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Modern British History

Since 1900

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 399
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Macmillan Foundations Series

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23 May 2000

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Jeremy Black's compelling text provides a thematic account of British history centering on the twentieth century. To the traditional, chronological account of historic events, Black adds long-range thematic chapters...

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Jeremy Black's compelling text provides a thematic account of British history centering on the twentieth century. To the traditional, chronological account of historic events, Black adds long-range thematic chapters reflecting the full range of topics. These include political structures, ideologies, wars and international relations, economic history, social history as well as consumerism, media and mass communication. The coverage is further enlivened with exhibits providing supplementary background information on key personalities and pivotal events, and numerous illustrations.

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This text is characteristically wellwritten and lively
Thematically organised to reflect current teaching methodologies
Illuminated with much background information, including chronological surveys, maps and photographs
Clear layout, accessible and engaging writing style

Preface
Acknowledgements
Chronology
Victorian Britain
The Condition of the People
The Condition of the Country
Technology, Science and the World of Goods
Getting Around: People, Messages and Images
Social Structures
Beliefs and Ideologies
Democratisation and the Constitution
Politics: pre-1945
Politics: post-1945
Economic Worlds
The Parts of the British Isles
Britain and the Outside World: Political
Britain and the Outside World: Social, Economic, Cultural
Cultural Worlds
Postscript: Into the Twenty-First Century
Glossary
Bibliography
Index.
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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at Exeter University. He is the author of over 30 books published by Macmillan, the latest of which include European Warfare 1453-1815 and From Louis XIV to Napoleon: the fate of a great power.

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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at Exeter University. He is the author of over 30 books published by Macmillan, the latest of which include European Warfare 1453-1815 and From Louis XIV to Napoleon: the fate of a great power.

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