5 edition of short history of Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-292) and index.
|Statement||Antony Alcock ; foreword by J.E. Spence.|
|LC Classifications||D20 .A47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|ISBN 10||0312210035, 0312210361|
|LC Control Number||97034338|
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In the middle part, Davies tries to avoid what he calls the bias of Western Civilization (neglect of eastern Europe), in the 20th century part he fights the Allied scheme of history. Davies notes at the end of the preface the book is " only one from an almost infinite number of histories of Europe that could be written " and that his work is Author: Norman Davies. A Grand History of Europe European History, Wars, & Unity: This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.
Norman Davies is Professor of Polish History at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London. His previous books include God's Playground: A History of Europe (2 vols.) and Heart of Europe: A Short History of Poland (in paperback from Oxford)/5(14). History. The roots of European on-paper comics date back to 18th century caricatures (mocking others styles or behaviors) and illustrated picture books such as Wilhelm Busch's Max and early 19th century Swiss artist Rodolphe Töpffer is regarded by many as the "father of the modern comic" and his publication Histoire de M. Vieux Bois is sometimes called the first "comic book".Earliest publications: 19th century.
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The Shortest History of Europe begins with a rapid overview of European civilisation, describing its birth from an unlikely mixture of classical learning, Christianity and German warrior culture. Over the centuries, this unstable blend produced highly distinctive characters – pious knights and belligerent popes, romantics spouting folklore and revolutionaries imitating Rome – and its coming apart provided Cited by: 4.
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Davies covers European history in the full, from the earliest times to the point of completion of the book back in It is by its nature broad brush history, but Davies includes plenty of small details and historical anecdotes which bring a sense of realism to the history he is by: A very thorough and very readable survey of European History.
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Written with clarity, feeling and wit,The Shortest History of Europe is a tour-de-force: read in a single afternoon, it will be remembered for a lifetime. NB This is a updated and expanded edition, with new sections covering the industrial revolution, the world wars and the postwar period/5().
'Antony Alcock's A Short History of Europe offers a straightforward, meticulously researched account; one which provides the student with clear and detailed analysis.
Future generations of undergraduates and postgraduates alike will have cause to be grateful for a stimulating introduction to a major area of European studies.'. The Shortest History of Germany review – probing an enigma at the heart of Europe James Hawes’s brief yet rewarding history of Germany examines its place in Author: Nick Cohen.
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