A History of Europe V1: Ancient and Mediaeval
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In Three Volumes. Volume 1, Ancient And Mediaeval; Volume 2, Renaissance, Reformation, Reason; Volume 3, The Liberal Experiment.
Hardcover, 464 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Literary Licensing, LLC (first published September 1st 1969)
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(تاريخ أوربا في العصر الحديث (1789 - 1950 Napoleon A History Of Europe Vol 2 أصول التاريخ الأوربي الحديث: من النهضة الأوربية إلى الثورة الفرنسية The war, its causes and issues; three addresses given in Sheffield on Aug. 31, Sept. 1, and Sept. 2, 1914

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“Men wiser and more learned than I have discerned in history a plot, a rhythm, a predetermined pattern. These harmonies are concealed from me. I can see only one emergency following upon another as wave follows upon wave, only one great fact with respect to which, since it is unique, there can be no generalizations; only one safe rule for the historian: that he should recognize in the development of human destinies the play of the contingent and the unforeseen.” 2 likes
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