By J. Crossland
By J. Crossland
By R. S. Neale
First released in 1972, this number of essays by way of R. S. Neale specializes in authority, and the responses and demanding situations to it made by way of women and men in the course of the 19th century. applying a extra sociologically-minded method of background and in particular utilizing a ‘five-class’ version, the e-book explores positive aspects of sophistication and beliefs in Britain and its Empire. It contains a diversity of case experiences similar to the tub radicals, the participants of govt councils within the Australian colonies, and the social strata within the women’s routine within the past due 19th and early 20th centuries.
This ebook can be of curiosity to these learning Victorian historical past and sociology.
By Barry Coward,Peter Gaunt
The Stuart Age provides an obtainable creation to England's century of civil struggle and revolution, together with the reasons of the English Civil struggle; the character of the English Revolution; the goals and achievements of Oliver Cromwell; the continuation of non secular ardour within the politics of recovery England; and the influence of the wonderful Revolution on Britain. The 5th variation has been completely revised and up-to-date through Peter Gaunt to mirror new paintings and altering traits in learn at the Stuart age. It expands on key parts together with the early Stuart fiscal, non secular and social context; key army occasions and debates surrounding the English Civil conflict; colonial growth, overseas coverage and in another country wars; and critical advancements in Scotland and eire. a brand new establishing bankruptcy offers a huge evaluate of present historiographical developments in Stuart background, introducing readers to key contemporary paintings at the subject. The Stuart Age is a long-standing favorite of academics and scholars of early glossy British historical past, and this new version is key studying for these learning Stuart Britain.
By Leonard Cantor
The interval lined by way of this publication, first released in 1987, used to be a huge one for the agricultural panorama in England. the writer describes and analyses the evolution of the geographical region in the course of the years which witnessed the slow disappearance of the medieval panorama and the creation of recent farming tools and business options, therefore laying the root for the unconventional alterations that have been to remodel the English geographical region within the eighteenth and 19th centuries. the most gains of the nation-state are handled totally and examples are given in their continues to be that could nonetheless be pointed out within the panorama this day.
By Richard Perkins,Andrew Choong
By Suping Lu
By C.S. Knighton,David Loades
By Ron Harris
By William Lamont
By Thomas Brinley