The Great Exhibition: For Peace of Money?

The Great Exhibition: For Peace of Money? - Henry Osburn...

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Henry Osburn EUH 2030 2-26-07 Kriegel The Great Exhibition: For Peace of Money? The Great Exhibition was intended to open up the world market. London wanted to bring in the great ideas from around the world and bring them together. This was supposed to bring out the ideas of peace and universal brotherhood. Many were skeptical of this idea. Mary Seacole disproved the purpose of The Great Exhibition. Despite her hard work she dealt very often with race. Because she was not completely white she would be looked down upon even in the situations where she shined the most. Mrs. Seacole also stood at the forefront of war and battle. The Exhibition should be able to abolish war because of universal peace. We also learn through the stories that The Great Exhibition established better weapons through the advances, which made a surplus in casualties on the battle field because of the new efficiencies of death weapons.
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