Europe in the Central Middle Ages 962-1154
Europe in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
Europe in the High Middle Ages 1150-1300
Europe in the Seventeenth Century
The Decline of the Ancient World
Europe in the Eighteenth Century 1713-1789
Europe 1780 - 1830
Europe in the Nineteenth Century
By Christopher Brooke
January 10, 2000
This wide-ranging introduction to medieval Europe has been updated and revised. In his popular survey Brooke explores the variety of human experience in the period. He looks at society, economy, religious life and popular religion, learning, culture, as well as political events; the rise of the ...
By Denys Hay
October 16, 1989
The second edition of this highly successful textbook analyses the structure of later medieval society in Europe, identifies its main groups and their political programmes, and examines their impact on the political, economic and social history of the major European states. There are many additions...
By John H. Mundy
February 01, 2000
A revised and updated new edition of Professor Mundy's lively introduction to Europe 1150-1300. It provides a portrait of the social, economic, political and intellectual life of Latin Christendom in the period. Wherever possible the men and women of the high middle ages are allowed to speak for ...
By Donald Pennington
April 24, 1989
As before, the second edition of this widely-used survey is in two main parts. The first analyses the major themes of seventeenth-century European history on a continent-wide basis. The second part moves on to outline political, diplomatic and military events in the various states and nations of ...
By M.S. Anderson
September 28, 2000
For 1st and 2nd year undergraduate courses in Modern European History in departments of history. Also, higher level courses on enlightenment.This book provides a wide-ranging account and discussion of the history of Europe from 1713-1789. As well as political events, problems and institutions, it ...
By Franklin L. Ford
March 20, 1989
Europe 1780--1830 rapidly established itself as a standard introduction to European history in the age of the French Revolution and its aftermath when it first appeared. Now for the first time the book has been fully revised, updated and expanded. The half-century covered constitutes one of the ...
By Harry Hearder
July 18, 1988
The period between 1830 and 1880 was one of immense activity, radical political change, and striking economic and social growth in Europe. The major themes of the struggles between individuals, parties and classes within the state, and between the states themselves are explored within the context ...
By J.M. Roberts
October 06, 2000
Suitable for 19th and 20th century Europe/modern Europe undergraduate courses.This well-established and immensely successful book provides a standard introduction to the subject by one of Britain's most popular historians. Social, economic and social history are skillfully integrated within a ...