Anglophobia


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dislike (or fear) of Britain and British customs

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(97) Some newspapers regretted William ITs comments about the Anglophobia of his own people because it seemed to tarnish Germany's image abroad.
Against a background of anglophobia, Rebell's article makes way for an all-out critique of the "hypocritical puritanism of old Albion" (<< puritanisme hypocrite de la vieille Albion, >> Lormel, 61) and of those who Rebell labels as the "defenders of morality" (<< defenseurs de la morale >>, Rebell, 14):
In addition to appealing to an unpleasant undercurrent of Scottish Anglophobia, the SNP promises its electorate the prospect of policies that are far to the left of anything that Labour's prime ministerial candidate, Ed Miliband, could possibly deliver.
Paddock, ed., A Call to Arms: Propaganda, Public Opinion, and Newspapers in the Great War (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004); Matthew Stibbe, German Anglophobia and the Great War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001); David Welch, Germany, Propaganda and Total War, 1914-1918: The Sins of Omission (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2000).
but because of the universally dominant Anglophobia, it is not easy [to convince public opinion of this].
This isn't anglophobia. Articles in Sweden's main newspaper and in Holland are also describing it as an obscene freak show.
Anti-imperialism, and particularly a sentiment of Anglophobia (due to the domination of British capital in transport and trade), impregnated left and right ideologies; the Liberal ideas of a break with the past and of cosmopolitanism began to be questioned in the search for a national identity that resulted in a conservative modernity.
Roy repeatedly criticises the SNP for its Anglophobia, Europhobia, right-wingery and general eccentricities across the post-war period (pp.
(63) The trilogy also berates the varieties of Middle Eastern nationalism, including Zionist insurgency in Palestine, anti-French demonstrations in Syria and such Anglophobia in sections of Egyptian society that support is developing for Rommel: '"when the Germans are at the gate"', Harriet is told by one Cairene, '"then we cut the English throats"'.
Jon Meacham (2012) has argued that Jefferson's Anglophobia was, in fact, "real to him" (p.
(25) Crawford told Stonehaven that the American actions at Geneva would undoubtedly cause a wave of Anglophobia to arise in the United States due to a number of things.
Together, they suggest that had the French pursued a successful invasion not only would it have resulted in a creation of a 'puppet state', but also Tone's mounting Anglophobia and revolutionary enthusiasm must have made for a distinctly unstable (and bloody) period in Irish history.
Foreman's brilliant description of the ups and downs of the relationship between these two men is one of the many ways in which she brings out the touchy post-colonial temperament of mid-19th-century American culture, which combined Anglophobia and Anglophilia in a curiously unstable amalgam.