Churchill's History of the English-speaking Peoples

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Barnes & Noble Books, Jan 1, 1995 - History - 475 pages
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An authoritative survey of the history of English-speaking peoples throughout the world combines intriguing biographical profiles--of Alfred the Great, Victoria, Lincoln, and other notables--with an ... Read full review

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An authoritative survey of the history of English-speaking peoples throughout the world combines intriguing biographical profiles--of Alfred the Great, Victoria, Lincoln, and other notables--with an ... Read full review

Contents

The Island Race 1 Britannia
1
Subjugation
4
The Roman Province
8
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Henry Steele Commager was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 25, 1902. He was educated at the University of Chicago. He taught history at New York University, Columbia University, and Amherst College. In addition to lecturing at many universities throughout the world, he was Harmsworth Professor at Oxford University and Pitt Professor at Cambridge University, where he was also an honorary fellow at Peterhouse College. His writings range widely over such topics as education, the Civil War, civil liberties, the Enlightenment, and immigration. Many of his books reflect his keen interest in constitutional history and civil liberties. He was also a documentarian, who has said to consider Documents of American History (1934), the 1988 edition of which he coedited with Milton Cantor, to be his most significant contribution. He died on March 2, 1998.

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