A treatment of European history from 1789 to the present day. In keeping with the interpretive approach of the GCSE syllabus requirements, this is a complementary volume to Lowe's "Modern World History" and "Modern British History" and Taylor's "British Economic and Social History".
A clear and concise treatment of European history from 1789 to the present day. Stuart Miller's accessible, personal style combines coverage of all the basic facts needed by examination candidates with an interpretive approach in keeping with the GCSE syllabus requirements. The book will be a complementary volume to Lowe's Modern World History and Modern British History and Taylor's British Economic and Social History.
Customer Reviews - Mastering Modern European History
French Revolution 1789-1801 - Napoleon and Europe 1801-1815 - The Concert of Europe 1815-1830 - Pressures towards change 1815-1848 - Year of Revolutions 1848 - The Eastern Question 1804-1856 - Napoleon III and the Second Empire - Unification of Germany 1849-1871 - Unification of Italy 1849-1871 - Russian Empire 1815-1881 - Age of Imperialism 1870-1914 - Third Republic 1871-1914 - Italy 1871-1914 - German Empire 1871-1914 - Habsburg Monarchy 1849-1914 - International Relations 1871-1890 - Origins of the Great War 1890-1914 - Great War and its aftermath 1914-1919 - Russian Revolution 1881-1917 - International relations 1918-1934 - Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler 1918-1939 - Italy and the rise of Mussolini 1918-1939 - Soviet Russia 1917-1939 - France 1919-1939 - Eastern Central Europe between the Wars - Origins of the Second World War 1933-1939 - The Second World War 1939-1945 - The Cold War 1945-1953 - European revival and integration - The process of decolonisation - International relations 1953-to date - The crisis of the Warsaw Pact - Epilogue: Current problems in Europe - Index
Mastering Modern European History by S.T. Miller
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