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Series: New Cambridge Modern History

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The New Cambridge Modern History 01: The Renaissance 1493-1520 by G. R. Potter1
The New Cambridge Modern History 02: The Reformation 1520-1559 by G. R. Elton2
The New Cambridge Modern History 03: Counter-Reformation and Price Revolution 1559-1610 by R. B. Wernham3
The New Cambridge Modern History 04: The Decline of Spain and the Thirty Years War 1609-48/59 by J. P. Cooper4
The New Cambridge Modern History 05: The Ascendancy of France 1648-88 by F. L. Carsten5
The New Cambridge Modern History 06: The Rise of Great Britain and Russia 1688-1725 by J. S. Bromley6
The New Cambridge Modern History 07: The Old Regime 1713-63 by J. O. Lindsay7
The New Cambridge Modern History 08: The American and French Revolutions 1763-93 by A. Goodwin8
The New Cambridge Modern History 09: War and Peace in an Age of Upheaval 1793-1830 by C. W. Crawley9
The New Cambridge Modern History 10: The Zenith of European Power 1830-70 by J. P. T. Bury10
The New Cambridge Modern History 11: Material Progress and World-Wide Problems 1870-98 by F. H. Hinsley11
The Era of Violence 1898-1945 by C.L. Mowat12
The New Cambridge Modern History 13: Companion Volume by Peter Burke13
The New Cambridge Modern History 14: Atlas by H. C. Darby14
The New Cambridge Modern History Set by G. R. Potter1-12

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Recommendations

  1. Early Modern Europe 1500-1789 by H. G. Koenigsberger (1987)
  2. The Cambridge Medieval History, Volume IV: The Byzantine Empire. Part II. Government, Church & Civilisation by J. M. Hussey (1967)
  3. The Thirty Years' War by Geoffrey Parker (1950)
  4. The New Cambridge Medieval History, Vol. 2: c. 700-c. 900 by Rosamond McKitterick (1995)
  5. The Cambridge Ancient History Volume 2, Part 1: The Middle East and the Aegean Region, c.1800-1380 BC by I. E. S. Edwards (1973)
  6. Europe Since Napoleon by David Thomson (1957)
  7. The Making of Modern Europe, 1648-1780 by Geoffrey Treasure (1985)
  8. Napoleon, for and against by Pieter Geyl (1949)
  9. Europe: Privilege and Protest, 1730-1789 by Olwen H. Hufton (1980)
  10. The Wheels of Commerce by Fernand Braudel (1979)
  11. The Cambridge Ancient History Volume IV The Persian Empire and The West by J. B. Bury (1926)
  12. Europe Divided 1559-1598 by J. H. Elliott (1968)
  13. The Thirty Years War by C. V. Wedgwood (1938)
  14. The Origins of Modern Science by Herbert Butterfield (1949)
  15. The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance by John Rigby Hale (1973)

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