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by Peter Rycraft

  • Author: Peter Rycraft
  • ISBN: 0333523393
  • ISBN13: 978-0333523391
  • ePub: 1728 kb | FB2: 1850 kb
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Pages: 256
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Peasant Rebellions 1400-1600 (Themes in Comparative History) ePub download

Themes in Comparative History. IN FRANCE, ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, 1600-1850 Peter Rycraft PEASANT REBELLIONS 1400-1600.

Themes in Comparative History. The middle classes in europe 1789-19 14. France, germany, italy and russia.

Peter Rycraft PEASANT REBELLIONS, 1400-1600. This series of books provides concise studies on some of the major themes currently arousing academic controversy in the fields of economic and social history. Bernard Waites EUROPE IN THE THIRD WORLD. Themes in Comparative History. Each author explores a given theme in a comparative context, drawing on material from western societies as well as those in the wider world. The books are introductory and explanatory and are designed for all those following thematic courses

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Peasant Rebellions in SE Asia, Study of Upper Burma and Northern Vietnam, Much of the area was prone to. .

Peasant Rebellions in SE Asia, Study of Upper Burma and Northern Vietnam, Much of the area was prone to droughts and famines, Result: recurrent subsistence crises, Site of large rebellions in the 1930s and, of course, the Vietnam war in the latter half of the 20th century. Theme 1: Taxation and Minimum Income, The tax demands (or rent demands) of landlords, moneylenders or the state were never legitimate when they infringed on the minimum culturally defined subsistence level. Theme 2: Distribution of Income, The products of the land (especially rice) should be distributed so that all in the village could subsist.

An impressive display of comparative history, coherent and well written, and convincingly argued. War was a central theme in the world history of the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with military capability and activity central to its states, societies, economies and cultures

An impressive display of comparative history, coherent and well written, and convincingly argued. It is very likely to be considered a milestone development in the time to come. - John Thornton, Professor of History, Boston University. War was a central theme in the world history of the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with military capability and activity central to its states, societies, economies and cultures. It offers a corrective to a narrative that has emphasised European developments and obscured the history of non-European military systems and cultures of war.

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Explore the latest publications in Comparative History, and find Comparative History experts. The appropriateness of Christian themes in the performing arts has often been debated. Questions (7). Publications (1,077). Those heritages are as a dualistic economy.

Comparative books crucial for history in general were published by European historians in fields such as family . In the 1980s and 1990s, new themes emerged in comparative social history. One new theme was gender history.

Comparative books crucial for history in general were published by European historians in fields such as family history, the middle class, the lower middle class, workers and labor movements, intellectuals and professionals, private and public bureaucracy, city planning, the welfare state, national consciousness and national ceremonies, religion and denominations, consumption, society at war, and the historical social peculiarities of Europe.

Finally, we examine the wave of peasant rebellions that roiled Europe in the late 1400s and early 1500s, as commoners fought back against impoverishment, rising rents, taxes, and the enclosure and sale of common lands.

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