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This series covers Europe from the decline of the Roman Empire to 1945. Each volume has been revised to take account of recent scholarship. This volume is a broad survey of European history between 1780-1830 which discusses (on a regional or continent-wide basis) social, economic, administrative and intellectual themes as they relate to political events. It encompasses the French Revolution, the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Congress of Vienna in 1815. The book is intended for students in upper school and institutions of higher education on modern European history courses.
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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 almost 20 years ago.The half-century covered by the book constitutes one of the most complex, eventful and rapid periods of demolition and change to be found anywhere in Europe's past.Professor Ford explores the tensions throughout; and he gives his readers a powerful sense of the extraordinary energy, in every aspect of human activity, that characterized the time.
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Book Description Addison-Wesley Longman Ltd, 1989. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0582033780