The Oxford History of Britain

The Oxford History of Britain

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This one-volume history of Britain tells the story of Britain and her peoples over two thousand years, from the Roman invasion to the present day. The work contains contributions from several historians who explore the relationship between the political, economic, social and cultural transformations in British history. The book reveals the changes which took place in every period and also the pattern of continuity in British cultural and social ideals. This edition, based on the text of the "Oxford illustrated history of Britain", has been updated with a final chapter by Kenneth O. Morgan on the 20th century. Besides maps, the work also contains, genealogies of monarchs and a table of Prime Ministers. Kenneth O.Morgan is also the author of: "Consensus and disunity: the Lloyd George coalition government, 1918-22" and "Labour people: leaders and lieutenants, Hardie to Kinnock".show more

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  • Paperback | 758 pages
  • 129.54 x 190.5 x 45.72mm | 498.95g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford Paperbacks
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 18 maps, bibliography
  • 0192852027
  • 9780192852021

About Kenneth O. Morgan

About the Editor Kenneth O. Morgan is Fellow and Praelector of The Queen's College, University of Oxford. He is the author of several books on British history, including Consensus and Disunity: The Lloyd George Coalition Government 1918-1922 and Labour People: Leaders and Lieutenants, Hardie to Kinnock.show more

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