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The British House of Commons, 1810 NAPLN

GROUP: Online Non-Traditional



  • Thadeus Obora
Email Committee Chair

Britain, 1810: the last great hope of the old world order. Across the Channel, The War of the Fifth Coalition has ended in yet another French victory, giving them dominance over continental Europe. Across the Atlantic, tensions between Britain and the United States rise daily due to the impressment of neutral American sailors and interruption of American trade with France. Throughout Europe, nationalism and revolutionary reforms are being implemented by both Napoleon and his copycats, each searching for an advantage. As stewards of the last great independent country in Europe, Parliament and the House of Commons of Great Britain must decide what reforms to make and what they must preserve if they are to survive the coming conflicts. As things stand, the only things between Britain and the armies of France is the narrow English Channel and the stalwart Royal Navy…