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Europe since 1715: a modern history

Auteur: Eugen Weber
Uitgever: New York, Norton [1972]
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"In this rich and colourful survey of European history since 1715, trends, processes, events and institutions are related directly to the conditions of everyday life. The author does not treat history merely as a succession of reigns; instead he searches for more pervasive signs of change in physical and social conditions and in the intellectual climate. The result is a survey text of unusual depth and readability,  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: History
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Eugen Weber
ISBN: 0393094049 9780393094046
OCLC-nummer: 251163
Opmerkingen: "Comprises parts III and IV of [the author's] A Modern history of Europe" published in 1971.
Beschrijving: xxiii, 790 pages illustrations 24 cm
Inhoud: Part I: An age of revolutions: 1715-1848 --
1. The world and its horizons --
The industrial revolution --
The agricultural revolution --
Society and societies --
Transport and communications --
Power and profit overseas --
The farthest east --
2. Structures in transition --
The state in flux --
Enlightened despotism --
Rulers and churches --
International conflicts: Wars and revolutions --
From Ultrecht to the Peace of Versailles --
3. Constitutional evolution in Britain --
King and Parliament --
From colonies to nation in America --
Britain resurgent --
4. Revolutionary change in France --
The economic impasse --
Principles take arms --
Liberte Egalite, fraternite --
The end of the monarchy --
The French wars, 1792-1815 --
Nationalism confirmed --
5. The peace of Humpty Dumpty --
Congresses and alliances --
Concord and discords --
The restoration in France --
After 1830 --
6. The balance of the powers --
Spain --
Latin-American independence --
Italy --
The Germanies --
The eastern borderlands --
Russia --
The Ottoman Empire --
1848 --
7. Sense and sensibility: The Enlightenment --
Eighteenth-century science --
The Enlightenment and the philosophes --
Utilitarianism --
The metaphysical philosophers --
The traditionalists --
8. Sense and sensibility: The romantic reaction --
Rococo --
Rousseau --
The precursors --
Romanticism --
New public and new culture Part II: The age of masses: 1848 to the present --
The end of European hegemony --
9. International perspectives --
The age of steam and gold --
Politics for the masses --
Europe and the world overseas --
The uneasy balance: Europe 1848-1914 --
War 1914-1918 --
10. National counterpoint: Internal affairs, 1848-1918 --
Britain --
France --
Germany --
Italy --
Spain --
Russia --
The Habsburg Empire --
Eastern Europe --
Turkey --
11. The world from war to war --
Peace? --
The Twenty Years' armistice --
The end of liberalism --
A revolutionary left: Communism --
A radical right: Fascism --
The day of the dictators --
The Second World War --
12. National counterpoint: Internal affairs since 1918 --
Russia --
Germany --
Italy --
France --
Britain --
Spain --
Austria --
Hungary --
Eastern Europe --
Turkey --
The United States: A special case --
13. The material revolution --
Technology and production --
Science and thought --
Religion --
The way they lived --
The Victorians --
The modern age --
The public and its servants --
Literature and the arts --
14. The latest age: 1945 to the present --
The ebb of empire --
The Protean conflict --
The lagging unification of Europe --
From Cold War to coexistence --
The Third World --
The revolt of youth --
An interim report.
Verantwoordelijkheid: [by] Eugen Weber.

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"In this rich and colourful survey of European history since 1715, trends, processes, events and institutions are related directly to the conditions of everyday life. The author does not treat history merely as a succession of reigns; instead he searches for more pervasive signs of change in physical and social conditions and in the intellectual climate. The result is a survey text of unusual depth and readability, ideally suited to courses in modern European history and Western civilization." [Back cover].

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