Britain, Ireland, and Continental Europe in the Eighteenth Century: Similarities, Connections, Identities Hardcover – 1 May 2011
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Impressive, well-researched and ably argued study by Stephen Conway...this impressive book deserves widespread attention and strengthens his position as an important interpreter of the 18th century. (Jeremy Black, BBC History Magazine)
[A] great achievement...important (Patrick Walsh, Reviews in History)
Conway skilfully integrates an Old and New World perspective into a facinating and highly readable account of Ireland and Britain's connections with Europe. (Eamon Darcy, European History Quarterly)
About the Author
Stephen Conway has taught in the History Department at University College London for twenty-five years. He has written extensively on eighteenth-century British and imperial history, particularly on the impact of war on British and Irish society. He is the author of The War of American Independence, 1775-1783 (1995); The British Isles and the War of American Independence (2000); and War, State, and Society in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland (2006).
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