Kith and Kin: Canada, Britain and the United States from the Revolution to the Cold War

Kith and Kin: Canada, Britain and the United States from the Revolution to the Cold War

By: C. C. Eldridge (editor)Hardback

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This volume covers not only Anglo-American relations, but also Anglo-Canadian affairs, studying the triangular relationship between these countries.

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C. C. Eldridge is Reader in History at University of Wales, Lampeter and the author of several volumes on the British Empire in the Victorian period, including "Victorian Imperialism" (1978), "The Imperial Experience: From Carlyle to Forster" (1996), and "Disraeli and the Rise of the New Imperialism" (1996).


The political persistence of British North America, 1763-1815, Prof Peter Marshall; making British North America British, 1815-1860, Prof Philip Buckner; maps and boundaries - Canada in Anglo-American relations, Prof Muriel Chamberlain; "our advices from Canada are unimportant" - "The Times" and British North America, 1841-1861, Dr Ged Martin; learning about oneself - the making of Canadian nationalism, 1867-1914, Dr J.L. Sturgis; Canada and the Allied war economy, 1914-1919, Dr Harold Wright; partners and rivals - Britain, Canada and the United States and the impact of the First World War, Prof K.G. Robbins; the political economy of the North Atlantic triangle in the 1930s, Dr Tim Rooth; Canada, Britain, the United States and the policy of "appeasement", Prof Ritchie Ovendale; Ernest Bevin, George C. Marshall and Lester B. Pearson, January 1947 to January 1949 - a North Atlantic triangle?, Dr M. Thornton.

Product Details

  • publication date: 24/03/1997
  • ISBN13: 9780708313602
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 250
  • ID: 9780708313602
  • ISBN10: 0708313604

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