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European history (V220): Historical studies focusing on continental Europe.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|Under den Linden, Berlin May 4 1945||
A photograph of Under den Linden in central Berlin where under direction of Soviet soldiers civilians clear away rubble from the street. This was...
|Berlin, Second World War, Twentieth-century, Germany, History||view|
|A map of Austria-Hungary 1887||
A map of Austria-Hungary from the Reference Atlas of the World by John Bartholemew published in London in 1887.
|Austria-Hungary, Nineteenth-century, Central Europe, Historical Maps, History||view|
|A map of Brandenburg in the Geman Empire 1882||
A map of Brandenburg, the oldest region of Prussia, which was the largest state in the German Empire in 1882. From the Blackie and Sons Atlas...
|Historical Maps, Nineteenth-century Germany, Prussia, Brandenburg, German Empire, History||view|
|A map of Bulgaria, Eastern Roumelia and Ottoman Roumelia 1882||
A map of independent Bulgaria and Eastern Roumelia and their boundaries with Ottoman Europe 1882. From Blackie and Sons Atlas published in...
|Balkans, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire, Eastern Question, Nineteenth-century, History||view|
|A map of Serbia 1882||
A map of the independent kingdom of Serbia in the Balkans in 1882. From the Blackie and Sons Atlas published in Edinburgh in 1882. The map shown...
|Nineteenth-century, Balkans, Serbia, Historical Maps, History||view|
|A map of western Russia 1908||
A map of western Russia in 1908 from the Harmsworth Atlas and Gazetteer 1909, published in London.
|Russian Empire, Twentieth-century, Historical Maps, Russian history, History||view|
|A Prospect and a Description: The Pleasures of the Imagination in Eighteenth Century Naples, Lesley Murphy||
To the eighteenth century traveller, a visit to Naples meant an encounter with Nature and Antiquity that necessitated an aesthetic as well as an...
|18th century, Grand Tour, Italy, Naples||view|
|Albert Camus' The Plague||
Short extracts from Camus' seminal work for criticism and review.
|French history, Second World War, Nazi Germany||view|
|Alexander Solzhenitsyn's One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich||
Short extracts from Solzhenitsyn's seminal novel for criticism and review.
|Stalin, Russian, 1950s, Cold War||view|
|Allied propaganda posters of the First World War||
A selection of forty-six posters created by the allied powers during the First World War to bolster morale during the conflict and to raise bonds...
|First World War, Propaganda, military history, History||view|