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The New Cambridge Modern History

The New Cambridge Modern History

Volume 9. War and Peace in an Age of Upheaval, 1793–1830

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C. W. Crawley, R. M. Hartwell, N. H. Gibbs and C. C. Lloyd, H. G. Schenk, C. C. Gillispie, John Walsh, John Roach, David Thomas, F. W. Sternfield, Geoffrey Bruun, Jacques Godechot, Felix Markham, G. de Bertier de Sauvigny, W. H. Bruford, C. A. Macartney, J. M. Roberts, Raymond Carr, J. A. van Houtte, J. M. K. Vyvyan, C. W. Crawley, K. A. Ballhatchet, J. D. Fage, F. Thistlethwaite, R. A. Humphreys, O.B.E., E. V. Gulick
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  • Date Published: January 1965
  • availability: Unavailable - out of print January 2007
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521045476

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  • The ninth volume of the The New Cambridge Modern History begins with the outbreak of war on the execution of Louis XVI, bridges the watershed of 1815 and closes, for the most part, with the avoidance of war on the abdication of Charles X. It was a period of wars and revolutions when Europe was preoccupied with France, and the role of war itself shaped the direction of change and determined its extent.

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    • Date Published: January 1965
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521045476
    • length: 762 pages
    • dimensions: 346 x 240 x 59 mm
    • weight: 1.391kg
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print January 2007
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction C. W. Crawley
    2. Economic change in England and Europe, 1780–1830 R. M. Hartwell
    3. Armed forces and the art of war N. H. Gibbs and C. C. Lloyd
    4. Revolutionary influences and conservatism in literature and thought H. G. Schenk
    5. Science and technology C. C. Gillispie
    6. Religion: Church and state in Europe and the Americas John Walsh
    7. Education, and public opinion John Roach
    8. Some aspects of the arts in Europe David Thomas and F. W. Sternfield
    9. The balance of power during the wars, 1793–1814 Geoffrey Bruun
    10. The internal history of France during the wars, 1793–1814 Jacques Godechot
    11. The Napoleonic adventure Felix Markham
    12. French politics, 1815–47 G. de Bertier de Sauvigny
    13. German constitutional and social develope, 1795–1830 W. H. Bruford
    14. The Austrian Monarchy, 1792–1847 C. A. Macartney
    15. Italy, 1793–1830 J. M. Roberts
    16. Spain and Portugal, 1793 to c. 1840 Raymond Carr
    17. The Low Countries and Scandinavia J. A. van Houtte
    18. Russia, 1789–1825 J. M. K. Vyvyan
    19. The near East and Ottoman Empire, 1798–1830 C. W. Crawley
    20. Europe's relations with South and South-East Asia K. A. Ballhatchet
    21. Europe's economic and political relations with tropical Africa J. D. Fage
    22. The United States and the old world, 1794–1828 F. Thistlethwaite
    23. The emancipation of Latin America R. A. Humphreys, O.B.E.
    24. The final coalition and the congress of Vienna, 1813–15 E. V. Gulick
    25. International relations, 1815–30 C. W. Crawley
    Appendix
    Index.

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    C. W. Crawley

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    C. W. Crawley, R. M. Hartwell, N. H. Gibbs and C. C. Lloyd, H. G. Schenk, C. C. Gillispie, John Walsh, John Roach, David Thomas, F. W. Sternfield, Geoffrey Bruun, Jacques Godechot, Felix Markham, G. de Bertier de Sauvigny, W. H. Bruford, C. A. Macartney, J. M. Roberts, Raymond Carr, J. A. van Houtte, J. M. K. Vyvyan, C. W. Crawley, K. A. Ballhatchet, J. D. Fage, F. Thistlethwaite, R. A. Humphreys, O.B.E., E. V. Gulick

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