What If? II

Original Synopsis

"What If? II has a total of 448 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Cowley'. What if Lincoln didn't abolish slavery? What if an assassin succeeded in killing FDR in 1933? This volume presents 25 intriguing "what if..." scenarios by some of today's greatest historical minds-including James Bradley, Caleb Carr, James Chace, Theodore F. Cook, Jr., Carlos M.N. Eire, George Feifer, Thomas Fleming, Richard B. Frank, Victor Davis Hanson, Cecelia Holland, Alistair Horne, David Kahn, Robert Katz, John Lukacs, William H. McNeill, Lance Morrow, Williamson Murray, Josiah Ober, Robert L. O'Connell, Geoffrey Parker, Theodore K. Rabb, Andrew Roberts, Roger Spiller, Geoffrey C. Ward, and Tom Wicker. 2002-10-01 time of publication of the book, [-Penguin-]"

Publisher : Penguin
Pages : 448 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : qMKSfBdS9LwC
ISBN-10 : 9781101220795
ISBN-13 : 1101220791
Time : 2002-10-01
Author : Robert Cowley
Size : 684 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland has a total of pages which are papers from writer ''. Index of archaeological papers published in 1891, under the direction of the Congress of Archaeological Societies in union with the Society of Antiquaries. 1855 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Archaeology
No.ID : R4zHAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015074814610
Time : 1855
Author :
Size : 574 KB/s
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Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society

Original Synopsis

"Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Kilkenny Archaeological Society'. 1855 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Ireland
No.ID : FDgGAAAAQAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : OXFORD:303272283
Time : 1855
Author : Kilkenny Archaeological Society
Size : 449 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"The Electronic Church in the Digital Age: Cultural Impacts of Evangelical Mass Media [2 volumes] has a total of 611 pages which are papers from writer 'Mark Ward Sr.'. This two-volume set investigates the evangelical presence in America as experienced through digital media, examining current evangelical ideologies regarding education, politics, family, and government. • Compares and contrasts evangelical media across time and across platforms • Provides insight into the influence of the electronic church in the digital age • Documents the reach of the electronic church through radio, TV, and digital media • Reports what evangelical mass media is saying about today's key issues • Considers how voices within religious mass media persuade or dissuade the American public with their discourse 2015-11-10 time of publication of the book, [-ABC-CLIO-]"

Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Pages : 611 Paper
Genre : Religion
No.ID : 0s6qCgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1440829918
ISBN-13 : 9781440829918
Time : 2015-11-10
Author : Mark Ward Sr.
Size : 397 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Journal

Original Synopsis

"Journal has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland'. 1855 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Ireland
No.ID : 6BsvAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : NYPL:33433069331852
Time : 1855
Author : Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
Size : 346 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"The Life of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington by J. H. Stocqueler has a total of 401 pages which are papers from writer ''. 1853 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 401 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : XKykVMEEfjMC
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : IBNN:BN000643131
Time : 1853
Author :
Size : 199 KB/s
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Debating Tudor policy in sixteenth-century Ireland

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"Debating Tudor policy in sixteenth-century Ireland has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'David Heffernan'. Ireland was conquered and gradually colonized by the Tudors during the sixteenth century. This much is clear but whether or not this was the actual goal of English policy in Ireland at that time has long been debated by historians. Debating Tudor policy in sixteenth-century Ireland examines a set of sources which provide a unique insight into English rule in Tudor Ireland. These are policy papers or treatises written at the time on how to 'reform' Ireland and bring it under greater crown control. The study constitutes the first systematic study of the approximately six-hundred such treatises to have survived. In doing so it sheds light on how the Tudors arrived at the policies they decided to implement in Ireland and examines how English officials and other parties within Ireland viewed the Irish and the country at that time. 2018-06-01 time of publication of the book, [-Oxford University Press-]"

Publisher : Oxford University Press
Pages : Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : N_NdDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1526118181
ISBN-13 : 9781526118189
Time : 2018-06-01
Author : David Heffernan
Size : 299 KB/s
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What If? II

Original Synopsis

"What If? II has a total of 427 pages which are papers from writer 'James Bradley, Robert Cowley'. A second volume of historical speculation by experts in the field wonders what if Socrates had died on the battlefield at Delium or Eisenhower had finished off the Nazis in 1944, among other intriguing scenarios. 2002 time of publication of the book, [-Penguin-]"

Publisher : Penguin
Pages : 427 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : Umc4ti7F_LIC
ISBN-10 : 9780425186138
ISBN-13 : 042518613X
Time : 2002
Author : James Bradley, Robert Cowley
Size : 887 KB/s
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What Ifs? Of American History

