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history of Britain

E. H. Carter

history of Britain

by E. H. Carter

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. H. Carter and R. A. F. Mears.
    ContributionsMears, R. A. F.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 1116 p. :
    Number of Pages1116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17065561M
    OCLC/WorldCa5503228

    The Oxford History of Britain tells the story of Britain and its people over two thousand years, from the coming of the Roman legions to the present day. Encompassing political, social, economic, and cultural developments throughout the British Isles, the dramatic narrative is taken up in turn by ten leading historians who offer the fruits of the best modern scholarship to the general 4/5(71). 17th Century British History - General & Miscellaneous 17th Century British History - Stuart Dynasty, 17th Century British History - Stuart Restoration,

    The Cambridge History of Britain is an innovative new textbook series covering the whole of British history from c. to the present day. The series is aimed at first-year undergraduates and above and volumes in the series will serve both as indispensable works of synthesis and as original interpretations of Britain's past. Book I. Chapter 1. The epistle dedicatory to Robert earl of Gloucester Whilst occupied on many and various studies, I happened to light upon the History of the Kings of Britain, and wondered that in the account which Gildas and Bede, in their elegant treatises, had given of them, I found nothing said of those kings who lived here before theFile Size: KB.

    B.C., they settled the whole of Britain. They formed tribal kingdoms that were frequently at war with each other. Roman Britain (55 B.C. – 5th century A.D.) Britain became a sphere of Roman interest in the 1st century B.C. Julius Ceasar attempted to conquer Britain twice, in 55 and 54 B.C., his main aim being to prevent the. London by Edward Rutherfurd. It's historical fiction (still contains a lot of factual information) and covers about years of Britain's history. I'm not a huge fan of history and I thought it was a good book. I had to read it for my A.P. European History class in high school.


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/5(). For readers who don't want to be bored reading history, this book serves as a superb introduction to the history of Britain and Ireland, covering all the major prevents from the ancient to the modern times.

Chapters:1 - Britons and Invaders, up to 2 - Medieval Britain, 3 - Tudors and Stuarts, 4 - Rise of Power, /5(83). A History of Britain is a three volume work written by Simon Schama to accompany a series of documentaries he presented for the BBC.

The volumes are: A History of Britain I: At the Edge of the World. BC–AD (BBC,ISBN ); A History of Britain II: The British Wars – (BBC,ISBN ); A History of Britain III: The Fate of Author: Simon Schama. A History of Britain is the companion book to the excellent BBC television program.

Schama is a gifted writer and his passion for history shines on every page. This is a lively, interesting account of British history, chock full of facts and pictures and an appealing dry wit/5.

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But let thus much suffice concerning them, since I do not propose to write the history of this people, or of the Scots, who derived their original from them and the Irish.

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Although Great Britain is now radically different from its preth century history, it still has many influences from the past. Hopefully this textbook has given you, the student, a good basic understanding of the roots of British history for your further study of this great nation.

Its a brilliantly written book, an incredibly comprehensive look at the vast panopoly of British history both domestic and foreign. Bear in mind as you read that the author, Mr. AD Innes, is writing before the First World war, at a time when no-one really envisaged an end to the British Empire or a diminishing role for Britain on the world stage.

In Britain, the lights were still out, the hearth still cold. Rationing would continue until the early 50s. Some of the following books (all but one of them novels). Thousands of years ago, Great Britain was joined to Europe and was covered with ice. Ab years ago, the weather became warmer.

The ice melted and the sea level rose. Great Britain became an island about years ago. Celtic people called Britons settles in Britain. They were warriors and farmers who were skilled metal workers. His finest work, "The History of the Kings of Britain", traces the reign of nearly a hundred British kings, beginning with the nation's mythical founder, Brutus.

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The book is somewhat misleadingly titled, for in reality the work is largely the history of England, with only brief side excursions into the Scottish and the Welsh past.

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