Transactions of the Royal Historical Society: Volume 9: Sixth Series

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Cambridge University Press, 1999 M12 9 - 385 pages
The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society offers readers an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Also available as a journal, volume nine of the sixth series takes the theme "oral history, memory and written tradition" as its main focus and includes the Presidential Address on "Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century: Reshaping the Empire" by P. J. Marshall and "Thatcherism: an historical perspective" by E. H. H. Green.
 

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Contents

Britain and the World in the Eighteenth
1
An Historical Perspective
17
AntiGaullism in France
43
The Politics of English Bible Translation in Georgian Britain
67
Charle
93
The Middle Ages Through Modern Eyes A Historical Problem
121
London Merchants and Atlantic
143
ORAL HISTORY MEMORY AND WRITTEN TRADITION
161
Gender and Authority of Oral Witnesses in Europe 8001300
201
Memory and Tradition in Sienese Political Life in the Fifteenth
221
Custom and the Social Organization of Writing in Early Modern
257
Resiting French Resistance
271
The Empirical and Subjective
291
The Impact of Inter
305
Germans in PreHussite Bohemia
327
Report of Council for 19981999
353

Land Language and Memory in Europe 7001100
169
Attitudes to the Past
185

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