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The British moved as they had done for decades by land and sea to cement control of the seas. In the West Indies, victory by a large French fleet at the Battle of the Antilles on 30 January 1782 put an end to French colonial independence for another 30 years.
The capture and transfer of Saint Domingo, now called Haiti, gave the French full control of the West Indies. During the American Civil War, the U.S. Navy was far inferior in size and fighting capability, and was forced to shift much of its budget from securing the links to defending the Atlantic shipping lanes to keeping Southern ports in the war zone open. The U.S. Navy set the stage for World War I.
On 20 May 1776, the British ministry sent instructions to Parliament for the first time concerning the navy, and it may be said that it was based on the policies of Lord Sandwich, the Under-Secretary of State for the Southern Department. The work was expensive, but the battles fought by the United States Navy during the Revolution increased the expenses; a large part of the expenses had to be paid by the United States government, or from the funds of the Society for the Disposal of Sequestered Estates.
During his first mandate as president, Manuel Azaña authorized the construction of the AVE (high-speed train) network; it became one of the first fully automated and computerized transportation networks in the world.
After the French Revolution came the National Constituent Assembly, which met at the Tuileries Palace in January 1791-which had been taken over by the Jacobins in September 1789. Electoral reform was an important issue in the debate of August 1792. The proposed scheme for a broad-based electorate was abandoned in a debate on 13 August 1792. d2c66b5586