Summary: Cross Cultural Management Engels

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  • 2 History UK

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  • Which King was involved by Magna Carta

    King John (Jan zonder land)
  • Magna Cara is seen as the beginning of..

    He was seen as the beginning of the parliament and taxation
  • When was the Church of England grounded?

  • How was Henry VIII involved by the Church of England

    He formed the church because he wanted the right to divorce and re-marry. He wanted multiple marriages. He bacame the head of the Church of England so he had absolute power.
  • Consequences? (Role of king in Church of England)

    Everyone had to change religion, from Catholic to Protestant
  • What was the relationship between Queen Elizabeth I  and Shakespear

    Shakespear's relationship with Queen Elizabeth I was strictly professional. She was a fan of the arts and was audience at least one of his plays.
  • Why do you think the arts flourished in the Elizabethan age?

    In Elizabethan age there was a lot of appreciation for poetry and their writers. It was seen as a development for the people.
  • Where in Britain did the industrial revolution start?

    In the North of England. All the national resources that they needed were there.
  • When weas the Industrial revolution?

    around the years 1720-1840
  • How big was the Britisch Empire?

    The Britisch Empire was the biggest empire ever. At one point it covered 1/3 of the world population, 458 million people. This was at the empire's peak. At it's geographical peak it covered 33.670.00 km2. the empire was covered on every continent and every ocean. Between 1819 and 1910 it reached it's peak of power and around 1921 it reached it's peak in surface.

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