The Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland

The Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland

Christopher Haigh / Jan 19, 2020

The Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland Seven chronological sections from prehistory to the present decade identify over eight hundred men and women through essential dates and facts Accompanying illustrations of dress housing and trans

  • Title: The Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland
  • Author: Christopher Haigh
  • ISBN: 9780521395526
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seven chronological sections, from prehistory to the present decade, identify over eight hundred men and women through essential dates and facts Accompanying illustrations of dress, housing, and transport help convey vivid pictures of each period.

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    About "Christopher Haigh"

      • Christopher Haigh

        Christopher Haigh is a British historian specialising in religion and politics around the English Reformation Until his retirement in 2009, he was Student and Tutor in Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford and University Lecturer at Oxford University He was educated at Churchill College, Cambridge and the University of Manchester.


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    1. nwhytevejournal/1849847I was really a bit disappointed. It was published in 1985, and rather shows its age. While there is a lot of useful detail, the system of two to six page essays with (unnumbered and confusingly referenced) notes placed in the middle gutter is not in fact very clearly structured. To get a sense of the full sequence and significance of crucial political developments, your eye has to dart back and forth across the columns. Norman Davies succeeded with the much bolder step of [...]


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