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Industrial Revolution on the Continent: Germany, France, Russia 1800-1914
This book was first published in 1961.
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56.650000 USD

Industrial Revolution on the Continent: Germany, France, Russia 1800-1914

by W. O. Henderson
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This book was first published in 1966.
J.C. Fischer and his Diary of Industrial England: 1814-51
This book was first published in 1966.
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56.650000 USD

J.C. Fischer and his Diary of Industrial England: 1814-51

by W. O. Henderson
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In this book W. O. Henderson has brought together in English translation the journals of four foreign visitors who travelled in England and Scotland in the years immediately following the Napoleonic wars, in a way which may be regarded as a sequel to his recent book on J. C. Fischer's ...
Industrial Britain Under the Regency: The Diaries of Escher, Bodmer, May and de Gallois 1814-18
In this book W. O. Henderson has brought together in English translation the journals of four foreign visitors who travelled in England and Scotland in the years immediately following the Napoleonic wars, in a way which may be regarded as a sequel to his recent book on J. C. Fischer's diaries of industrial Britain. Two of the travellers whose journals are included in this volume were Swiss industrialists. Hans Caspar Escher was both a professional architect and the founder of the famous engineering firm of Esther Wyss of Zurich, Bodmer, also of Zurich, lived in England for many years and was recognised as an inventor of genius. The other accounts of industrial Britain in the Regency era are a report by the Prussian Factory Commissioner May and a short survey of the Newcastle upon Tyne colliery railways by the French government engineer Louis de Gallois. The four diaries show how informed foreign visitors were impressed by the way in which Britain had survived the perils of Napoleon's Continental System and was now forging ahead to consolidate her position as the workshop of the world. This book was first published in 1968.
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56.650000 USD

Industrial Britain Under the Regency: The Diaries of Escher, Bodmer, May and de Gallois 1814-18

by W. O. Henderson
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First Published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Genesis of the Common Market
First Published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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210.000000 USD

Genesis of the Common Market

by W. O. Henderson
Hardback
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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Genesis of the Common Market
First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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56.650000 USD

Genesis of the Common Market

by W. O. Henderson
Paperback / softback
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In this book W. O. Henderson has brought together in English translation the journals of four foreign visitors who travelled in England and Scotland in the years immediately following the Napoleonic wars, in a way which may be regarded as a sequel to his recent book on J. C. Fischer's ...
Industrial Britain Under the Regency: The Diaries of Escher, Bodmer, May and de Gallois 1814-18
In this book W. O. Henderson has brought together in English translation the journals of four foreign visitors who travelled in England and Scotland in the years immediately following the Napoleonic wars, in a way which may be regarded as a sequel to his recent book on J. C. Fischer's diaries of industrial Britain. Two of the travellers whose journals are included in this volume were Swiss industrialists. Hans Caspar Escher was both a professional architect and the founder of the famous engineering firm of Esther Wyss of Zurich, Bodmer, also of Zurich, lived in England for many years and was recognised as an inventor of genius. The other accounts of industrial Britain in the Regency era are a report by the Prussian Factory Commissioner May and a short survey of the Newcastle upon Tyne colliery railways by the French government engineer Louis de Gallois. The four diaries show how informed foreign visitors were impressed by the way in which Britain had survived the perils of Napoleon's Continental System and was now forging ahead to consolidate her position as the workshop of the world. This book was first published in 1968.
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159.59 USD
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