British Historians and National Identity: From Hume to by Anthony Leon Brundage

By Anthony Leon Brundage

eminent students of historiography study the idea that of nationwide id in the course of the key multi-volume histories of the final 2 hundred years. beginning with Hume’s background of britain (1754–62), they discover the paintings of British historians whose paintings had a favored readership and a power on succeeding generations of British children.

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