THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND

  • AD 1

    410 Before Christ

    410 Before Christ
    In this era the invaders: Saxons, Jutes and Angles come to England.
    An empire ends and another begins
  • AD 1

    55. BC. JULIOS CAESAR

    55. BC. JULIOS CAESAR
    Two invasions have failed led by Julios Caesar
  • Period: AD 1 to 43

    PRINCIPLES OF ENGLAND

    Legion romans and Saxons, Angles and Jutes. Englan had conquested by Claudius Emperor
  • 43

    43 D.C. CLAUDIUS EMPEROR

    43 D.C. CLAUDIUS EMPEROR
    Claudius emperor has a conquest successful and they romans build about 10.000 miles road in during 400 years
  • Period: Jan 1, 1066 to

    KINGS OF ENGLAND

  • Dec 25, 1066

    1066 - 1087 D.C. WILLIAN THE CONQUEROR

    1066 - 1087 D.C. WILLIAN THE CONQUEROR
    Normans conquered the coasts of England and William conquests and builds various castles
  • Jun 15, 1215

    1215 KING JOHN AND THE MAGNA CARTA

    1215 KING JOHN AND THE  MAGNA CARTA
    King John is forced by his nobles to sign the Magna Carta
  • Dec 1, 1348

    1348-1350 D.C. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE

    1348-1350 D.C. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE
    The "Black Death" entered England in 1384 through this port.
    It killed 30-50% of the country's total population
  • Apr 21, 1509

    KING HENRY VIII 1509-1547

    KING HENRY VIII 1509-1547
    Henry VIII was King of England from 21 Aprin 1509 until his death. He was the first English King of Ireland. He was a brutal king
  • TEXTILE INVENTION 1733 BY JAMES KAY

    TEXTILE INVENTION 1733 BY JAMES KAY
    In 1733, James Kay, a clockmaker, invented a simple weaving machine called the flying shuttle. He built it, supposedly, with nothing more than a pocketknife as his tool. The flying shuttle improved on the old hand loom.
    http://www.scabal.com/mailings/200411_con_2.htm
  • Period: to

    INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION OF ENGLAND 1733 - 1820

  • KING GEORGE III 1738-1820

    KING GEORGE III 1738-1820
    England’s longest-ruling monarch before Queen Victoria, King George III (1738-1820) ascended the British throne in 1760. During his 59-year reign, he pushed through a British victory in the Seven Years’ War, led England’s successful resistance to Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, and presided over the loss of the American Revolution. After suffering intermittent bouts of acute mental illness, he spent his last decade in a fog of insanity and blindness.
  • IRON INDUSTRY 1767-1825

    IRON INDUSTRY 1767-1825
    British iron production in 1700 was 12,000 metric tonnes a year.
    Britain became renowned for railway iron and after the initial high demand in Britain dropped the country exported iron for railway construction abroad.
    http://europeanhistory.about.com/od/industryandagriculture/fl/Iron-in-the-Industrial-Revolution.htm
  • BRITISH ENLIGHTENMENT 18TH CENTURY

    BRITISH ENLIGHTENMENT 18TH CENTURY
    Some aspect of this era:
    * Religious Toleration
    * Freedom of speech
    * The Glorious Revolution
    * Economic Freedom
    * Individual Progress
    * Separation of Church of State
    * Scientific Revolution
  • RAILROADS 1801

    RAILROADS 1801
    The first full-scale steam-powered locomotive took its maiden voyage down the main street of Camborne, England on Christmas Eve in 1801. The Cornish “puffer” drove like a car without rails and was the brainchild of Richard Trevithick.
  • STEAM ENGINE 1736-1819 BY JAMES WATT

    STEAM ENGINE 1736-1819 BY JAMES WATT
    The defining invention of the Industrial Revolution was most definitely the steam engine.
    http://slideplayer.com/slide/6280745/
  • CAPITALISM: THE FREE MARKET 1820-1921

    CAPITALISM: THE FREE MARKET 1820-1921
    During the Industrial Revolution, capitalism transitioned from a feudal and agricultural system of production to one dominated by machines and equipment. The Industrial Revolution saw the sudden, sharp rise of the manufacturing, industrial and production sectors of the economy, which facilitated a rise in economic revenue.
    https://www.reference.com/history/did-capitalism-change-during-industrial-revolution-892f569becdef345
  • THE FACTORY 1765-1820

    THE FACTORY 1765-1820
    New machines began to be invented from 1765 onwards that could spin many threads at once. These inventions were the Spinning Jenny (1765) by James Hargreaves, Richard Arkwright’s water frame (1769) and of course Samuel Crompton’s spinning mule (1779). This level of machinery couldn’t be powered from the home as they used large water wheels.
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    MODERN POLITICS 'S ENGLAND

  • Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill; Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, 1874 - Londres, 1965

    Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill; Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, 1874 - Londres, 1965
    British politician especially remembered for his term as prime minister (1940-1945) during the Second World War, with its motto "blood, sweat and tears", managed to raise the morale of the troops and the civilian population and support the nation to allied victory.
  • WORLD WAR II IN ENGLAND 1940-1941

    WORLD WAR II IN ENGLAND 1940-1941
    Hitler can not be able of take england he bombarded but he couldn't take it, because Churchill and the other governments do not allowed it.
  • WELFARE STATE AND WORLD WAR II 1931-1945

    WELFARE STATE AND WORLD WAR II 1931-1945
    In te UK go of Liberal State to Welfare State was in the early 20th Century with the development of Labour Party (Navarro 202:7). in 1908 is creado a system of pensions for poor elderly followed by health insurance, after World War II it is modernized.
    http://www.sye.uchile.cl/index.php/RSE/article/view/10599/10805
  • ELIZABETH QUEEN 1953 - CURRENTLY

    ELIZABETH QUEEN 1953 - CURRENTLY
    She is also Queen of 12 countries that have become independent since her accession: Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • MARGARET THATCHER 1975-1979

    MARGARET THATCHER 1975-1979
    The first female prime minister of Britain, Margaret Thatcher was a controversial figurehead of conservative ideology during her time in office.
  • ECONOMIC RECESSION

    In industries characterized by the production of machinery, transport equipment (vehicles, railways and aeronautics) and chemicals, but the sector that contributes most to English GDP is the sector of product services transactions on the Stock Exchange values ​​as well as financial services , banking and insurance companies.
  • 1924-1931ECONOMIC RECESSION

    1924-1931ECONOMIC RECESSION
  • THATCHERISM

    THATCHERISM
    His economic policies, government downsizing and privatization continue today in vogue in many international institutions and governments. Critics believe the 'Thatcherism' is the dominant discourse underlying the cuts and sacrifice of the public in favor of dictation market. On the contrary, their political heirs turn to their ideas about freedom and criticism of socialism and unions to strengthen their arguments.
  • PARLIAMENT OF ENGLAND

    PARLIAMENT OF ENGLAND
    Parliament called England the legislature of the Kingdom of England . Its roots go back to early medieval period. Throughout diverse developments, it was gradually reducing the power of the monarch, and ended after the Act of Union (1707) , and in 1801, the Parliament of the UK. This makes the modern Parliament of the UK in one of the world's oldest legislative bodies, probably has the most seniority, and for this reason it is sometimes called the "Mother of all Parliaments".