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The History Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained

por DK

Discover the key themes and big ideas behind more than 80 of the world's most important historical events - from the dawn of civilization to the 21st century. From the origins of Homo sapiens to the Space Race, and from the French Revolution to the Digital Revolution, this instalment in the bestselling Big Ideas series offers an essential exploration of the human timeline up to and including the rise of modern Islam, the World Wide Web, and the global financial crisis.
Making big historical ideas accessible and easy to understand, with stunning facts and memorable quotes, The History Book audiobook is perfect for students, adults, or anyone who wants to travel back in time and understand the fascinating past of mankind.
Narrated by Gordon Griffin, a prolific audiobook narrator who, for many years, has been a voiceover specialist recording over eight hundred and fifty audiobooks. AudioFile Magazine wrote: "Griffin is not just a narrator, but an artist of the Spoken Word. He is in the top five of the most borrowed audiobook narrators in the world." In 2017, Griffin was appointed MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 'For services to People with Sight Impairment'.
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History of France - The French Revolution, 1789-1797

por Charlotte Mary Yonge

The French Revolution : Attempts at Reform, The States-General, The New Constitution, The Republic, The Reign of Terror, The Directory, The Consulate .Charlotte Mary Yonge was an English novelist and historian. Yonge's work was widely read and respected in the nineteenth century, and admired by many great writers like Lewis Carroll or George Eliot. She attached a lot of importance to the education of girls, and her work reflected the values and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism; she wrote many historical novels, for which she studied history in great detail. This audiobook, read by Paul Spera, is her retelling of the essential episodes that made France. Each historical event is replaced into context and presented in clear and easy-to-read snippets, so that younger and older readers can deepen their understanding of how modern France came to be and broaden their culture. This historical essays deals with France's earlier kings, the hundred years' war, the struggle with Burgundy, the Italian wars, the wars of religion, absolute monarchy, and the French Revolution.

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The French Revolution Ð In a Nutshell

por Neil Wenborn

The fifth in the new Naxos AudioBooks series ÔIn a NutshellÕ, The French Revolution is a short and accessible introduction to one of the most important periods in European history. It brings vividly to life the implacable Robespierre, the frightened Marie Antoinette and the iconic image of the guillotine. But it also demonstrates the key role the Revolution played in the development of European politics.

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The War That Made America: A Short History of the French and Indian War

por Fred Anderson

Apart from The Last of the Mohicans, most Americans know little of the French and Indian War-also known as the Seven Years' War-and yet it remains one of the most fascinating periods in our history. In January 2006, PBS will air The War That Made America, a four-part documentary about this epic conflict. Fred Anderson, the award-winning and critically acclaimed historian, has written the official tie-in to this exciting television event. In The War That Made America, Anderson deftly shows how the expansion of the British colonies into French territory in the 1750s and the ongoing Native American struggle for survival would erupt into seven years of bloodshed and unrest spreading from the backwoods of Pennsylvania to the high courts of Europe, eventually overturning the balance of power on two continents and laying the groundwork for the American Revolution. Beautifully illustrated, richly detailed, and utterly compelling, this is the story of how America as we know it today emerged from a series of fractured colonies and warring tribes into a nation ripe for independence-and nobody tells this story better than Fred Anderson. "Overall, this work is an excellent introduction to a complex, dynamic conflict that set the stage for the American Revolution. Recommended for all libraries."-Library Journal "Lucid and swift-moving. With luck, Anderson's book will awaken interest in a critically important period in colonial history that, he laments, is about as familiar now as the Peloponnesian War."-Kirkus Review "Like the best popular historians, Anderson combines exhaustive research and an accessible prose style in a volume that should help rescue the French and Indian War from historical obscurity."-Publishers Weekly "...(Anderson's) writing is fluid, energetic, and gripping and his exploration of this period in early American history is unforgettable. His book is brought to life in this unabridged audio recording by Simon Vance, a British actor and skilled reader who has recorded more than 200 audiobooks."-Reviewed by Sheldon Ztvordokov, Large Print Reviews "Simon Vance handles this complex narrative with a stately intelligence...He pronounces the many Native American place names and French-Canadian phrases with ease. Look for a young George Washington, who learns a number of valuable lessons that will serve him well two decades later."-AudioFile Magazine

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Louis XV, King of France

por J.M. Gardner

This collection of audiobooks will help you understand a crucial part of the history of french monarchy. For each King, you will find a detailed description of the style of his reign and his political achievements, narrated in a lively way.The bar was high after the glorious reign of the Sun King. Louis XV, his successor, had a difficult time driving the country through religious disputes, intellectual shifts and economical hardness. This eventually led to a steep economic decline, which played an important role in the reaction of the french people against the monarchy, and eventually gave way to the french Revolution.

