From earliest times to the present day, Jeremy Black explores the rich history of the whole of the British Isles and how they have achieved their current identity. The third edition of this established concise text has been revised and updated throughout, and now contains more on social and cultural history and the British Empire.
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JEREMY BLACK is professor of History at the University of Exeter, UK. He is a leading authority on early modern British and continental European history, with special interest in international relations, military history, the press, and historical atlases. He is the author and editor of a number of books published by Palgrave Macmillan including "Eighteenth-Century Britain," 2nd edition (2008) and "War in the World: A Comparative History, 1450-1600" (2011).Review:
Praise for third edition: "Jeremy Black's concise history of the British Isles is extremely comprehensive and eminently readable. It possesses a helpful focus on political developments, economic history, and technological change but also pays considerable attention to social and cultural issues. It is an admirable attempt at both synthesis and explication." - Paul Deslandes, University of Vermont, USAReview of the first edition:"Do histories of Britain inevitably have to be histories of England?..This is exactly where Jeremy Black comes into his own, for he delivers the history of the archipelago which he promises...the perspective of the work is wider and fuller than that of any other recent history. Black's work is also remarkable for the sense which it conveys of the power of broad social and cultural change." - Times Educational Supplement
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