Events that Changed Great Britain Since 1689

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Frank W. Thackeray, John E. Findling
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002 - History - 217 pages
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This unique resource describes and evaluates ten of the most important events in British history between 1689 and the present. A full chapter is devoted to each event. Every chapter includes an introduction presenting factual information in a clear, concise, chronological order, and a longer interpretive essay exploring both the short term and far reaching ramifications of the event.

The ten events covered are: DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Industrial Revolution DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Seven Years' War DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Napoleonic Wars DEGREESL DEGREESDBL Pax Britannica DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Reform Act of 1832 DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Crystal Palace Exhibition DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Movement for Irish Independence and Woman Suffrage DEGREESL DEGREESDBL World War I DEGREESL DEGREESDBL World War II DEGREESL DEGREESDBL The Thatcher Era DEGREESL Coverage for each event also includes an annotated bibliography of works suitable for students and a full-page illustration. A glossary of terms, a timeline of British history since 1689, a chronological list of ruling houses and monarchs, and a chronological list of prime ministers help students to better understand

 

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Contents

The Thatcher Era 19791990
173
Glossary
193

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About the author (2002)

FRANK W. THACKERAY is Professor of History at Indiana University Southeast./e He is author of Antecedents of Revolution: Alexander I and the Polish Kingdom (1980) and the co-editor (with John E. Findling) of the Events That Changed the World series and the The Events That Changed America series, both published by Greenwood. Also with John E. Findling, he is co-editor of Statesmen Who Changed the World (1993). He and Findling are also series editors of the Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations series.

JOHN E. FINDLING is Professor of History at Indiana University Southeast. He is the author of Dictionary of American Diplomatic History (1980-89), Close Neighbors, Distant Friends: United States-Central American Relations (1987), and Chicago's Great World's Fairs (1995). With Kimberly D. Pelle, he co-edited Historical Dictionary of World's Fairs and Expositions, 1851-1988 (1990) and Historical Dictionary of the Modern Olympic Movement (1996). With Frank W. Thackeray, he is co-editor of the Events That Changed the World series and the Events That Changed America series and also series editor of the Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations series.

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