6 edition of The Revolutions of 1688 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Andrew Browning lectures, 1988.|
|Statement||edited by Robert Beddard.|
|LC Classifications||DA452 .R48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||90042401|
The Final Crisis of the Stuart Monarchy: The Revolutions of –91 in their British, Atlantic and European Contexts, ed. Tim Harris and Stephen Taylor ( book, The Empire Reformed (), which emphasises the degree to which anti-popery united the differing colonial responses: the papist enemy could take on different guises but these Author: Mark Knights. George Macaulay Trevelyan a British historian and academic was the ultimate whig historian. He was heavily tied to the political establishment, and his work reflected this fact. In his book The English Revolution, –  he portrays James II as a tyrant. Despite this, the book has become a standard text for any university course.
I would like to suggest that in terms of renovating the Left, a more critical approach to Hill’s work is needed, and that the book we also need to be reading is Steve Pincus’s The First Modern Revolution. According to Pincus: Modern revolutions are not struggles to overturn traditional states. The book puts religious concerns at the heart of the Revolution. Repealers and anti-repealers had different visions of what sort of Christian polity England was to be. Moreover, confessionally-based fears, especially popular anti-popery, were crucial for mobilizing support for the overthrow of James II in England and carrying on the war.
In addition to the novel interpretation the book offers of both and revolutions more generally, it also offers an unusual reading experience as, at the end of the introduction, Pincus points readers with different interests to start reading the main book at different chapters inside. The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions, –, by Olaf van Nimwegen, tr. Andrew May As befits such an important subject, the book is impressively weighty, containing nearly pages with nine appendices and eleven chapters. Six of them provide a succinct campaign history, constructing a chronological framework which in practice Author: Aaron Graham.
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Three British Revolutions, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this collection of essays, a group of disti 5/5(1). For two hundred years historians have viewed England’s Glorious Revolution of – as an un-revolutionary revolution—bloodless, consensual, aristocratic, and above all, sensible.
In this brilliant new interpretation Steve Pincus refutes this traditional view. By expanding the interpretive lens to include a broader geographical and chronological frame, Pincus demonstrates that 4/5(1).
This book gives good political coverage to the English revolution of Its strength is in its coverage of politics. Specifically the development of party politics and the constitutional monarchy in Britain. The author goes into great development on the details of the rise of both tory and whig parties and how the King managed to alienate Cited by: This is an excellent and informative book.
It describes in excellent detail both the organization and the campaigns of the Dutch Army in the period The two revolutions of the title are actually organizational, and not the famous ‘military revolutions’.Cited by: 9.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction: the Protestant succession ; The unexpected Whig Revolution of / Robert Beddard --The political thought of the Anglican Revolution / Mark Goldie --The Scottish nobility and the Revolution of / Bruce P.
Lenman --Ireland and the glorious revolution. Many such early studies of revolutions tended to concentrate on four classic cases: famous and uncontroversial examples that fit virtually all definitions of revolutions, such as the Glorious Revolution (), the French Revolution (–), the Russian Revolution ofand the Chinese Revolution (also known as the Chinese Civil War.
Not only is this a great explanation ofbut this new way of looking at revolutions sparks all sorts of interesting ideas about other revolutions. There is a weakness buried in this strength, however--the book would have benefitted from a more fleshed-out, if still brief, discussion of why the English Civil War is not a "modern revolution /5(24).
The book concludes with an examination of and its place in the Whig theory of history. Drawing on the expertise of an international team of scholars, the volume makes an important contribution to the historiographical assessment of the revolutions of and their profound impact on subsequent : Hardcover.
The Revolution of in England book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Book Description: There has been an explosion of interest in the 'Glorious' Revolution in recent years. Long regarded as the lesser of Britain's seventeenth-century revolutions, a faint after tremor following the major earthquake of mid-century, it is now coming to be seen as a major transformative episode in own right, a landmark event which marked a distinctive break in British history.
the first modern revolution / by: Pincus, Steven C. A., Published: () The final crisis of the Stuart monarchy: the revolutions of in their British, Atlantic and European contexts /. : The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions, (Warfare in History) () by Van Nimwegen, Olaf and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(6).
In this collection of essays, a group of distinguished American and British historians explores the relations between the American Revolution and its predecessors, the Puritan Revolution of and the Glorious Revolution of Originally published in Cited by: Book Description: In this collection of essays, a group of distinguished American and British historians explores the relations between the American Revolution and its predecessors, the Puritan Revolution of and the Glorious Revolution of Originally published in Get this from a library.
The Revolution of in England. [J R Jones] -- "The Glorious Revolution, also called the Revolution ofwas the overthrow of King James II of England (James VII of Scotland and James II of Ireland) by a union of English Parliamentarians with.
This book places the events and issues of the Revolution of which dethroned James II and enthroned William and Mary in their broad historical context. Beginning with the dynastic revolution in England, the study examines in turn Scotland and Ireland, the American colonies, the United Provinces, and the continental European background.
The book concludes with an examination of and its place in the Whig theory of history. Drawing on the expertise of an international team of scholars, the volume makes an important contribution to the historiographical assessment of the revolutions of and their profound impact on subsequent : Robert Beddard.
The Glorious Revolution, or Revolution of (Irish: An Réabhlóid Ghlórmhar, Scottish Gaelic: Rèabhlaid Ghlòrmhor or Welsh: Chwyldro Gogoneddus), was the deposition and replacement of James II and VII as ruler of England, Scotland and Ireland by his daughter Mary II and his Dutch nephew and Mary's husband, William III of Orange, which took place between November and May Also known as: Revolution ofWar of the English Succession, Bloodless Revolution.
CHAPTER 1. THE RESULTS OF THE ENGLISH REVOLUTIONS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. LAWRENCE STONE, Princeton University. If one attempts to place the two Revolutions of –60 and –89 in the perspective of the long-term evolution of English history, they appear as dramatic surface eruptions bubbling up out of a century-long pool of turbulence and : John Greville Agard Pocock.
Britain's Bloodless Revolutions explores the relationship of the emerging category of Literature to the emerging threat of popular violence between the Bloodless Revolution and the Romantic turn from revolution to reform.
The book argues that at a time when the political nature of the Bloodless. The Dutch army is central to all discussions about the tactical, strategic and organisational military revolution of the early modern period, but this is the first substantial work on the subject in English.
This book addresses the changes that were effected in the tactics and organisation of the Dutch armed forces between and It shows how in the first decades of this period the.Revolutions in Words, – This book examines the relations between the material and politi-cal bases of contentious politics and the construction, diffusion, and endurance of contentious language.
Beginning with the language of revolution developed from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries.In English history, the events of to lead to the deposition of James II and the ascension of William III and Mary II to the English throne.
Those events are known as the Glorious Revolution. In the origins and outcome of the Glorious Revolution, religion plays a significant role, however.