Revolutionary Europe 1780–1850
Jonathan Sperber’s Revolutionary Europe 1780–1850 is a history of Europe in the age of the French Revolution, from the end of the old regime to the outcome of the revolutions of 1848. Fully revised and updated, this second edition provides a continent-wide history of the key political events and social transformation that took place within this turbulent period, extending as far as their effects within the European colonial society of the Caribbean.
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Revolutionary Europe 1780–1850 is the perfect introduction for students of the history of the French Revolution and the history of Europe more broadly.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - samstark - LibraryThing
I picked up this textbook after reading Sperber's great short survey of the revolutions of 1848 and am not disappointed. It's clearly organized and vigorously argued, subtle and creative in the many ... Read full review