The Oxford Companion to British History

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CONTRIBUTORS
GA Professor Geoffrey Alderman, Pro-Vice- Chancellor, Middlesex University
DDA Dr David Denis Aldridge, formerly Lecturer in History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
SAA Dr Stephen Alford, Honorary Lecturer in Modern History, University of St Andrews
DJA Mr Douglas J. Allen, Senior Lecturer in Media Studies, Motherwell College
SDB Dr Stephen Badsey, Senior Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
RNB Professor Richard N. Bailey, Pro-Vice- Chancellor, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
CJB Professor C. J. Bartlett, formerly Professor of International History, University of Dundee
DB Professor David Richard Bates, Head of Department of Medieval History, Head of School of History & Archaeology, Director of Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
JVB Professor John Beckett, Professor of English Regional History University of Nottingham
HB Professor Hugh Berrington, Emeritus Professor, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
CB Dr Clyde Binfield, Reader in History, University of Sheffield
JPB Dr Jeremy Boulton, Senior Lecturer in History, Department of History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
KB Professor Keith Branigan, Professor of Prehistory & Archaeology, University of Sheffield
RB Professor Roy C. Bridges, Professor of History, University of Aberdeen
DEB Dr Dauvit Broun, Lecturer in Scottish History, University of Glasgow
NJB Mr Nicholas J. Bryars, Head of History at the Cambridge High School, Abu Dhabi, UAE
RAB Professor R. Angus Buchanan, Hon. Director, Centre for the History of Technology, University of Bath
JB Professor John Butt, Emeritus Professor, University of Strathclyde
KJB Professor Kenneth Button, Distinguished Research Professor, Institute of Public Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, Va., USA
EC Professor Euan Cameron, Professor in Reformation History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
JCa Professor James Campbell, Professor of Medical History, Oxford University, Fellow of Worcester College
JAC Professor J. A. Cannon, Emeritus Professor of Modern History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
SMC Ms Sue Minna Cannon, formerly at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne
HC Professor Harold Carter, Emeritus Professor, University of Wales
SC Mr Stuart Carter, Ph.D. student, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
MEC Professor Muriel Evelyn Chamberlain, Professor of History, University of Wales, Swansea
JFC Dr Judith Champ, Pastoral Adviser, Roman Catholic Diocese of Portsmouth (formerly at Department of Theology & Religious Studies, King's College, London)
JCh Professor J. A. Chartres, Professor, Leeds University Business School
TOC Dr Thomas Owen Clancy, Lecturer, Department of Celtic, University of Glasgow
ASEC Dr Alan Simon Esmonde Cleary, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham
CMC Dr Colin M. Coates, Lecturer, Centre of Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh
JC Mrs June Cochrane, formerly at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne
BIC Dr Bruce Coleman, Senior Lecturer, Department of History & Archaeology, University of Exeter
JRC Professor John Collis, Department of Archaeology & Prehistory, University of Sheffield
ECr Dr Eric Cross, Senior Lecturer in Music (also Head of Department & Dean of Arts), University of Newcastle upon Tyne
AC Dr Anne Curry, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Reading
JWD Professor John W Derry, Professor of Modern British History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
ID Dr Ian Donnachie, Staff Tutor & Senior Lecturer in History, the Open University in Scotland
JAD Professor J. A. Downie, Professor of English & Pro-Warden (Academic) Goldsmiths College, London
SD Dr Sean Duffy, Lecturer, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, Dublin
SMD Ms Sandra M. Dunkin, Research Student, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Ppreace vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Note to the Reader xii
  • A 1
  • B 71
  • C 149
  • D 273
  • E 318
  • F 363
  • G 399
  • H 445
  • I 503
  • J 523
  • K 541
  • L 553
  • M 602
  • N 666
  • O 701
  • P 717
  • Q 782
  • R 785
  • S 831
  • T 907
  • U 941
  • V 951
  • W 960
  • Y 1008
  • Z 1015
  • Subject Index 1034
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