Europe Since Napoleon #2020

Europe Since Napoleon David Thomson Europe Since Napoleon A history of Europe since Napoleon covering all of the main topics of that period

  • Title: Europe Since Napoleon
  • Author: David Thomson
  • ISBN: 9780140135619
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Europe Since Napoleon David Thomson A history of Europe since Napoleon, covering all of the main topics of that period.
    Europe Since Napoleon David Thomson

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    One thought on “Europe Since Napoleon”

    1. This is an old favourite, and perhaps the only reason behind me dropping a star is its not up to date nature I had used this book as a primer cum refernce for European history, while preparing for the Civil Services exam, and still have fond memories of its dense no nonsense prose, punctuated by Maps, and reassuringly substantial feel, that no matter what you might be looking for, ther would be some idea here that may guide you Big, bold, and brave that s how I would like to remember this volume [...]

    2. One of the best books on Modern European History It focuses on concepts than events Thompson s prose is also commendable and that makes reading this mammoth of a book a pleasant experience for history enthusiasts and keen students of the subject.

    3. A book of a lifetime Perfect combination of sound, well researched, lucidly articulated academic information and with high speed thrill and suspense of any mystery thriller novel Wish there were such history books.

    4. An extremely coherent and readable review of the history of Europe Although the latter part is a bit dated now, it was published in 1966, the material contained is comprehensive and provides a very good overview of the major post war developments In short, this is a very good presentation of a significant period in the history of the European continent, and there is much to commend it The volume is lavishly illustrated with maps and charts, and it contains and extensive categorised bibliography [...]

    5. Broad in its scope and fascinating in its depths, Thomson s study of the changes in Europe since the fall of Napoleon in 1815, is an interesting read However his style is perhaps too much akin to a textbook, leaving the reader fatigued with dates Although this makes it a great reference book.

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