Introductory Lectures On Modern History

Author: Thomas Arnold
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Outlines Of Ancient And Modern History On A New Plan

Author: Royal Robbins
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Modern History Or The Present State Of All Nations

Author: Thomas Salmon
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The Life And Correspondence Of Thomas Arnold Professor Of Modern History In The University Of Oxford

Author: Arthur Penrhyn Stanley
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A Modern History From The Time Of Luther To The Fall Of Napoleon For The Use Of Schools And Colleges

Author: John LORD (LL.D.)
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Outlines And Studies To Accompany Myers Medi Val And Modern History

Author: Florence Eugénie Leadbetter
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Pt 1 Ancient And Modern History

Author: Voltaire
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Germany

Author: Marshall Dill
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472071012
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Studies modern Germany, from its formation to the 1960s

The New Cambridge Modern History Volume 11 Material Progress And World Wide Problems 1870 98

Author: F. H. Hinsley
Editor: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521045490
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Volume XI covers a period of contrasts in European and World history, of material expansion and economic depression, of improved conditions and widespread poverty and degradation, a period of armed peace. The text of the volume, first published in 1962, is reprinted unchanged.

The Cambridge Modern History

Author: Sir Adolphus William Ward
Editor: CUP Archive
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Sport And The British

Author: Richard Holt
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780192852298
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The first book of its kind, this lively history of British sport since 1800 goes beyond a few great names and moments to explain how sports have changed, what they have meant to ordinary people, and reveals what is especially distinctive about British sport in particular. The British were innovators in abandoning traditional, often brutal, sports, and in establishing a code of "fair play," which spread throughout the late Victorian Empire. They were also pioneers in popular sports and in the promotion of organized commercial spectator events, with the accompanying rise of professionalism.

A Course Of Lectures On Modern History

Author: Friedrich von Schlegel
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Writing The Modern History Of Iraq

Author: Jordi Tejel
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814390550
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The history of Iraq is made up of successive and radical breaks (coup d'état, changes of regime, military invasions), the chronological markers of which are easy to identify. Although researchers cannot ignore these disruptions, it is also necessary to establish a link between the moments when the breaks occur and the longer term, in order to shed light on the period under study. Combining different disciplines (history, sociology, political science and anthropology), the book seeks to advance some milestones that will allow for a renewed perspective on Iraqi 20th century history and propose a narrative that fits into new paradigms. Finally, the book tackles different periods (monarchy, republic, Ba'thist, etc.) with an interest in diverse spheres of the Iraqi society (arts, politics, religious, tribal, etc.).

The Works Of M De Voltaire The Ancient And Modern History

Author: Voltaire
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Gibraltar

Author: Gareth Stockey
Editor: University of Wales Press
ISBN: 0708325157
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This modern history of Gibraltar updates and enhances scholarship on the Rock’s history by bringing together the author’s extensive archival research and developments in the secondary literature surrounding British Gibraltar. Central to its narrative is an examination of the development of a Gibraltarian community amidst British imperial rise and decline and Anglo-Spanish diplomatic vicissitudes. Gibraltar: A Modern History, is the first twenty-first century treatment of the Rock’s history and as such it augments and, in many ways, replaces older treatments of Gibraltar’s History.

Buganda In Modern History

Author: Donald Anthony Low
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520016408
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The New Cambridge Modern History Volume 9 War And Peace In An Age Of Upheaval 1793 1830

Author: C. W. Crawley
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521045476
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The ninth volume of the The New Cambridge Modern History begins with the outbreak of war on the execution of Louis XVI, bridges the watershed of 1815 and closes, for the most part, with the avoidance of war on the abdication of Charles X. It was a period of wars and revolutions when Europe was preoccupied with France, and the role of war itself shaped the direction of change and determined its extent.

Sexual Blackmail

Author: Professor of History Angus McLaren
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674009240
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Charts the rise and fall of sexual taboos from the Victorian era to the first half of the twentieth century, noting how the labeling and outlawing of various sexual acts resulted in a rise in extortion, sensationalized court cases, and muckraking. (Social Science)

The Cambridge Modern History Vol 1 The Renaissance

Author: Sir Adolphus William Ward
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Texas A Modern History

Author: David G. McComb
Editor: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 9780292746657
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Traces the full panorama of Texas history, from its earliest Indian inhabitants to the present day, emphasizing the twentieth-century evolution from a rural to an urban society