The 16 volumes in this set, originally published between 1919 and 1998, draw together research by leading academics in the area of World Empires and provide an examination of related key issues. The books examine French Colonialism, the German Empire, and the Ottoman Empire, as well as the effect European colonialism had in Africa and Asia. This set will be of particular interest to students of world history.
Table of Contents
1. The Dissolution of the Colonial Empires Franz Ansprenger (1989) 2. The Shaping of the French Colonial Empire: A Bio-Bibliography of the Careers of Richelieu, Fouquet, and Colbert Philip P. Boucher (1985) 3. The German Empire 1867-1914: And the Unity Movement (Volume One) William Harbutt Dawson (1919) 4. The German Empire 1867-1914: And the Unity Movement (Volume Two) William Harbutt Dawson (1919) 5. Resistance in the Desert: Moroccan Responses to French Imperialism 1881-1912 Ross E. Dunn (1977) 6. Revisionism and Empire: Socialist Imperialism in Germany, 1897-1914 R. Fletcher (1984) 7. The Baltic States and the End of the Soviet Empire Kristian Gerner and Stefan Hedlund (1993) 8. Armenians in the Service of the Ottoman Empire: 1860-1908 Mesrob K. Krikorian (1977) 9. Struggle for Empire: A Bibliography of the French and Indian War James G. Lydon (1986) 10. The Colonial Epoch in Africa Edited by Gregory Maddox (1993) 11. Conquest and Resistance to Colonialism in Africa Edited by Gregory Maddox (1993) 12. The Builders of the Mogul Empire Michael Prawdin (1968) 13. France Overseas: A Study of Modern Imperialism Herbert Ingram Priestley (1966) 14. Images of Imperial Rule Hugh Ridley (1983) 15. The World Encompassed: The First European Maritime Empires c.800-1650 G. V. Scammell (1981) 16. Empire and Commerce in Africa: A Study in Economic Imperialism Leonard Sidney Woolf (1998)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.