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Men and the Emergence of Polite Society, Britain 1660-1800

by Philip (Research Editor, New Dic Carter

This book presents an account of masculinity in eighteenth century Britain. In particular it is concerned with the impact of an emergent polite society on notions of manliness and the gentleman.

From the 1660s...


Longman Companion to Imperial Russia, 1689-1917

by David Longley

This is the first book of its kind to draw together information on the major events in Russian history from 1695 to 1917 - covering the eventful period from the accession of Peter the Great to the fall of Nicholas...


The Soviet Union under Brezhnev

by William J. Tompson

The Soviet Union Under Brezhnev provides an accessible post-Soviet perspective on the history of the USSR from the mid-1960's to the mid-1980's. It challenges both the 'evil empire' image of the USSR that was...


Women and Ageing in British Society since 1500

by Lynn Botelho & Pat Thane

Women have always made up the majority of older people: this examination of the lives of elderly women in Britain in the period 1500 to the present reveals attitudes towards the ageing process. It sheds light...


Unemployment in Britain Between the Wars

by Stephen Constantine

Drawing on a range of contemporary evidence, Stephen Constantine studies the nature and causes of unemployment in Britain during the 1920s and 1930s, and analyzes the failure of successive inter-war governments...


Lancastrians and Yorkists: The Wars of the Roses

by D.R. Cook

This concise, lucid study charts the complex sequence of events we know today as the War of the Roses. In the thematic chapters of the third section the author assesses the motives and relationships of the principal...


Practical Visionaries: Women, Education and Social Progress, 1790-1930

by Pam Hirsch & Mary Hilton

An examination of women educationists in nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain. Working with new paradigms opened up by feminist scholarship, it reveals how women leaders were determined to transform...


Women in Twentieth-Century Britain: Social, Cultural and Political Change

by Ina Zweigiger-Bargielowska

Women's lives have changed dramatically over the course of the twentieth century: reduced fertility and the removal of formal barriers to their participation in education, work and public life are just some...


The Stasi: Myth and Reality

by Mike Dennia & Norman Laporte

The East German Ministry of State Security, popularly known as the Stasi, was one of the largest and most intrusive secret police systems in world history. So extensive was the system of surveillance and control...


Evolution of the British Party System: 1885-1940

by Robert C. Self

By the end of the nineteenth century, reform and development of the British electoral system had inaugurated a new style of mass politics which fundamentally transformed the face of the British party system....


Everyday Violence in Britain, 1850-1950: Gender and Class

by Shani D'Cruze & Ivor Crewe

The diverse violence of modern Britain is hardly new. The Britain of 1850 to 1950 was similarly afflicted. The book is divided into four parts.

 

'Getting Hurt' which looks at everyday violence in the home (including...


Gender, Power and Privilege in Early Modern Europe: 1500 - 1700

by Penny Richards & Jessica Munns

Surveying court life and urban life, warfare, religion, and peace, this book provides a comprehensive history of how gender was experienced in early modern Europe.

Gender, Power and Privilege in Early Modern...


Britain's Colonial Wars, 1688-1783

by Bruce Lenman

First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Russia in the Age of Reaction and Reform 1801-1881

by David Saunders

This eagerly awaited study of Russia under Alexander I, Nicholas I and Alexander II -- the Russia of War and Peace and Anna Karenina -- brings the series near to completion. David Saunders examines Russia's...


Russia in the Age of Modernisation and Revolution 1881 - 1917

by H. Rogger

Hans Rogger's study of Russia under the last two Tsars takes as its starting point what the Russians themselves saw as the central issue confronting their nation: the relationship between state and society,...


Gender Relations in Early Modern England

by Laura Gowing

This concise and accessible book explores the history of gender in England between 1500 and 1700. Amidst the political and religious disruptions of the Reformation and the Civil War, sexual difference and gender...


The Housekeeper's Tale: The Women Who Really Ran the English Country House

by Tessa Boase

Working as a housekeeper was one of the most prestigious jobs a nineteenth and early twentieth century woman could want - and also one of the toughest. A far cry from the Downton Abbey fiction, the real life...


Bannockburn: Scotland's Greatest Battle for Independence

by Angus Konstam

The Battle of Bannockburn on the 23 June 1314 is arguably the most seminal event in Scottish history, and one of the least understood. Bannockburn is a battle that helped define the Britain we know today. Seven...


The Gentleman Usher: The Life & Times of George Dempster 1712-1818

by John Evans

George Dempster was a giant of a man who became one of the best-known and most deservedly popular Scotsman of his day. He served for thirty years as a Member of Parliament in Westminster and was closely involved...


Our Land at War: The Story of Britain's First World War Sites

by Nick Bosanquet

The First World War was a human catastrophe but it also saw a dynamic development of new weapons and a new kind of war; between the lions and the donkeys came the managers - and the workers - who transformed...