Walker, 1968 - History - 352 pages
Contains the basic primary sources which provide an understanding of European history from 1815 to 1848. The material is arranged around central topics in economic, social, and intellectual history as well as some of the traditional chronological blocs.
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Introductory Essay i
Europe and the States
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