The Development Of The Economies Of Continental Europe 1850-1914

  title={The Development Of The Economies Of Continental Europe 1850-1914},
  author={Alan S. Milward and S. B. Saul},
This work, first published in 1977, is a reissue of a trailblazing work; the first textbook of economic history to deal comprehensively with the economic development of the whole continent in this period and to do so from a continental rather than a British perspective. But it is more than merely a textbook: it is an interpretative synthesis of the wide range of research on this subject in many countries. As such it will be an indispensable guide for teachers and will extend and improve the… 
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