Heinemann Advanced History: The Wars of the Roses and Henry VII: England 1459-c.1513

Heinemann Advanced History: The Wars of the Roses and Henry VII: England 1459-c.1513

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Heinemann Advanced History has quickly established itself as a major series for AS and A-level students. As well as word-of-mouth success, it has been praised in journals such as the Times Educational Supplement and BBC History Magazine. What makes Heinemann Advanced History so attractive to teachers and students? - It's cost-effective. Each book offers complete coverage of one AS/A-level topic, so teachers and students buy the books that apply to their specific courses. - Thorough and up-to-date exam practice includes sample questions, advice on what makes a good answer and help for students on how to interpret the material, as well as and plan essays. - The expert authors have teaching and examination experience, giving teachers confidence in the series. PLUS: Profile-raising campaign. To include press advertising in New Perspective and Teaching History - making sure teachers are aware of the full range of 30 titles; and encouraging students to buy their own copies.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 175 x 246 x 12mm | 404g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Heinemann
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0435327429
  • 9780435327422
  • 553,781

Table of contents

The War of the Roses, 1459-61: the limits of polical instability. The first reign of Edward IV, 1461-71: improving stability. The second reign of Edward IV, 1471-83: stability achieved. The rise and fall of Richard III, 1483-85: a Yorkist civil war. Instability during the reign of Henry VII: pretenders, rebellions and threats from abroad. Henry VII and the personnel of government: nobility and the 'new men' Henry VII and the workings of government: Council, finance, Parliament and the Church England's relations with foreign powers during the reign of Henry VII: unhelpful alliances? 1509-1513: Henry VII's reign in context: the limits of his achievments.

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