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European Overseas Empire 1879-1999: A Short History (Wiley Short Histories) free ebook

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European Overseas Empire 1879-1999: A Short History (Wiley Short Histories)

Lexington Books | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1119130107 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.30 mb
By Matthew G. Stanard

A Timely Look Back at the Era That Shaped Our World

Thousands of years of recorded history show that the main way in which human societies have been organized is as empires. Today, the evidence of recent European overseas empire's lasting effects is all around

Engaging Archaeology: 25 Case Studies in Research Practice

Wiley-Blackwell | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1119240506 | 280 Pages | PDF | 4.36 mb
by Stephen W. Silliman (Editor)

Bringing together 25 case studies from archaeological projects worldwide, Engaging Archaeology candidly explores personal experiences, successes, challenges, and even frustrations from established and senior archaeologists who share invaluable practical advice for students a

Experiencing war as the 'enemy other': Italian Scottish experience in World War II (Cultural History of Modern war)

English | August 31st, 2011 | ISBN: 0719082692, 9780719082696 | 279 Pages | True PDF | 4.11 MB

Italy's declaration of war on Britain in June 1940 had devastating consequences for Italian immigrant families living in Scotland signalling their traumatic construction as the 'enemy other'. Through an analysis of personal testimonies and previously unpublished archival material, this book takes

The People's Bread: A History of the Anti-Corn Law League

2000 | 315 Pages | ISBN: 0718502183 | PDF | 18.2 MB

Formed in 1839, the Anti-Corn Law League was one of the most important campaigns to introduce the ideas of economic liberalism into mainstream political discourse in Britain. Its aspiration for free trade played a crucial role in defining the agenda of nineteenth-century liberalism and shaping the modern British state. Its faith in

Marriage Disputes in Medieval England free ebook

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Marriage Disputes in Medieval England

2003 | 248 Pages | ISBN: 1852851988 | PDF | 13.8 MB

Intimate details about the personal lives of medieval people are frustratingly rare. We seldom know what the men and women of the middle ages thought about marriage, let alone about sex. The records of the church courts of the province of York, mainly dating from the fourteenth century, provides a welcome light on private, family