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– Bibliography –

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, trans. James Ingram (Dent, 1922) Aristotle: Politics, trans. B. Jowett (OUP, 1916) Arnold: The Vikings: Culture and Conquest, by Martin Arnold

(Continuum, 2006) Blanning: The Pursuit of Glory: Europe 1648–1815, by Tim

Blanning (Viking, 2007) Bracher: Turning Points in Modern Times, by Karl Dietrich

Bracher (Harvard, 1995) Bryce: The Holy Roman Empire, by James Bryce (Macmillan,

1901) Buckle: A History of Civilisation in England, by H. T. Buckle

(OUP, 3 vols., 1903) Bullock I: Hitler: A Study in Tyranny, by Alan Bullock (BCA,

1973) Bullock II: Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives, by Alan Bullock

(HarperCollins, 1991) Burleigh I, Earthly Powers, by Michael Burleigh (HarperCollins,

2005) Burleigh II: Sacred Causes, by Michael Burleigh (HarperCollins,

2006) Burke: Reflections on the Revolution in France, by Edmund

Burke (vol. IV of the Works, OUP, 1907) Butterfield: The Whig Interpretation of History, by Herbert

Butterfield (Bell, 1968) Caesar: The Gallic Wars, by Julius Caesar, trans. H. J. Edwards

(Heinemann, 1966) Carlyle I: The French Revolution, by Thomas Carlyle (vols. II–IV

of the Centenary Edition, Chapman and Hall, 1898) Carlyle II: Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History by


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