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By P. Masson-Ousel, P. Stern, H. Willman-Grabowska

ISBN-10: 1136200657

ISBN-13: 9781136200656

Originally released among 1920-70,The historical past of Civilization was once a landmark in early 20th century publishing. It was once released at a formative time in the social sciences, and through a interval of decisive historic discovery.

The objective of the overall editor, C.K. Ogden, used to be to summarize the hottest findings and theories of historians, anthropologists, archaeologists and sociologists.

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* Prehistory and ancient Ethnography
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* Eastern Civilizations
Set of 10: 0-415-15614-9
* Judaeo-Christian Civilization
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* European Civilization
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France was an example of “enlightened freedom” that all the nations of Europe might soon emulate. She lived with John Hurford Stone, a shady businessman who sometimes presided over the dinners at White’s, and they entertained together in a salon. A letter to Stone from his brother William in London was intercepted, and its contents led to William’s trial for treason, for which he was acquitted. From lodgings in the rue de Lille, Helen Maria Williams witnessed the storming of the Tuileries. One of the Swiss guards died on her doorstep, and when next day she came on two corpses in the street, she rushed back indoors.

43 He was right. ”44 Whole sections of the population were unable to see that many people supposed to be their elders and betters had deceived and indoctrinated them with false hopes, and they then continued to deceive themselves of their own free will. “Principles, issues, examples, vocabulary, songs, heroes and villains, were all drawn wholesale from that The Mighty Projects of the Times 31 era,” comments one authority. ”45 “Standard rhetoric for working-class agitation came from the French revolution,” and echoes of it were to be heard down the years.

37 Between that year and 1796 she published her Letters from France, eight volumes of determined fellow-traveling that could not fail to mislead her readers. Victims of popular fury were hanged on lamp-posts. “The sight of la lanterne chilled the blood in my veins,”38 she allowed, immediately recovering with the thought that acts of barbarity stain every revolution. France was an example of “enlightened freedom” that all the nations of Europe might soon emulate. She lived with John Hurford Stone, a shady businessman who sometimes presided over the dinners at White’s, and they entertained together in a salon.

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