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Explaining Britain and Her Empire: 1851-1914

Explaining Britain and Her Empire: 1851-1914

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In the six decades between 1851 and 1914 Britain was transformed by industrialisation and empire. Her politics, society, culture and economy all underwent a radical transition. This is an Explaining History e-book written specifically for A level students to help them master this complex and challenging period of study. It covers
* The evolution of the party system in Victorian Britain
* The development of working class culture and politics
* The expansion of empire and the rise in international tensions
* Everyday life for Victorian people of differing social classes
* The impact of the industrial revolution
* The growth in the franchise
* Unrest in Ireland and the issue of home rule
* Liberal and Conservative social reforms
* Popular imperialism
* The causes of the First World War.
The e-book also contains a link to a resources web page with downloadable study aids, exam help and essay writing guides.

Keywords: First World War, Bismarck, Disraeli, Congress of Berlin, Scramble for Africa, Balkan Crisis, Kaiser, Franco Prussian War, Morocco Crisis, Dreadnought Race, July Crisis, Balkan Wars

Author(s)
Publisher
Andrews UK
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Explaining History
Page amount
151 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781785382420

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