Books » Series » Cambridge Topics in History
By Simpson, William
Uses a range of primary sources to examine the possible reasons leading to the humiliating end of the Second Reich in 1918.
Add to Basket
By Jones, Martin D. W.
The Counter Reformation is an addition to the Cambridge Topics in History series.
By Adelman, Paul
By Daniels, Christopher W.; Morrill, John
Reprint of the successful volume in the Cambridge Topics in History series with a new full colour cover.
By Smith, Professor David L.
Intended primarily for A-level students, this work draws on a wide variety of primary sources to examine what drove Cromwell as a soldier, politician, statesman and religious visionary. The book includes examination-based questions to stretch the student's skills in evaluating hi ...
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 ...
Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases.
Copyright © 2019 Wheelers Books
· All rights reserved