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  • ISBN 0750916834
  • ISBN13 978-0750916837
  • Language English
  • Author Bertrand Taithe,Tim Thornton
  • Publisher Sutton Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (June 1, 1998)
  • Pages 288
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  • Category History
  • Subcategory Military
  • Size ePub 1617 kb
  • Size Fb2 1292 kb
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Begins a series for undergraduates and general readers without specialized knowledge that will focus on particular themes throughout different historical periods and conclude with a bibliographical essay. The 16 essays are grouped according to major historiographical debates into sections on nation making warfare, volunteering the individual self and community, micro- identities and macro-war, and narratives of the self. Most of them concern either Britain or the US. Distributed in the US by Books International. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Thornton, Timothy ; Taithe, Bertrand. War : Identities in Conflict, 1300-2000. Stroud : Sutton Publishing Lt. 1998. 286 p. (Themes in History). f0e55a6f44aa, title "War: Identities in Conflict, 1300-2000", abstract "Begins a series for undergraduates and general readers without specialized knowledge that will focus on particular themes throughout different historical periods and conclude with a bibliographical essay. T1 - War. T2 - Identities in Conflict, 1300-2000. AU - Thornton, Timothy.

4. War: Identities in conflict 1300-2000 (Themes in history) Taithe, Bertrand and Thornton, Tim. ISBN 10: 0750916842 ISBN 13: 9780750916844.

The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 1997. 40 (cloth), £1. 9 (paper). Supplementary materials. 0 2; 0 0. Marjorie Reeves (a1). St Anne's College, Oxford.

Leading scholars address the concepts of warfare and identity from the fourteenth century to modern days. In the THEMES IN HISTORY series.

In the THEMES IN HISTORY series.

Tim Thornton of University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield with expertise in History of History, Educational Leadership, Educational Management

Tim Thornton of University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield with expertise in History of History, Educational Leadership, Educational Management. Those who read English history in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries encountered significant coverage of Wales. English readers of late fifteenth-century chronicles, however, found little sense of the situation of Wales, even regarding its role in the invasion through Wales of Henry VII, a king with Welsh ancestry View.

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Leading scholars address the concepts of warfare and identity from the 14th century to modern days.

War: Identities in Conflict, 1300-2000 Bertrand Taithe (Ed., Tim Thornton (Ed. Alan Sutton Publishing, 1998 . War: Identities in Conflict 1300-2000 Bertrand Taithe (Ed. Diane Publishing Company, 1998 . catalog. Leading scholars address the concepts of warfare and identity from the 14th century to modern days. Four thematic and chronological sections cover some of the major historiographical debates, such as nation-making warfare, illuminating how the experience of war has affected national, individual, professional and ideological identities.