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Sir John Burns Ure KCMG LVO FRGS (born 5 July 1931) is a retired British diplomat, ambassador to Cuba, Brazil . This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Books. The Trail of Tamerlane, Constable, London, 1980.
Sir John Burns Ure KCMG LVO FRGS (born 5 July 1931) is a retired British diplomat, ambassador to Cuba, Brazil and Sweden, and an author. YouTube Encyclopedic. The Quest for Captain Morgan, Constable, London, 1983.
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John Darwin North America and the arrival of the Dutch and English in the trading world of the East Indies. But between the 1620s and the 1740s the expansive impulse of the Europeans lost much of its momentum. As we have seen already, the early modern European ‘march to primacy’ is in many ways an optical illusion, the deceptive product of hindsight.