action... ...r live-action, animated, CGI-heavy or musical. With 15 members who work on films regularly, and around 25 members who pitch in occasionally, it is one... ...ed down if they are willing to pitch in, whether helping on other people's films, or providing their own ideas. The first film to ...

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Fighting in Flanders

By: E. Alexander Powell

..................................................33 VII. The Coming Of The British .................................................................... ...e Spiked Helmets • VI. On The Belgian Battle−Line • VII. The Coming Of The British • VIII. The Fall Of Antwerp • E−text prepared by A. Langley Fig... ... about it. The moment that the war broke out, therefore, a veritable army of British and American correspondents descended upon the Continent. Some of... ... various armies handled the war correspondent problem in different ways. The British War Office at first announced that under no considerations would ... ...r no considerations would any correspondents be permitted in the areas where British troops were operating, but such a howl went up from Press and pub... ...pson recounted his adventures at Mons and asked her if she would smuggle his films into England concealed on her person, as he knew from previous expe... ...detectives when the train reached Boulogne and that, in all probability, the films would be confiscated or else held up so long that they would be val... ...o continue to London, where he went to the countess's hotel and received his films—and, I might add, his money and cigar coupons. Two hours later, hav... ...I might add, his money and cigar coupons. Two hours later, having posted his films Fighting in Flanders I. The War Correspondents 6 to America, he wa...

...th In The Air, 14 -- IV. Under The German Eagle, 20 -- V. With The Spiked Helmets, 26 -- VI. On The Belgian Battle?Line, 33 -- VII. The Coming Of The British, 41 -- VIII. The Fall Of Antwerp, 48...

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Hartswood Films

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... See also Television series by Hartswood Films References ^ ... ... Official website Hartswood Films at the Internet Movie Database Catego...

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Here, There and Everywhere

By: Lord Frederic Hamilton

... a Himalayan sunrise--The last Indian telegraph office--The irrepressible British Tommy--An improvised garden--An improvised Durbar hall--A splendid... ...Indies--"Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die"--Training-school for British Navy--A fruitless voyage--Quarantine--Distant view of Barbados--Fa... ...little Nugents were gorged--Haiti--Attempts of General Le Clerc to secure British intervention in Haiti--Presents to Lady Nugent--Her Paris dresses ... ...rdsman--Little trace of Spain left in Jamaica--The Spaniards as builders--British and Spanish Colonial methods contrasted CHAPTER V An electio... ...l-cultivated, and so efficiently was the little State administered by the British Resident that the Maharajah found himself at his majority the fort... ...he also took with him his Kodak, into which he had inserted a new roll of films. They arrived at a poor house in the native quarter, where they were...

... Cooch Behar CHAPTER II Mighty Kinchinjanga--The inconceivable splendours of a Himalayan sunrise--The last Indian telegraph office--The irrepressible British Tommy--An improvised garden--An improvised Durbar hall--A splendid ceremony--A native dinner--The disguised Europeans--Our shocking 3 table-manners--Incidents--Two impersonations; one successful, the other the reverse...

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Vertigo Films

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... Products Vertigo Films Vertigo Distribution Vertigo TV ... ... vertigofilms.com Vertigo Films is a British film production and film distribution company based in L... ... vertigofilms.com Vertigo Films is a British film production and film distribution company based in London, Engl... ...production and film distribution company based in London, England. Vertigo Films has been responsible for the production and distribution of Bronson, ... ... 3 Filmography 3.1 Released films 4 Awards ... ...udience Award — Gen Art Film Festival — 2005 Best British Columbian Film — Vancouver Film Critics Circle — 2005 ... ...o Brighton: Best Achievement in Production — British Independent Film Awards — 2006 Golden Hitc... ... Golden Hitchcock (Paul Andrew Williams) — Dinard Festival of British Cinema — 2006 New Director's Award (Paul A... ... Most Promising Newcomer (Paul Andrew Williams) — Evening Standard British Film Awards — 2007 Best Feature Film — Foy...

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Definitions

By: Henry Seidel Canby

.......................36 TO−DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH .................................37 TIME'S MIRROR .................. ... • THANKS TO THE ARTISTS • TO−DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH • TIME'S MIRROR • THE FAMILY MAGAZINE • III. THE NEW GENERATIO... ... popular story almost simultaneously, and see it, just a little later on the films. Millions, also, of the class which never used to read at all are a... ... interesting to run off, in the midst of a 1922 performance, some of the war films that stirred audiences of 1918. It will be interesting to reread so... ...oiac, or the idea of an ignoramus. "Anglo−Saxon domination," even in an anti−British meeting, cannot and does not mean English domination; it can mean... ...ven though they could not foresee the unfortunate Irish situation in which a British government seemed determined to make itself as un−English as poss... ...ssential. If the "Jungle Books" teach anything it is the moral ideals of the British Empire. But our nature romancers a fairer term than "fakers," sin...

...CAN TRADITION, 25 -- THE AMERICAN TRADITION, 25 -- BACK TO NATURE, 30 -- THANKS TO THE ARTISTS, 36 -- TO?DAY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: ADDRESSED TO THE BRITISH, 37 -- TIME'S MIRROR, 42 -- THE FAMILY MAGAZINE, 43 -- III. THE NEW GENERATION, 48 -- THE YOUNG ROMANTICS, 48 -- PURITANS ALL, 52 -- THE OLDER GENERATION, 54 -- A LITERATURE OF PROTEST, 55 -- BARBARIANS A LA MODE, 56 ...

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