Geography; Nature and climate; Demography; British colonies and
protectorates, War participation; Culture, Books On Books; Music;
Record companies; Folk music; Rock; Politics; Political parties ;
Defense; Intelligence services; Nuclear weapons; Nuclear weapons
tests; Peace movements; Religion; Social conditions, Education;
Economy and arms trade.
Géographie; Nature et climat; Démographie;
Colonies et protectorats britanniques, Participation à la
guerre; Culture, livres sur les livres; La musique; Les maisons de
disques; Musique folklorique; Roche; Politique; Partis politiques ;
La défense; Services de renseignement; Armes
nucléaires; Tests d'armes nucléaires; Mouvements de
paix; Religion; Conditions sociales, éducation;
L'économie et le commerce des armes.
Storbritannien er et aktuelt krigsførende, demokratisk
nordeuropæiskøstat, også betegnet som De
britiske øer, der består af England, Skotland, Wales, Hebriderne, Isle of Man, Isle of
Wight, Nordirland, Bermuda, Diego
Garcia, Gibraltar. Kanaløerne (Alderney, Guernsey,
Jersey og Isles of Scilly). Lindisfarne eller Holy Island of
Lindisfarne. Orkneyøerne. Ascension Island, Sankt Helena og
Falklandsøerne i Sydatlanten. Shetlandsøerne.
Sydgeorgien og Sydsandwichøerne samt Tristan da Cunha.
Grænse til Irland og
kystlinjer til Den engelske kanal,
og Det irske hav.
Beaufort's Dyke er en mere end 200m dyb undersøisk
rende, der ligger mellem Skotland og Nordirland. / The
Beaufort’s Dyke is a more than 200m deep underwater trench
that is located between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Analysis of Explosions in the BGS Seismic Database in the Area
of Beaufort’s Dyke, 1992-2004: A report prepared for the
Ministry of Defence. / : G Ford, L Ottemöller, B Baptie. -
Edinburgh : British Geological Survey 2005.
Beaufort’s Dyke in the North Channel, and surrounding waters
were used as a munitions disposal site during the 20th Century,
with significant quantities after the two world wars and the last
dumping in 1976. The British Geological Survey (BGS) over the years
has detected explosions in this area on their seismograph network.
Significant explosions were located and kept in the database. The
BGS seismicity database also contained smaller explosions that
possibly originated from this area, but had not undergone analysis
and were thus not given a location. This report describes work
carried out to complete the catalogue of underwater explosions in
the Beaufort’s Dyke area. Using detection on the nearby
seismograph networks as search criterion, a total of 186 explosions
were considered in this study.
Geografihistoriske primærkilder og fremstillinger /
Geography Historical primary sources and
Géographie des sources historiques primaires:
A handbook to county bibliography, being a bibliography of
bibliographies relating to the counties and towns of Great Britain
and Ireland. / : Arthur Lee Humphreys.- London : Piccadillym
Manual of British topography : a catalogue of county and local
histories, pamphlets, views, drawings, maps, etc. connected with
and illustrating the principal localities in the United Kingdom
(1909). - 338 s.
A catalogue of the books relating to British topography [Bodleian
- Oxford, Clarendon press, 1814. - 476 s.
Anderson, John Parker: The book of British topography. A classified
catalogue of the topographical works in the library of the British
museum relating to Great Britain and Ireland. - London : W.
Satchell & co., 1881. - 500 s. -
Upcott, William:A bibliographical account of the principal works
relating to English topography I-III.
- London : Printed by R. and A. Taylor, 1818.
'[pt. 1] v. 1. Preface. General topography. County history:
Bedfordshire - Lincolnshire. Suppl. to pt. 1.--[pt. 2] v. 2.
Middlesex - Nottinghamshire.--[pt. 2] v. 3. Oxfordshire -
Yorkshire. Bibliotheca topographica britannica. Suppl. to second
part. Index of places. Index of names.'
Carlisle, Nicholas: A topographical dictionary of the Dominion of
Wales; exhibiting the names of the several cities, towns, parishes,
townships, and hamlets, with the county and division of the county,
to which they respectively belong ... Compiled from actual inquiry,
and arr. in alphabetical order. Being a continuation of the
topography of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. -
London Printed for the author by W. Bulmer, 1811. - 652 s.
Blome, Richard: The present state of His Majesties isles and
territories in America : viz,
Jamaica, Barbadoes, S.
Christophers, Mevis, Antego, S. Vincent, Dominica, New Jersey, Pensilvanie,
Monserat, Anguilla, Bermudas,
Carolina, Virginia, New-England, Tobago, New-Found-Land, Mary-Land,
New-York : with new maps of every
place, together with astronomical tables ... and how to make
sun-dials fitting for all those places (1687). -
Calendars of the ancient charters, and of the Welch and
Scotish rolls, now remaining in the Tower of London ... also
calendars of all the treaties of peace entered into by the kings of
England with those of Scotland; and of sundry letters and public
instruments relating to that kingdom, now in the Chapter-house at
Westminster. Together with catalogues of the records brought to
Berwick from the Royal treasury at Edinburgh: of such as were
transmitted to the Exchequer at Westminster, and of those which
were removed to different parts of Scotland by order of King Edward
I. The proceedings relating to the carrying back the records of
Scotland into that kingdom; and the transactions of the Parliament
there from the 15th of May 1639, to the 8th of March 1650. To which
are added memoranda concerning the affairs of Ireland, extracted
from the Tower records. With four copper plates, exhibiting all the
various hands in which the several charters have been written, from
the reign of King William the Conqueror to that of Queen Elizabeth.
To the whole is prefixed an introduction, giving some account of
the state of the public records from the conquest to the present
Storbritanniens tidligere og nuværende kolonier er organiseret i Det britiske statssamfund
/ Commonwealth of Nations.
- Lucas, Charles Prestwood, Sir,: A historical geography of the
- Oxford : The Clarendon Press, 1888. - 560 s.