Belfast Insight Compact Guide (Insight Compact Guides)

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The British imperial vision called for control over these new countries, and the Dutch-speaking "Boers" (or "Afrikaners") fought back in the War in 1899–1902. Some people, including the UK government, call it a country; but it is not a sovereign country (and it does not have its own government or a seat at the United Nations). In 1926 the country suffered a general strike. Muslim etc.) and schools for ethnic minorities. � Today there is a great number of schools in Britain.

Pages: 128

Publisher: APA Publications Pte Ltd (September 17, 2009)

ISBN: 9812821511

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