European History

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  1. Book ImageBitter Freedom: Ireland in a Revolutionary World

    Maurice Walsh

    "Sets Ireland's post-1916 history in its global and human context, to brilliant effect." —Neil Hegarty, Irish Times Books of the Year 2015More

  2. Book ImageWestern Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture

    Joshua Cole, Carol Symes

    Brief Fourth Edition / Volume(s): 1 / Chapters 1 - 16

    The most pedagogically innovative brief text—now connecting western civilizations to broader global contexts and students’ own experiences.More

  3. Book ImageWestern Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture

    Joshua Cole, Carol Symes

    Brief Fourth Edition / Volume(s): 2 / Chapters 10 - 29

    The most pedagogically innovative brief text—now connecting western civilizations to broader global contexts and students’ own experiences.More

  4. Book ImageSwansong 1945: A Collective Diary of the Last Days of the Third Reich

    Walter Kempowski, Shaun Whiteside

    A monumental work of history that captures the last days of the Third Reich as never before.More

  5. Book ImageHistorical Thinking Skills: A Workbook for European History

    John P. Irish, Edward Carson

    John Irish and Edward Carson, both experienced history teachers, have teamed up to develop this workbook to focus on the historical thinking skills that high school students in the AP® European course must master in order to perform well on the exam.More

  6. Book ImagePerspectives from the Past: Primary Sources in Western Civilizations

    James M. Brophy, Joshua Cole, John Robertson, Et Al.

    Sixth Edition / Volume(s): 1 / Chapters 1 - 15

    Placing value in perspective—a rich primary source collection at a truly exceptional value.More

  7. Book ImagePerspectives from the Past: Primary Sources in Western Civilizations

    James M. Brophy, Joshua Cole, John Robertson, Et Al.

    Sixth Edition / Volume(s): 2 / Chapters 11 - 28

    Placing value in perspective—a rich primary source collection at a truly exceptional value.More

  8. Book ImageWestern Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture

    Joshua Cole, Carol Symes

    Brief Fourth Edition / Volume(s): 1 / Chapters 1 - 16

    The most pedagogically innovative brief text—now connecting western civilizations to broader global contexts and students’ own experiences.More

  9. Book ImageHow to Be a Victorian: A Dawn-to-Dusk Guide to Victorian Life

    Ruth Goodman

    A “revelatory” (Wall Street Journal) romp through the intimate details of Victorian life, by an historian who has cheerfully endured them all.More

  10. Book ImageRousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791

    Jennifer Popiel, Mark C. Carnes, Gary Kates

    Second Edition

    A Norton original in the Reacting to the Past series, Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791 plunges students into the intellectual and political currents that surged through revolutionary Paris in summer 1791.More

  11. Book ImageVivid Faces: The Revolutionary Generation in Ireland, 1890–1923

    R. F. Foster

    A masterful history of Ireland’s Easter Rising told through the lives of ordinary people who forged a revolutionary generation.More

  12. Book ImageServants: A Downstairs History of Britain from the Nineteenth Century to Modern Times

    Lucy Lethbridge

    A New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice

    "Beautifully written, sparkling with insight, and a pleasure to read, Servants is social history at its most humane and perceptive." —Paul Addison, Times Literary SupplementMore

  13. Book ImageThe Discovery of Middle Earth: Mapping the Lost World of the Celts

    Graham Robb

    A treasure hunt that uncovers the secrets of one of the world’s great civilizations, revealing dramatic proof of the extreme sophistication of the Celts, and their creation of the earliest accurate map of the world.More

  14. Book ImageThe Short, Strange Life of Herschel Grynszpan: A Boy Avenger, a Nazi Diplomat, and a Murder in Paris

    Jonathan Kirsch

    "Reading this excellent, thought-provoking biography, one is all too easily reminded of Camus’s 1942 novel, The Stranger."—Philip Kerr, Wall Street JournalMore

  15. Book ImageCharles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism, 1861-1864

    Marsha Driscoll, Elizabeth E. Dunn, Dann Siems, Et Al.

    Part of the Reacting to the Past series, Charles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism thrusts students into the intellectual ferment of Victorian England just after publication of The Origin of Species.More

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