5 edition of history of the last hundred days of English freedom found in the catalog.
by The Labour publishing company, limited, and G. Allen and Unwin, limited in London
Written in English
|Statement||by William Cobbett; with an introduction, "Main events of Cobbett"s life", and a biographical index, by J. L. Hammond.|
|Series||Labour classics,, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||DA520 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 113,  p.|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||22000278|
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A History of the Last Hundred Days of English Freedom (Classic Reprint) Hardcover – Janu Cited by: 1. "The letters of William Cobbett, entitled 'A history of the last hundred days of English freedom,' first appeared in the Weekly political register, July to October, The present edition is reprinted from 'Selections from Cobbett's political works' edited by John M.
Cobbett and James P. Cobbett, published by Anne Cobbett in 6 volumes in "Pages: A dramatic countdown of the final months of World War II in Europe, The Last Days brings to life the waning power and the ultimate submission of the Third Reich.
To reconstruct the tumultuous hundred days between Yalta and the fall of Berlin, John Toland traveled more thanmiles in twenty-one countries and interviewed more than six hundred people—from Hitler’s personal /5(70). The Last Hundred Days: A Novel and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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John Toland's "The Last Days," first published inwas therefore a welcome addition to the growing literature on the end of the regime. Perhaps the most interesting sections of the book deal with the taking of Berlin and the stubborn defence offered by the citizenry (both old men and boys were killed at the barricades).Cited by: 8.
The Last Hundred Days is set in Bucharest just before and during the fall of the Communist regime led by Nicolai Ceausescu. I read it during a recent trip to Romania, as one of the few books I was aware of with a Romanian setting (apart from various vampire novels!).
It is the first novel of Patrick McGuinness, /5. This is a detailed, yet very readable, account of the last days of World War II in Europe. The book was written in20 years after the German surrender, and many survivors of the war - both leaders and common soldiers - still were alive.
The author interviewed many of these survivors and included their recollections to augment the history/5. I really loved this book. Days by Nicole McInnes was such an inspiring read.
Three year-olds, all insecure, all facing lifes most difficult challenges, all uncertain as to who they are, who they want to be, and where they are going, all attempt to find their way as best they can/5.
Unlike Campanu, McGuinness was there. The Last Hundred Days – his Booker-longlisted first novel – again draws on his time in late s Bucharest. Offered a job in a Romanian university, the unnamed narrator becomes enmeshed in the complicities of the doomed : James Purdon.
"The letters of William Cobbett, entitled 'A history of the last hundred days of English freedom', first appeared in The Weekly political register, July to October, The present edition is reprinted from 'Selections from Cobbett's political works', edited by John M.
Cobbett and James P. Cobbett, published by Anne Cobbett in 6 volumes in ". The Hundred Days (novel) The Hundred Days is the nineteenth historical novel in the Aubrey-Maturin series by British author Patrick O'Brian, first published in The story is set during the Napoleonic Wars, specifically in their last portion inthe Hundred : Patrick O'Brian.
The Last Hundred Days, set in Romania, is not so much about the Ceauçescus as about the society - and the architecture - that they destroyed around them. A young English teacher, rootless and unhappy, glad to leave his earlier life behind, plunges into the disorder/5().
"The letters of William Cobbett, entitled 'A history of the last hundred days of English freedom,' first appeared in the Weekly political register, July to October, The present edition is reprinted from 'Selections from Cobbett's political works' edited by John M. Cobbett and James P. Cobbett, published by Anne Cobbett in 6 volumes in Author: William Cobbett.
A dramatic countdown of the final months of World War II in Europe, "The Last Days brings to life the waning power and the ultimate submission of the Third Reich. To reconstruct the tumultuous hundred days between Yalta and the fall of Berlin, John Toland traveled more than /5(63).
The letters of William Cobbett, entitled '"A history of the last hundred days of English freedom", first appeared in the Weekly political register, July to October, Description: pages ; 24 cm: Responsibility: by J.L. Hammond. Nick Lloyd's Hundred Days: The End of the Great War explores the brutal, heroic and extraordinary final days of the First World War.
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in Novemberthe guns of the Western Front fell silent. The Armistice, which brought the Great War to an end, marked a seminal moment in modern European and World history/5(56). John Willard Toland (J – January 4, ) was an American writer and historian.
He is best known for a biography of Adolf Hitler and a Pulitzer Prize -winning history of World War II-era Japan, The Rising Sun. 2 Historical Controversy. 8 External links. Toland was born in in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He graduated from Williams Born: JLa Crosse, Wisconsin. Canada's Hundred Days is the name given to the series of attacks made by the Canadian Corps between 8 August and 11 Novemberduring the Hundred Days Offensive of World War nce to this period as Canada's Hundred Days is due to the substantial role that Canadian Corps played during the offensive.
Patrick McGuinness's The Last Hundred Days shows a city struggling to survive an intense moment in its history. Welsh-language Book of the Year winner is.
pitt the younger battles for religious freedom for catholics Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger tries to right a long history of egregious misrule in Ireland. Pitt works to swing the half-mad George III behind giving Irish Catholics the right to vote, and succeeds in bringing Irish members into Parliament in the Act of Union.
The Hundred Days Offensive (8 August to 11 November ) was a series of massive Allied offensives which ended the First World ing with the Battle of Amiens (8–12 August) on the Western Front, the Allies pushed the Central Powers back, undoing their gains from the Spring Germans retreated to the Hindenburg Line, but the Allies broke through the line with a series of Location: Amiens, France to Mons.
And having read all of John Toland's several excellent books at one time or another, I am convinced that this book was his best. On the mountain of books on WWII, The Last Days belongs near the top. This book should remain in print for a long time to come because it is great history /5(5).The final days of the First World War — from 8 August to 11 November — came to be known as the Hundred Days Offensive.
But the Canadian Corps' significant contributions along the Western Front generated the name "Canada's Hundred Days." During this time, Canadian and allied forces pushed the German Army from Amiens, France, east to.