Original Synopsis

"What Ifs? Of American History has a total of 320 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Cowley'. Did Eisenhower avoid a showdown with Stalin by not taking Berlin before the Soviets? What might have happened if JFK hadn't been assassinated? This new volume in the widely praised series presents fascinating "what if..." scenarios by such prominent historians as: Robert Dallek, Caleb Carr, Antony Beevor, John Lukacs, Jay Winick, Thomas Fleming, Tom Wicker, Theodore Rabb, Victor David Hansen, Cecelia Holland, Andrew Roberts, Ted Morgan, George Feifer, Robert L. O'Connell, Lawrence Malkin, and John F. Stacks. Included are two essential bonus essays reprinted from the original New York Times bestseller What If?-David McCullough imagines Washington's disastrous defeat at the Battle of Long Island, and James McPherson envisions Lee's successful invasion of the North in 1862. 2004-09-07 time of publication of the book, [-Penguin-]"

Publisher : Penguin
Pages : 320 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : wVmtloSHqXkC
ISBN-10 : 1101204702
ISBN-13 : 9781101204702
Time : 2004-09-07
Author : Robert Cowley
Size : 451 KB/s
Format : EPUB and PDF

Original Synopsis

"[The collected works ] ; The collected works of Abraham Cowley. Vol. 2, Poems (1656) : Pt. 1. The mistress has a total of 649 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas O. Calhoun'. 1993 time of publication of the book, [-University of Delaware Press-]"

Publisher : University of Delaware Press
Pages : 649 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : vaPEKoR4O5gC
ISBN-10 : 9780874134087
ISBN-13 : 0874134080
Time : 1993
Author : Thomas O. Calhoun
Size : 817 KB/s
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Enforcing the English Reformation in Ireland

Original Synopsis

"Enforcing the English Reformation in Ireland has a total of 376 pages which are papers from writer 'James Murray'. This text examines the efforts of the Tudor regime to implement the English Reformation in Ireland during the sixteenth century. 2011-07-21 time of publication of the book, [-Cambridge University Press-]"

Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Pages : 376 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : kvFpuRoiL24C
ISBN-10 : 0521369940
ISBN-13 : 9780521369947
Time : 2011-07-21
Author : James Murray
Size : 188 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Gabriel's Rebellion

Original Synopsis

"Gabriel's Rebellion has a total of 280 pages which are papers from writer 'Douglas R. Egerton'. Gabriel's Rebellion tells the dramatic story of what was perhaps the most extensive slave conspiracy in the history of the American South. Douglas Egerton illuminates the complex motivations that underlay two related Virginia slave revolts: the first, in 1800, led by the slave known as Gabriel; and the second, called the 'Easter Plot,' instigated in 1802 by one of his followers. Although Gabriel has frequently been portrayed as a messianic, Samson-like figure, Egerton shows that he was a literate and highly skilled blacksmith whose primary goal was to destroy the economic hegemony of the 'merchants,' the only whites he ever identified as his enemies. According to Egerton, the social, political, and economic disorder of the Revolutionary era weakened some of the harsh controls that held slavery in place during colonial times. Emboldened by these conditions, a small number of literate slaves--most of them highly skilled artisans--planned an armed insurrection aimed at destroying slavery in Virginia. The intricate scheme failed, as did the Easter Plot that stemmed from it, and Gabriel and many of his followers were hanged. By placing the revolts within the broader context of the volatile political currents of the day, Egerton challenges the conventional understanding of race, class, and politics in the early days of the American republic. 2000-11-09 time of publication of the book, [-UNC Press Books-]"

Publisher : UNC Press Books
Pages : 280 Paper
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
No.ID : xZL4AAAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0807864188
ISBN-13 : 9780807864180
Time : 2000-11-09
Author : Douglas R. Egerton
Size : 349 KB/s
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Reputation and Representation in Fifteenth Century Europe

Original Synopsis

"Reputation and Representation in Fifteenth Century Europe has a total of 357 pages which are papers from writer 'Douglas L. Biggs, Sharon D. Michalove, Albert Compton Reeves, Richard III Society. American Branch'. This volume deals with political, military, social, architectural, and literary aspects of fifteenth-century England. The essays contained in the volume range across the century from some of the leading scholars currently working in the period. With contributions by Mark Arvanigian, Kelly DeVries, Sharon Michalove, Harry Schnitker, Charlotte Bauer-Smith, Candace Gregory, Helen Maurer, Karen Bezella-Bond, E. Kay Harris, Daniel Thiery, John Leland, Peter Fleming, Virginia K. Henderson. 2004-01-01 time of publication of the book, [-BRILL-]"

Publisher : BRILL
Pages : 357 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : 1u0IbUhZTBYC
ISBN-10 : 9004136134
ISBN-13 : 9789004136137
Time : 2004-01-01
Author : Douglas L. Biggs, Sharon D. Michalove, Albert Compton Reeves, Richard III Society. American Branch
Size : 743 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and PDF

