By Jenny Randles
"Uncover the best tale "never informed, with assistance from world-renowned alien ship researcher and author Jenny Randles."-- "American Bookseller. "Prolific investigator Jenny Randles lines documented claims for alleged alien craft crashes and retrievals going way back to 1871...interesting interpreting for the insights they provide into UFOlogy's evolution during the last half-century...analyzes 30 situations from world wide, concluding that a few are noticeable hoaxes, that others should be defined away after aim review of the facts, yet few of them no less than help claims made by means of the UFOlogy contingent."-- "Nexus. two hundred pages, 15 b/w illus., five 0.5 x eight half.
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Postal services, for example, had been organized by state. There was no international standard that allowed the easy movement of mail between countries. A conference was held in Paris in 1863 to achieve standardization. At the Congress of Bern in 1874, 22 countries signed the International Postal Convention. The signatories were all European countries, plus Egypt and the US. By 1878 the list had expanded and the name was changed to the Universal Postal Union, and today almost all countries 45 WHAT TIME IS THIS PL ACE?
After 1865 there was a widening and deepening of the railway network around the world. In 1870 there were only 125,000 miles of track; by 1911 this had increased to 657,000 miles. The railways brought places closer together in terms of the time it took to get people or goods from A to B. This space–time shrinkage compressed the world. Far away from the tracks, life may not have been 35 WHAT TIME IS THIS PL ACE? unchanged, but the whistle of the train speeded up the world. There was also an expansion in shipping.
European control was rarely welcomed and seldom unchallenged. Resistance took many forms. The American Declaration of Independence in 1776 was opposition to overseas control by the descendants of European colonists. A hard-core economic nationalism was framed by a softer shell of political philosophy to create a justification for imperial break-up and national self-determination. The loss of its American colonies in 1783 (though it kept Canada) did not hinder Britain’s economic growth, but it did signal the beginning of a shift in global geopolitics, a move from subjects to citizens and the articulation of a political philosophy that was later to dominate the world.