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Eighteenth Century Europe, 1700-1789 (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 481
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Macmillan History of Europe

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Hardcover - 9780333773369

04 October 1999

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22 December 2015

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This new edition of this highly successful and influential work includes two entirely new chapters - on Europe and the wider world and on the Revolutionary crisis - and is extensively revised throughout. It offers a...

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This new edition of this highly successful and influential work includes two entirely new chapters - on Europe and the wider world and on the Revolutionary crisis - and is extensively revised throughout. It offers a wide-ranging thematic account of the century, that explores social, cultural and economic topics, as well as giving a clear analysis of the political events. Filled with fascinating detail and unusual examples, this absorbing history of eighteenth-century Europe will bring the period alive to students and teachers alike.

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Revised new edition including two new chapters on Europe and the Wider World and the crisis of the French Revolution
Covers the whole of Europe with a thematic approach
Particularly focused on cultural, religious and social aspects of the period

List of Maps
Chronology
Rulers of the Major States
Preface
Hostile Environment
Economic Framework
The Wheels of Commerce
Society
Towns
Faith and the Churches
Enlightenment
Culture and the Arts
Science and Medicine
International Relations
Armies and Warfare
Europe and the Outer World
Government and Administration
Ideology, Politics and Reform
The Revolutionary Crisis
Epilogue
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index.
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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. A member of the Councils of the Royal Historical Society and the British Records Association, he is the author of a number of books, including War and the World, 1450 - 2000 and Maps and History.

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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. A member of the Councils of the Royal Historical Society and the British Records Association, he is the author of a number of books, including War and the World, 1450 - 2000 and Maps and History.

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