Original Synopsis

"Sixteenth-Century Ireland (New Gill History of Ireland 2) has a total of 413 pages which are papers from writer 'Colm Lennon'. Colm Lennon’s Sixteenth-Century Ireland, the second instalment in the New Gill History of Ireland series, looks at how the Tudor conquest of Ireland by Henry VIII and the country’s colonisation by Protestant settlers led to the incomplete conquest of Ireland, laying the foundations for the sectarian conflict that persists to this day. In 1500, most of Ireland lay outside the ambit of English royal power. Only a small area around Dublin, The Pale, was directly administered by the crown. The rest of the island was run in more or less autonomous fashion by Anglo-Norman magnates or Gaelic chieftains. By 1600, there had been a huge extension of English royal power. First, the influence of the semi-independent magnates was broken; second, in the 1590s crown forces successfully fought a war against the last of the old Gaelic strongholds in Ulster. The secular conquest of Ireland was, therefore, accomplished in the course of the century. But the Reformation made little headway. The Anglo-Norman community remained stubbornly Catholic, as did the Gaelic nation. Their loss of political influence did not result in the expropriation of their lands. Most property still remained in Catholic hands. England’s failure to effect a revolution in church as well as in state meant that the conquest of Ireland was incomplete. The seventeenth century, with its wars of religion, was the consequence. Sixteenth-Century Ireland: Table of Contents Introduction Town and County in the English Part of Ireland, c.1500 Society and Culture in Gaelic Ireland The Kildares and their Critics Kildare Power and Tudor Intervention, 1520–35 Religion and Reformation, 1500–40 Political and Religious Reform and Reaction, 1536–56 The Pale and Greater Leinster, 1556–88 Munster: Presidency and Plantation, 1565–95 Connacht: Council and Composition, 1569–95 Ulster and the General Crisis of the Nine Years’ War, 1560–1603 From Reformation to Counter-Reformation, 1560–1600 2005-09-27 time of publication of the book, [-Gill & Macmillan Ltd-]"

Publisher : Gill & Macmillan Ltd
Pages : 413 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : gPH4AwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0717160408
ISBN-13 : 9780717160402
Time : 2005-09-27
Author : Colm Lennon
Size : 837 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"State Papers: pt. III. Correspondence between the governments of England and Ireland, 1515-1546 has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Great Britain. Record Commission'. 1834 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Great Britain
No.ID : JhQaAQAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015051331521
Time : 1834
Author : Great Britain. Record Commission
Size : 411 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

State Papers

Original Synopsis

"State Papers has a total of pages which are papers from writer ''. 1834 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre :
No.ID : UYj0h9OIfL0C
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : IBNF:CF005786430
Time : 1834
Author :
Size : 857 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"State Papers Published Under the Authority of His Majesty's Commission: (pt. III) Correspondence between the governments of England and Ireland, 1515-1546 has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Great Britain. Record Commission'. 1834 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Great Britain
No.ID : efwUAAAAQAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : OXFORD:N13918224
Time : 1834
Author : Great Britain. Record Commission
Size : 847 KB/s
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Ohio State University Bulletin

Original Synopsis

"Ohio State University Bulletin has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Ohio State University'. 1940 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre :
No.ID : MR_iAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : WISC:89097409338
Time : 1940
Author : Ohio State University
Size : 597 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"State Papers: pt. I. Correspondence between the king and Cardinal Wolsey, 1518-1530. pt. II. Correspondence between the king and his ministers, 1530-1547 has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Great Britain. Record Commission'. 1831 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Great Britain
No.ID : jwljAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015073721626
Time : 1831
Author : Great Britain. Record Commission
Size : 543 KB/s
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Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest

Original Synopsis

"Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest has a total of 240 pages which are papers from writer 'Matthew Restall'. Here is an intriguing exploration of the ways in which the history of the Spanish Conquest has been misread and passed down to become popular knowledge of these events. The book offers a fresh account of the activities of the best-known conquistadors and explorers, including Columbus, Cort?s, and Pizarro. Using a wide array of sources, historian Matthew Restall highlights seven key myths, uncovering the source of the inaccuracies and exploding the fallacies and misconceptions behind each myth. This vividly written and authoritative book shows, for instance, that native Americans did not take the conquistadors for gods and that small numbers of vastly outnumbered Spaniards did not bring down great empires with stunning rapidity. We discover that Columbus was correctly seen in his lifetime--and for decades after--as a briefly fortunate but unexceptional participant in efforts involving many southern Europeans. It was only much later that Columbus was portrayed as a great man who fought against the ignorance of his age to discover the new world. Another popular misconception--that the Conquistadors worked alone--is shattered by the revelation that vast numbers of black and native allies joined them in a conflict that pitted native Americans against each other. This and other factors, not the supposed superiority of the Spaniards, made conquests possible. The Conquest, Restall shows, was more complex--and more fascinating--than conventional histories have portrayed it. Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest offers a richer and more nuanced account of a key event in the history of the Americas. 2004-10-28 time of publication of the book, [-Oxford University Press-]"

Publisher : Oxford University Press
Pages : 240 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : 4bgwAvQYZxQC
ISBN-10 : 0199839751
ISBN-13 : 9780199839759
Time : 2004-10-28
Author : Matthew Restall
Size : 375 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"Derbyshire Archaeological Journal has a total of pages which are papers from writer ''. 1998 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre : Derbyshire (England)
No.ID : 5e4hAQAAIAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : STANFORD:36105028841539
Time : 1998
Author :
Size : 869 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and PDF