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The British Imperial Century, 1815-1914: Imperialism from the Perspective of World History by Timothy Parsons
A Concise History of Euthanasia: Life, Death, God, and Medicine by Ian Dowbiggin
A Concise History of the French Revolution (Critical Issues in World and International History) by Sylvia Neely
Europe's Reformations, 1450-1650 by James D. Tracy
The Great Encounter of China and the West, 1500-1800 by D. E. Mungello
The Idea of Capitalism Before the Industrial Revolution by Richard Grassby
Magic and Superstition in Europe: A Concise History from Antiquity to the Present by Michael D. Bailey
The New Concise History of the Crusades by Thomas F. Madden
The Norman Conquest: England after William the Conqueror by Hugh M. Thomas
Peter the Great (Critical Issues in World and International History) by Paul Bushkovitch
The Vikings: Wolves of War by Martin Arnold
War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust by Doris L. Bergen
The Work of France: Labor and Culture in Early Modern Times, 1350-1800 by James Richard Farr

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Recommendations

  1. Charlemagne's Courtier: The Complete Einhard by Paul Edward Dutton (1998)
  2. The English and the Norman Conquest by Ann Williams (1995)
  3. Reformation Europe: Age of Reform and Revolution by De Lamar Jensen (1981)
  4. Manufacturing Confucianism: Chinese Traditions and Universal Civilization by Lionel M. Jensen (1997)
  5. The Holocaust: Problems & Perspective of Interpretation by Donald L. Niewyk (1992)
  6. The Lion's Share (4th Edition) by Bernard Porter (1975)
  7. The Revolution of Peter the Great by James Cracraft (2003)
  8. Night's Black Agents: Witches Wizards and the Dead in the Ancient World by Daniel Ogden (2008)
  9. French Revolution for Beginners by Martin McCrory (1983)
  10. The Sextants of Beijing: Global Currents in Chinese History by Joanna Waley-Cohen (1999)
  11. Twilight of the old order, 1774-1778 by Claude Manceron (1972)
  12. The Oxford history of the British Empire, Volume 1 : The Origins of Empire by Nicholas P. Canny (1998)
  13. Divided by Faith: Religious Conflict and the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe by Benjamin J. Kaplan (2007)
  14. Spiritual & Demonic Magic: from Ficino to Campanella by D. P. Walker (1958)
  15. Understanding Imperial Russia by Marc Raeff (1984)

Series description

Published by Rowman and Littlefield; edited by Morris Rossabi. This is one of two successor series to Rowman and Littlefield's earlier "Critical Issues in History" series. The other successor series is "Critical Issues in American History."

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