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Series: The Rise of Modern Europe

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The Dawn of a New Era, 1250–1453 by Edward P. Cheyney1250-1453
The World of Humanism, 1453–1517 by Myron P. Gilmore1453-1517
The Protestant Reformation, 1517–1559 by Lewis William Spitz1517-1559
The Counter Reformation, 1559–1610 by Marvin R. O'Connell1559-1610
The Age of the Baroque, 1610–1660 by Carl J. Friedrich1610-1660
The Triumph of Science and Reason, 1660–1685 by Frederick L. Nussbaum1660-1685
The Emergence of the Great Powers, 1685–1715 by John B. Wolf1685-1715
The Quest for Security, 1715–1740 by Penfield Roberts1715-1740
Competition for Empire, 1740–1763 by Walter L. Dorn1740-1763
From Despotism to Revolution, 1763–1789 by Leo Gershoy1763-1789
A Decade of Revolution, 1789–1799 by Crane Brinton1789-1799
Europe and the French Imperium, 1799–1814 by Geoffrey Bruun1799-1814
Reaction & Revolution, 1814–1832 by Frederick B. Artz1814-1832
Political and Social Upheaval, 1832–1852 by William L. Langer1832-1852
Realism and Nationalism, 1852–1871 by Robert C. Binkley1852-1871
A Generation of Materialism, 1871–1900 by Carlton J. H. Hayes1871-1900
The Great Illusion, 1900–1914 by Oron James Hale1900-1914
The World in the Crucible, 1914–1919 by Bernadotte Everly Schmitt1914-1919
A Broken World, 1919–1939 by Raymond James Sontag1919-1939
The Ordeal of Total War, 1939–1945 by Gordon Wright1939-1945

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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