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  • Csinády, Judit (2009-03-09)
    This dissertation aimed at tracing down the most important stages and components of the 'March of the Mind' phenomenon and at pouring light on the nature of the changes that were going on within the ranks of English ...
  • Gyurcsik-Szilágyi, Ágnes (2013-03-26)
    The 'Angel in the House' was originally the title of a poem by Coventry Patmore, in which he characterizes his wife, Emily as a perfect wife, and later it came to be a popular image of Victorian times that pictured the ...
  • Váradi, Ágnes Orsolya (2013-05-29)
    In my thesis I intend to examine how these territories came under the control of the English king, which of these lands were inherited as family lands, and which were purchased through marriage or conquest. There are ...
  • Pupp, Anna (2013-10-22)
    A dolgozat fő témája két Magyar lovag, Krizsafán fia György és Tari Lőrinc zarándoklata az írországi Szent Patrick Purgetóriumába. A dolgozat vizsgálja az ír katolikus egyház középkori fejlődésének sajátosságait, valamint ...
  • Vénig, Réka (2013-03-21)
    In my thesis I will try to reach back in time to the end of the eighteenth century. During these decades the French Revolution had a deep impact on Britain and her political thinking. Also, this was an age when British ...
  • Szikszai, Szabina (2013-06-07)
    In my thesis paper first I would like to examine women’s place in the society at the beginning of the nineteenth century, their role at home and their attitude to the domestic sphere. Then I would like to show how women’s ...
  • Baradács, Péterné (2013-04-02)
    This thesis addresses the presentation of the history of privateering in England and the role of the privateers under Queen Elizabeth I. In the latter half of the 16th century, King Philip II of Spain was the most powerful ...
  • Vargáné Tuska, Anita (2013-04-04)
    The aim of my work is to find social, historical and personal episodes from Queen Elizabeth’s life connected to her different residences. These curiosities at times are trifles and other times momentous. But the tiniest ...
  • Pál, Eszter (2013-10-21)
    To achieve my aim first of all I am going to examine Victorian women’s situation in areas such as marriage, education, jobs or legal rights. I will try to point out the religious implications in these areas. While in the ...
  • Hadházi, Andrea (2013-02-19)
    In my thesis I argue that as the events and facts concerning Mary and Knox are rather ambiguous and shady, no interpretation or account can be considered as objective: both the personages in question and the later periods ...
  • Pásztorné Daskó, Csilla (2013-10-21)
    A brit alkotmányos királyság kialakulásának nyomon követése az elmúlt egy évezred történéseinak áttekintésével. A királyi előjogok és végrehajtó hatalmának fogozatos elvesztése és a kialakuló középosztály - városi kereskedők ...
  • Nyiri, Klára (2013-02-20)
    Queen Elizabeth I as a prominent figure of early modern English history still attracts the attention of historians and the wider public. At the beginning of 21st century, her figure appears in contemporary culture such as ...
  • Rékasyné Héja, Valéria (2013-03-26)
    Did participation in Christianity decline during the reign of Queen Victoria in Great Britain or we cannot speak about decline only a change in religious patterns which was the unavoidable consequence of modernity?
  • Erdélyi, Balázs (2013-06-07)
    The aim of my thesis is to study the rise of British naval mastery after the Napoleonic wars and the following process of decline from the second half of the 19th century till the Second World War. I will raise the ...
  • Tóth, Erzsébet (2013-03-27)
    The first Treason Act known in English History was enacted by Edward III in 1352, or sometimes dated to 1351. This law was created to distinguish the petty (‘petit’) treason of the common law from the high treason – treason ...
  • Kató, Nóra (2013-07-01)
    The Victorian Era is considered to be one of the most decisive periods not only in British but in European history as well. It was the age of innovations, new technologies that changed the country’s economy, society and ...
  • Kis-Hajduné Rudics, Zita (2013-03-26)
    In my thesis I want to introduce the legacy of a Victorian man, George Müller, who was a philanthropist and evangelist in Victorian Britain. I intend to present that his work depended entirely on his trust and love for God ...
  • Hudákné Bodnár, Linda (2013-04-03)
    England after Henry VIII death went through cardinal changes under the Tudors. Though Henry VIII selected couple of trustworthy of his men (the Council) in order to advice Edward VI, Uncle Edward (Edward Seymour) established ...
  • Csapó-Bodó, Csilla (2013-03-25)
    This thesis aims to reveal the real personality of Mary Tudor. To explore her character features I intend to present the moments of her life which shaped her character. The first chapter is about her life from her birth ...
  • Szűts, Zsófia (2013-02-20)
    The difference of the road through history that has lead to the Punk movement in Britain and in America is therefore the basis of the difference in force, music and philosophy. The American Punks were older, than the ...