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The History of England


Change began with the Creation, and ages of momentous development are shrouded from our eyes. The land and the people are the two foundations of English history; but before history began, the land had received the insular configuration which has largely determined its fortune; and the various peoples, who were to mould and be moulded by the land, had differentiated from the other races of the world. Several of these peoples had occupied the land before its conquest by the Anglo-Saxons, some before it was even Britain.


The History of England

A study in political evolution
A. F. Pollard, M.A., Litt.D.





   I. The Foundations of England, 55 B.C.–A.D. 1066
  II. The Submergence of England, 1066–1272
 III. Emergence of the English People, 1272–1485
  IV. The Progress of Nationalism, 1485–1603
   V. The Struggle for Self-government, 1603–1815
  VI. The Expansion of England, 1603–1815
 VII. The Industrial Revolution
VIII. A Century of Empire, 1815–1911
  IX. English Democracy

Chronological Table



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