A Study of History: Abridgement of Volumes VII-X by Arnold J. ToynbeeA Study of History: Abridgement of Volumes VII-X by Arnold J. Toynbee

A Study of History: Abridgement of Volumes VII-X

byArnold J. ToynbeeEditorD.C. Somervell

Paperback | December 1, 1987

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Contained in two volumes, D.C. Somervell's abridgement of Arnold Toynbee's 'A Study of History' preserves the method, atmosphere, texture, and, in many instances, the very words of the original. This volume includes sections on Universal States, Universal Churches, Heroic Ages, Contacts Between Civilizations in Space, Contacts Between Civilizations in Time, Law and Freedom in History, the Prospects of the Western Civilization, and the Conclusion.
The late Arnold Toynbee was Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs and Research Professor of International History at the University of London.
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Title:A Study of History: Abridgement of Volumes VII-XFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 5.31 × 7.99 × 0.87 inPublished:December 1, 1987Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Contained in two volumes, D.C. Somervell's abridgement of Arnold Toynbee's 'A Study of History' preserves the method, atmosphere, texture, and, in many instances, the very words of the original. This volume includes sections on Universal States, Universal Churches, Heroic Ages, Contacts Between Civilizations in Space, Contacts Between Civilizations in Time, Law and Freedom in History, the Prospects of the Western Civilization, and the Conclusion.