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Britain, America and the sinews of war, 1914-1918
Introduction. Part 1: 1914-1917 and American Neutrality: British Relations with Private America 1. British Purchasing, August 1914 to May 1915, and the Appointment of J. P. Morgan & Co 2. BritishExpand
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Troublemaker: The Life and History of A.J.P Taylor
A.J.P. Taylor was arguably the most influential and popular British historian of the 20th century and he delivered history to a huge audience through the legendary television lectures that he gaveExpand
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The United States and the European Alliance since 1945
Introduction: "Empire" by integration - the United States and European integration 1945-1996. Part I Economics and trade: economic leverage - the USA, Civil Aviation, and Europe 1945-96 internationalExpand
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Morgan Grenfell 1838-1988: The Biography of a Merchant Bank
This is the arresting 150-year story of one of the oldest and most illustrious merchant banks and of the men who made it. Founded in 1838 by an American, George Peabody, Morgan Grenfell quicklyExpand
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The British Isles since 1945
Introduction 1. Governors, governance and governed: British politics since 1945 2. Economic growth, economic decline 3. Tradition and transformation: society and civil society in Britain, 1945-2001Expand
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Old World, New World: The Story of Britain and America
In OLD WORLD, NEW WORLD Kathleen Burk sets out to tell the story of Britain and America across four hundred years, from colonisation to Iraq. There are two strands to this story. The first is theExpand
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