7 edition of Britain & Europe 1789-2005 (Britain and Europe) found in the catalog.
November 11, 2005 by A Hodder Arnold Publication .
Written in English
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About Britain and Europe At critical moments, Britain has played a crucial part in the political evolution of modern Europe, yet its stance has often been ambivalent: sometimes glad to be part of 'European civilization' but at other times rejoicing in the blessings of insularity.
Author of Nineteenth-century Britain, Great Britain, The eclipse of a great power, Politicians, diplomacy, and war in modern British history, The First World War (Opus Books), Appeasement, Churchill, Protestant Evangelicalism: Britain, Ireland, Germany and America, cc (Studies in Church History: Subsidia).
About Author/Editor(s)/ Contributor(s) Keith Robbins. Keith Robbins was formerly Vice-Chancellor of University of Wales, Lampeter. On his retirement from this post in he was made an Honorary Professorial Fellow in the Departments of History and Theology/Religious Studies. Keith Robbins’s most popular book is The First World War.
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His academic career began in as Assistant Lecturer in History at the University of York where he subsequently became Lecturer.
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A DIRECTORY OF BRITISH DIPLOMATS CONTENTS: Preface: pages Introduction: pages Select Bibliography: page 8 Notes: Sections A and B: pages Section A: Alphabetical Directory of Diplomats, pages Answer to an enemy of Islam: this is a refutation of the lies and slanders which the la-madhhabi Rashid Rida of Egypt, who appeared in the disguise of a religious man, wrote against the scholars of Islam in his book Muhawarat / [M.
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Notes on Contributors Acknowledgements Maps of Europe Introduction: National History Writing in Europe in a Global Age-- & Representations of Identity: Ethnicity, Race, Class, Gender and Religion.
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