The Emergence of the European World
"Professor Fox has fashioned a book that is virtually unique in its clear narrative approach to the past three hundred years. It provides an essential foundation for people at any level in higher education who want a thoughtful overview of the role of the nation state in the making of the modern world." Jozef W. Konvitz, Michigan State University
"One of the master scholar teachers of our generation. In The Emergence of the Modern European World he has distilled a lifetime of study and thinking about European history. He covers all major issues from the eighteenth century to the present with a felicitous combination of balance and dynamism." Stephen A. Schuker, Brandeis University
1. The Dawn of the Modern World.
2. The Eighteenth Century.
3. The French Revolution.
4. The Industrial Revolution.
5. The Napoleonic Empire.
6. The Concert of Europe.
7. Pax Britannica.
8. The Demographic Revolution.
9. The Consolidation and Expansion of Europe.
10. Peace or War.
11. A World Safe for Democracy.
12. The Second World War.
13. The Postwar Decade.
14. The Emergence of the Modern World.
Suggestions for Further Reading.
Number Of Pages: 516
Published: 1st November 1991
Publisher: BLACKWELL PUBL
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.85 x 16.17 x 3.08
Edition Number: 1