This is a fun alternative terminology for the Internet, even if I did have to read that entry twice before I realised that it wasn't about gender issues.transbinary development
Your ideas intrigue me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter.Moreau Sapiens
I really, really like this, but I am underinformed about medieval history and the history of the Angevins in particularFrere Godfrei de Santclair’s Writings
on the Deuelopmentes of the Realmes of
His Majestie the Roi of Anglond and of France
In the yeer of the Lord One Thousend and Six Hundred
Oh I know this one! 10A!Common Exam: World History EN23-H
Section A: Verbal Matching
For each numbered term, mark the letter combination of the description which matches that term. Not all descriptions match a term.
1. Ardeshir Basravi
2. Austro-Hungarian Empire
3. Hang-Shen Renaissance
4. Battle of Callao
5. Congress of Jena
6. Kingship Movement
7. Laurent Lauzon
8. Plan de Tepeyac
9. Tuscalometa State Plantation
10. Victoria Wentworth Nichols
A: French general in the Third Great European War. Overthrew the Bonaparte dynasty in the Coup de Ventôse before marrying Princess Hélène.
B: Land reform law in Brazil promulgated by Emperor Afonso II. Prompted the Barons’ Rebellion and helped lead to environmental protection of the Amazon Rainforest.
C: Political and social campaign in former British Africa in support of traditional rulers. Led to independence of Oòdua and Zululand.
D: Trade organization created in 1968 by figures including Marcel Picard and Wladysław Poniatowski. Maintains interconversion constants for currencies such as the franc, the peseta, and the złoty.
E: Major naval battle of the Andean War. Brazilian Admiral Vieira, the Marquis of Andaraí, attempted to force a landing before being beaten back by Granadine and Peruvian rebel forces.
AB: First woman governor of Massachusetts. Worked to prevent American recognition of the Republic of Great Britain.
AC: State ruled by the Habsburg dynasty which collapsed in the 1940s, creating the impetus for the Third Great European War. Major successor states include Austro-Bohemia, Dalmatia, and Transylvania.
AD: Bengali statesman and reformist assassinated in 1959. Considered a major figure of Pan-Indianism.
BC: Persian general of the Great Middle Eastern War known for the Battle of Damavand and for refusing to take part in a coup against the Shah.
BD: Economic, literary, and social movement of mid-century China. Included authors and composers like An Dongfang and Wei Guolin; also included the Neo-Legalists and Taoist Revival.
CD: Métis activist; founding father and first Prime Minister of Denendeh.
ABD: Democratic proposed Mexican constitution used in the 1975 Mexico City Rising. Formed the basis of the 1990 Constitution.
BCD: Labor camp in Alabama used to concentrate Negroes and Anglo dissidents. Current site of Alabama Museum of Human Rights.
ABCD: Religious revival movement of the 1940s. Began in Missouri and the Kansases, but spread to help create impetus for Californian nationalism.
So this has put a brain worm in my brain so I must do my own version of sorts;Rando list because I haven't done one for a while. Vaguely inspired by a scenario someone outlined on the other place once about the Granita blowing up during Brown and Blair's fateful meeting, though that needn't be the same POD here. Basically the point is some rather unlikely leadership election outcomes as judged based on the preconceptions of OTL, but caused by different trends (for example, a smaller pool of Labour leadership hopefuls and Scottish Labour being a larger portion of the whole).
List of Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom
1990-1995: John Major (Conservative, then Conservative minority)
1992: John Major (Conservative) def. Neil Kinnock (Labour), Paddy Ashdown (Lib Dem)
1992 Labour leadership election: John Smith def. Bryan Gould
1994 Labour leadership election: Robin Cook def. John Prescott, Margaret Beckett
1995 Conservative leadership election: Michael Heseltine def. John Major, John Redwood
1995-1996: Michael Heseltine (Conservative minority)
1996-2000: Robin Cook (Labour)
1996: Robin Cook (Labour) def. Michael Heseltine (Conservative), Paddy Ashdown (Lib Dem)
1996 Conservative leadership election: Brian Mawhinney def. Michael Portillo, Michael Howard, Kenneth Clarke
1998 Lib Dem leadership election: Simon Hughes def. Charles Kennedy, Don Foster
2000 Labour leadership election: Jack Cunningham def. Charles Clarke, David Clark
2000-2001: Jack Cunningham (Labour)
2001-2009: Brian Mawhinney (Conservative, then Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition)
2001: Brian Mawhinney (Conservative) def. Jack Cunningham (Labour), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem)
2001 Labour leadership election: Patricia Hewitt def. Alan Milburn, Peter Hain
2005: Brian Mawhinney (Conservative) def. Patricia Hewitt (Labour), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem)
2005 Labour leadership election: Alun Michael def. Andrew Smith, Harriet Harman
2009-2014: Alun Michael (Labour)
2009: Alun Michael (Labour) def. Brian Mawhinney (Conservative), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem)
2009 Conservative leadership election: Liam Fox def. Theresa May, Oliver Letwin
2009 Lib Dem leadership election: Steve Webb def. Mark Oaten, Tessa Munt
2014-2015: Liam Fox (Conservative minority)
2014 Labour leadership election: Hilary Benn def. Jim Marshall, Sarah Boyack
2015-????: Hilary Benn (Labour-Lib Dem coalition)
2015: Hilary Benn (Labour) def. Liam Fox (Conservative), Steve Webb (Lib Dem)