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BK
1st pub.
Harlow : Longman, 1991
188 s. : il., mapy ; 26 cm

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ISBN 0-582-74914-X (brož.)
Obsahuje rejstřík
000041003
Contents // Earliest times // Chapter 1 The foundation stones 3 The island / Britain’s prehistory / The Celts / The Romans / Roman life // Chapter 2 The Saxon invasion 11 The invaders / Government and society / Christianity: the partnership of Church and state / The Vikings / Who should be king? // Chapter 3 The Celtic kingdoms 18 // Wales / Ireland / Scotland // The early Middle Ages // Chapter 4 j’C Conquest and feudal rule 23 The Norman Conquest / Feudalism / Kingship: a family business / Magna Carta // and the decline of feudalism // Chapter 5 The power of the kings of England 29 Church and state / The beginnings of Parliament / Dealing with the Celts // Chapter 6 Government and society 34 The growth of government / Law and justice / Religious beliefs / Ordinary people in country and town / The growth of towns as centres of wealth / Language, // literature and culture // The late Middle Ages // Chapter 7 The century of war, plague and disorder 43 War with Scotland and France / The age of chivalry / The century of plagues / The poor in revolt / Heresy and orthodoxy // Chapter 8 The crisis of kings and nobles 51 The crisis of kingship / Wales in revolt / The struggle in France / The Wars of the Roses / Scotland // Chapter 9 Government and society 57 // Government and society / The condition of women / Language and culture // The Tudors // Chapter 10 The birth of the nation state 67 The new monarchy / The Reformation / The Protestant-Catholic struggle // Chapter 11 England and her neighbours 73 The new foreign policy / The new trading empire / Wales / Ireland / Scotland and England / Mary Queen of Scots and the Scottish Reformation / A Scottish king for England // Chapter 12 Government and society 79 Tudor parliaments / Rich and poor in town and country / Domestic“life / Language and culture // The Stuarts //
Chapter 13 Crown and Parliament Parliament against the Crown / Religious disagreement / Civil war 87 // Chapter 14 Republican and Restoration Britain Republican Britain / Catholicism, the Crown and the new constitutional monarchy / Scotland and Ireland / Foreign relations 92 // Chapter 15 Life and thought The revolution in thought / Life and work in the Stuart age / Family life 98 // The eighteenth century // Chapter 16 The political world Politics and finance / Wilkes and liberty / Radicalism and the loss of the American colonies / Ireland / Scotland 107 // Chapter 17 Life in town and country Town life ¦ The rich / The countryside / Family life 114 // Chapter 18 The years of revolution Industrial revolution / Society and religion / Revolution in France and the Napoleonic Wars 121 // The nineteenth century // Chapter 19 The years of power and danger The danger at home, 1815-32 / Reform / Workers revolt / Family life 131 // Chapter 20 The years of self-confidence The railway / The rise of the middle classes / The growth of towns and cities / Population and politics / Queen and monarchy / Queen and empire’“1 Wales, Scotland and Ireland 138 // Chapter 21 The end of an age Social and economic improvements / The importance of sport / Changes in thinking / The end of “England’s summer” / The storm clouds of war 151 // The twentieth century // Chapter 22 Britain at war The First World War / The rise of the Labour Party / The rights of women / Ireland / Disappointment and depression / The Second World War 159 // Chapter 23 The age of uncertainty The new international order / The welfare state / Youthful Britain / A popular monarchy / The loss of empire / Britain, Europe and the United States / Northern Ireland / Scotland and Wales / The years of discontent / The new politics / Britain: past, present and future 168

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