An examination of the links between radicalism in Victorian England, and the Risorgimento movement in Italy.
ISBN10 : 0861933222 , ISBN13 : 9780861933228
Page Number : 264
Warfare in the modern era has often been described in terms of national armies fighting national wars. This volume challenges the view by examining transnational aspects of military mobilization from
ISBN10 : 1137296631 , ISBN13 : 9781137296634
Page Number : 263
Traces the changing identity and ownership of the important city of Trieste in a turbulent period.
ISBN10 : 086193279X , ISBN13 : 9780861932795
Page Number : 204
This book offers a unique and fascinating examination of British and Irish responses to Italian independence and unification in the mid-nineteenth century. Chapters explore the interplay of religion,
ISBN10 : 1137297727 , ISBN13 : 9781137297723
Page Number : 233
Germany and the Soviet Union concluded the treaty of Rapallo together within five years of their defeat in the First World War. The resulting fear of Soviet-German co-operation cast a long shadow over
ISBN10 : 1843838400 , ISBN13 : 9781843838401
Page Number : 211
Examination of welfare during the last years of the Poor Law, bringing out the impact of poverty on particular sections of society - the lone mother and the elderly.
ISBN10 : 0861933141 , ISBN13 : 9780861933143
Page Number : 190
The first systematic analysis of the early nineteenth-century allotment movement.
ISBN10 : 0861932560 , ISBN13 : 9780861932566
Page Number : 287
An exploration of Labour's 1931 pledge to create a planned socialist economy and the reasons for its failure to do so.
ISBN10 : 0861932625 , ISBN13 : 9780861932627
Page Number : 268
Re-imagining Democracy in the Age of Revolutions charts a transformation in the way people thought about democracy in the North Atlantic region in the years between the American Revolution and the rev
ISBN10 : 019164661X , ISBN13 : 9780191646614
Page Number : 256
The common perception of the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707 as a "political job", stitched up by a corrupt Scottish elite behind closed doors, is robustly challenged in this study, which shows how publi
ISBN10 : 9780861932894 , ISBN13 : 0861932897
Page Number : 193