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Louis-Philippe, King of France

por J.M. Gardner

This collection of audiobooks will help you understand a crucial part of the history of french monarchy. For each King, you will find a detailed description of the style of his reign and his political achievements, narrated in a lively way. Louis Philippe (1773–1850) is France's first "constitutional monarch", having being properly elected by the National Assembly. He lived through the french Revolution, during which he saw his brother and sister-in-law, Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, guillotined by extreme revolutionaries. Then, Napoleon Bonaparte seized the throne, declared himself emperor, and began the conquest of ope; after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, France welcomed Louis Philippe back as an elected King. His reign was based on the principle of union of king and people, and marked the first real shift away from the “divine right to rule” approach to kingship; as such, Louis Philippe is the best embodiment of the passage from the Ancien Regime to the truly modern world.

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History of France - The French Wars Of Religion

por Charlotte Mary Yonge

This chapter of France's history is about The Wars Of Religion : The Bourbons and Guises, The Reformation, The Conspiracy of Amboise, the Regency of Catherine de' Medici, The Religious War, Catherine's Policy, the Massacre of St. Bartholomew (1572), The League, Henry IV, The Edict of Nantes, Henry's Plans, The States-General of 1614, The Siege of Rochelle .Charlotte Mary Yonge was an English novelist and historian. Yonge's work was widely read and respected in the nineteenth century, and admired by many great writers like Lewis Carroll or George Eliot. She attached a lot of importance to the education of girls, and her work reflected the values and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism; she wrote many historical novels, for which she studied history in great detail. This audiobook, read by Paul Spera, is her retelling of the essential episodes that made France. Each historical event is replaced into context and presented in clear and easy-to-read snippets, so that younger and older readers can deepen their understanding of how modern France came to be and broaden their culture. This historical essays deals with France's earlier kings, the hundred years' war, the struggle with Burgundy, the Italian wars, the wars of religion, absolute monarchy, and the French Revolution.

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Napoleonic Wars: A Captivating Guide to the Napoleonic Wars and War of 1812

por Captivating History

If you want to discover the captivating history of the Napoleonic Wars, then pay attention...
Two captivating manuscripts in one audiobook:
The Napoleonic Wars: A Captivating Guide to the Conflicts That Began Between the United Kingdom and France During the Rule of Napoleon Bonaparte and How They Stemmed from the French RevolutionThe War of 1812: A Captivating Guide to the Military Conflict between the United States of America and Great Britain That Started during the Napoleonic WarsSome of the topics covered in part 1 of this audiobook include:
The French Revolution and Post-Revolution FranceThe French Revolutionary Wars: A Divided EuropeThe Political Rise of Napoleon BonaparteThe Rise of Bonapartism: An Alternative Monarchy Readying for the Napoleonic WarsThe Beginning of the Napoleonic WarsThe Napoleonic Wars, Part 1The Napoleonic Wars, Part 2The French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars from a British Socio-Political PerspectiveWhat Led to the Fall of NapoleonAnd much, much more!Some of the topics covered in part 2 of this audiobook include:
Prelude to the WarKey Players and Statistics of the War of 1812Timeline of the War of 1812The War of 1812- The Invasion of CanadaThe War of 1812- The Taming of the WestThe War of 1812- The Creek WarThe War of 1812- Naval Battles of the War of 1812And much, much more!So if you want to learn more about The Napoleonic Wars and The War of 1812, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

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History Of France, 1000 years

por Charlotte Mary Yonge

This historical essays deals with France's earlier kings, the hundred years' war, the struggle with Burgundy, the Italian wars, the wars of religion, the absolute monarchy, and the French Revolution. 1000 years of history about a fascinating european country, France, from around 987 to 1797. Charlotte Mary Yonge was an English novelist and historian. Yonge's work was widely read and respected in the nineteenth century, and admired by many great writers like Lewis Carroll or George Eliot. She attached a lot of importance to the education of girls, and her work reflected the values and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism; she wrote many historical novels, for which she studied history in great detail. This audiobook, read by Paul Spera, is her retelling of the essential episodes that made France. Each historical event is replaced into context and presented in clear and easy-to-read snippets, so that younger and older readers can deepen their understanding of how modern France came to be and broaden their culture.

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History of France - The Earlier Kings of France

por Charlotte Mary Yonge

This chapter of France's history is about the Earlier Kings Of France : The House of Paris, The Kingdom of Hugh Capet, the Earlier Kings of the House of Paris, the kings Louis VI and Louis VII, Philip II (1180—1223), The Albigenses (1203—1240), The Parliament of Paris, the Crusade of Louis IX, Philip the Fair, and The Papacy at Avignon. Charlotte Mary Yonge was an English novelist and historian. Yonge's work was widely read and respected, and admired by many great writers like Lewis Carroll or George Eliot. She attached a lot of importance to the education of girls, and her work reflected the values and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism; she wrote many historical novels, for which she studied history in great detail. This audiobook, read by Paul Spera, is her retelling of the essential episodes that made France. Each historical event is replaced into context and presented in clear and easy-to-read snippets, so that younger and older readers can deepen their understanding of how modern France came to be and broaden their culture. This historical essays deals with France's earlier kings, the hundred years' war, the struggle with Burgundy, the Italian wars, the wars of religion, absolute monarchy, and the French Revolution.

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