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By Johnston, Pamela; Scribner, Bob W.
A collection of documents for A-level students and undergraduates in the series Cambridge Topics in History . It combines interpretations which emphasize popular response, belief and practice with the traditional approach to the origins and progress of the Reformation in Germany ...
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By Carrier, Irene
'James VI and I' is a title in the 'Cambridge Topics in History' series.
By Simpson, William
Hitler's rise to power and his subsequent influence on world history remains a subject of fierce debate. This book focuses on particular problems associated with the Nazi period by providing a selection of original documents showing the way contemporaries saw key events in the Na ...
By Daborn, John
This series has been devised for students who have to evaluate primary sources as part of the A- and AS-level examinations. This selection of contemporary documents on the Russian Revolution covers the critical events between 1917-1924.
Uses a range of primary sources to examine the possible reasons leading to the humiliating end of the Second Reich in 1918.
By Gorman, Michael
Through a wide selection of primary sources, Michael Gorman looks at the various factors which helped to forge German unity under Bismarck at the turn of the 19th century. He considers not only the role of Bismarck, but also the growth of liberalism and nationalism within Germany ...
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