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Age of Empire 1875 1914 B


Book Description
The Nineteenth Century is the topic of this book, with the French Revolution and the earlier American Revolution forming the axis which produced the new class of the liberal bourgeoisie. The author shows how this new class rose, succeeded and eventually fell.
Book Information
PublisherLittle Brown Paperbacks (a&C)
BindingPaperback (16 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages404
ISBN-100747403430
ISBN-13978-0747403432
Publication Date11/01/1991
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About E. J Hobsbawm (Author) : E. J Hobsbawm is a published author. Some of the published credits of E. J Hobsbawm include Captain Swing (Phoenix Press), The Age of Empire, 1875-1914 (History of Civilization).
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