The History of the Foreign Policy of Great Britain – Burrows (1897)

S$62.00

The History of the Foreign Policy of Great Britain – Burrows (1897)

S$62.00

Title: The History of the Foreign Policy of Great Britain

Author: Montagu Burrows

Publisher: William Blackwood & Sons, 1897. New edition, revised.

Condition: Hardcover, no dust jacket. Fair. Significant sunning to spine and rubbing to covers, ex-libris plate on endpaper, bleeding endpapers, text clean, binding tight.

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About the book:

Contents:

  1. The Principles of British Foreign Policy Before and During the Reign of Elizabeth
  2. British Foreign Policy under the Stuarts and Cromwell
  3. British Foreign Policy under William III
  4. British Foreign Policy in the Earlier Part of the 18th Century
  5. The Events which Led to the War with Spain in 1739
  6. British Foreign Policy during the Wars which Founded the Empire, 1739-1763
  7. British Foreign Policy from the Close of the Seven Years’ War
  8. British Foreign Policy during the French Revolution War
  9. British Foreign Policy During the Napoleonic War
  10. British Foreign Policy from 1814-1827
  11. British Foreign Policy after 1827

About the author (from Wikipedia):

Montagu Burrows (27 October 1819 – 10 July 1905) was a British historian. Following a career as an officer in the Royal Navy, he was the first Chichele Professor of Modern History at Oxford University, holding the Chair from 1862 until his death. He was probably the first academic to lecture on naval history at Oxford or at any university in Britain.