The British Republic, 1649-60 (British History in Perspective)The author's aim in this work is to provide students and the general public with the very latest picture of an important episode in history, in an accessible form.
by Ronald Hutton
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The British Republic, 1649-60 Summary
'...an energetically written and very perceptive synthesis that...will be read with pleasure and profit by many students.' - History '...the most readable and the most up-to-date general account of its subject.' - History Today This book represents a synthesis of all the most recent research into this important period, in an accessible form and at an accessible price. It reconsiders some of the most colourful and celebrated episodes in the history of the British Isles, and some of the most remarkable characters. It considers diplomatic, military, political, religious, intellectual, and social developments. It covers Ireland and Scotland as well as England and Wales, and treats issues at a provincial level as thoroughly as those upon the national scene. Repeatedly, the author provides his own provocative solutions to questions as well as presenting the work of his colleagues. Thus, it is both a collective and a personal portrait of an age. It ought to meet the needs of students at all levels, as well as entertaining the general reader.
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