A History of the British Empire in the Nineteenth Century, Volume 2 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): The Campaigns of Wellington and the Policy of Castlereagh (1806-1825)

A History of the British Empire in the Nineteenth Century, Volume 2 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): The Campaigns of Wellington and the Policy of Castlereagh (1806-1825)

by Marcus Dorman
     
 
An engrossing portrait of an important era—when kingdoms were broken and rebuilt, new systems of government were invented, tried, and discarded, and treaties and laws were made and broken, and England played a key role in world’s affairs. Author Marcus Dorman also examines the literary and art movements of the time, as well as developments in industry.

Overview

An engrossing portrait of an important era—when kingdoms were broken and rebuilt, new systems of government were invented, tried, and discarded, and treaties and laws were made and broken, and England played a key role in world’s affairs. Author Marcus Dorman also examines the literary and art movements of the time, as well as developments in industry.


Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781411461925
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
04/26/2011
Series:
Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
408
File size:
501 KB

Meet the Author

Marcus Robert Phipps Dorman is the author of The Mind of the Nation: A Study of Political Thought in the Nineteenth Century (1900), From Matter to Mind, Ignorance: A Study of the Causes and Effects of Popular Thought and A Journal of a Tour in the Congo Free State (1905).


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