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Keith Robbins
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The British Isles 1901-19. has been added to your Cart. Keith Robbins is Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales, Lampeter, and Senior Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales.

The British Isles 1901-19. His publications include The First World War (OUP 1985) and A Bibliography of British History 1914-1989 (OUP 1996). Series: Short Oxford History of the British Isles. Paperback: 302 pages.

The 'British Isles' entered the twentieth century as a single state 'Great Britain and Ireland' with a 'British Empire' greater in extent and larger in population than the world had ever seen. The first fifty years of the new century saw vast change both at home and abroad, much of it theresult of Britain's involvement in the two world wars.

The British Isles 1901-1951 book. The British Isles 1901-1951 (Short Oxford History of the British Isles). 0198731965 (ISBN13: 9780198731962). The 'British Isles' entered the twentieth century as a single. The 'British Isles' entered the twentieth century as a single state 'Great Britain and Ireland' with a 'British Empire' greater in extent and larger in population than the world had ever seen. The first fifty years saw vast change. This volume presents a very different country in 1951 from what it had been in 1901.

Short Oxford History of the British Isles. The British Isles 1901-1951. Provides a fully integrated history of the British Isles fromm 1900-1951, with and introduction and conclusion by Keith Robbins which draw together central issues. Introduction: Halfway House - Isles and Empire over half a century, Keith Robbins 1: British Isles/British Empire: dual mandate/dual identity, Keith Jeffery 2: Electing the governors/the governance of the elect, Duncan Tanner 3: The British Way and Purpose, Keith Robbins 4: Being British: creeds and cultures, Siân Nicholas 5: Unity and disunity: the price of victory, David Dutton 6: Declining advantage

The British Isles 1901-1951 Robbins Oxford Academ 9780198731962 : The British Isles entered the twentieth .

The British Isles 1901-1951 Robbins Oxford Academ 9780198731962 : The British Isles entered the twentieth century as a single state Great Britain and Ireland with a British Empire greater in . Not only focusing on England, it attempts to deal with the histories of Wales, Ireland and Scotland in their own terms, whilst recognising that they too have political, religious and cultural divides.

Keith Robbins is Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales, Lampeter, and Senior Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales.

The 'British Isles' entered the twentieth century as a single state 'Great . Short Oxford History of the British Isles. The first fifty years of the new century saw vast change both at home and abroad, much of it the result of Britain's involvement in the two world wars.

Since 1945 Great Britain has experienced the loss of the empire, economic decline and recovery, entry into Europe, evolution into a multicultural society and devolution. In this book, six distinguished historians each take a theme and set out the fundamental nature and development of each. About the Author: Kathleen Burk is a Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, University College, London.

From the Vikings to the Normans (Short Oxford History of the British Isles),Wen. Since 1945 Great Britain has experienced the loss of the empire, economic decline and recovery, entry into Europe, evolution into a multicultural society and devolution

From the Vikings to the Normans (Short Oxford History of the British Isles),Wen. 42 rub. + 39. 4 rub p&p. The People's Peace: British History Since 1945,Kenneth O. Morgan. 20. 8 rub. Since 1945 Great Britain has experienced the loss of the empire, economic decline and recovery, entry into Europe, evolution into a multicultural society and devolution. Oxford University Press.

The Short Oxford History of the British Isles. New York: Oxford University Press. This study, of a traveller, his career as a professional boxer and British fascist is also explored through the concept of masculinity, adding further to the making and remaking of Beckett’s identity. Volume 34 Issue 1 - Tamara L. Hunt. The thesis is divided into three main sections. First racial, ethnic and national identity; second, masculinity; and third fascism.

The 'British Isles' entered the twentieth century as a single state 'Great Britain and Ireland' with a 'British Empire' greater in extent and larger in population than the world had ever seen. The first fifty years saw vast change. This volume presents a very different country in 1951 from what it had been in 1901. The chapters by different authors focus on politics, economics, society, wars, and foreign policy to emphasize the interconnectedness of all these developments. These clearly written expositions reflect on 'the British Way and Purpose' from different perspectives.