A comprehensive AS and A-level text on twentieth-century Britain, written by acknowledged experts -- under the editorial control of Derrick Murphy and the Institute of Contemporary British History (University of London) 1. Britain in 1914 2. The Liberal Party 1918-2000: Decline and revival 3. British foreign and imperial policy 1918-1939 4. Social and economic history 1918-1939 5. The Conservative Party 1918-1939 6. The Labour Party 1918-1939 7. The social and political impact of the Second World War: The Road to 1945 8. The decline of Empire and the rise of the Commonwealth 1945-2000 9. The Labour Party 1945-2000 10. The Conservative Party 1945-2000 11. The social and economic transformation of Britain 1945-2000 12. Britain and Europe 1945-2000 13. Anglo-Irish relations 1914-2000
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Derrick Murphy is Head of History, St Ambrose College, Altrincham, Cheshire; NEAB Chief Examiner; International Baccalaureate Examiner Gillian Staerck and Michael Kandiah work at the Institute of Contemporary British History. Graham Goodlad is Director of Studies, St John's College, Southsea. Simon Fowler lectures at Oxford University.Review:
TES review of the first book in the series (Britain 1815-1918): Put out more flags Hard-pressed heads of History with budgets to manage must have been waiting impatiently for years for someone to reinvent the one-volume textbook at a reasonable price. Collins have done it.
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Book Description Collins Educational, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0003271315
Book Description Collins Educational, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 3271315