The English Revolution, 1688-1689

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byG.M. TREVELYAN

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This account traces the events that led up to the revolution, the revolution itself, and its aftermath.

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G. M. Trevelyan's eminence among historians has received world-wide recognition, and the Bloodless Revolution is a subject within the period of English history to which he devoted many years of special study. His accomplishments both as an exact scholar and as a writer of exceptional ability have given this book a two-fold importance: ...

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This account traces the events that led up to the revolution, the revolution itself, and its aftermath.

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G. M. Trevelyan's eminence among historians has received world-wide recognition, and the Bloodless Revolution is a subject within the period of English history to which he devoted many years of special study. His accomplishments both as an exact scholar and as a writer of exceptional ability have given this book a two-fold importance: ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.99 × 5.43 × 0.31 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195002636

ISBN - 13:9780195002638

Appropriate for ages: 14 - 14

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G. M. Trevelyan's eminence among historians has received world-wide recognition, and the Bloodless Revolution is a subject within the period of English history to which he devoted many years of special study. His accomplishments both as an exact scholar and as a writer of exceptional ability have given this book a two-fold importance: it is a piece of literature as well as an outstanding contribution to historical inquiry.

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"No one is better qualified to write of the revolution of 1689 than Professor Trevelyan. In the crisp, brisk narrative...one acknowledges the hand of a master historian."--Garrett Mattingly, Saturday Review of Literature