Evil Empire: 101 Ways That England Ruined the World
They invented slums. They invented child labor. They put Saddam Hussein in power. They burned Joan of Arc at the stake, and they enslaved the globe to get their tea fix. We're talking about England, of course, and the terrible evils they've set loose on the world. In The Evil Empire, American author Steven Grasse documents the 101 worst atrocities of Mother England everything from foxhunting to the invention of the concentration camp. With an irreverent mix of historical facts, smart commentary, and red-blooded American arrogance, Grasse offers a devastating critique of the country that gave us the machine gun, factory labor, and the metric system. Publishing just in time for the Queen's birthday (April 21), The Evil Empire is essential reading for true-blue Americans and others oppressed by the English throughout history.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pazaakshark - LibraryThing
This book was a neat little read. It provided some interesting information that was pretty funny. The short topics, make this book a very quick read. Really it is just a humorous book and should not be taken to be a complete history of England. Read full review
Evil Empire: 101 Ways That England Ruined the WorldUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In this cheeky look at the low points of the U.K. past and present, adman Grasse (spokesperson for the Philadelphia-based International Coalition for British Reparations) doesn't just twist the Royal ... Read full review