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  • Author(s) David W. Gutzke
  • SubtitleEssays in Honour of Trevor O. Lloyd
  • Edition
  • Published26th April 2017
  • PublisherTaylor and Francis
  • ISBN9781138230064
  • University course codes

Essays in Honour of Trevor O. Lloyd

This book draws together essays on modern British history, empire, liberalism and conservatism in honour of Trevor O. Lloyd, Emeritus Professor of Modern British history at the University of Toronto for some thirty years beginning in the 1960s. With Lloyd best known for his two histories of the Empire and of domestic Britain, published in the Short Oxford History of the Modern World series, as well as his pioneering psephological study of the 1880 General Election, the essays include analyses of Anglo-Irish relations, Florence Nightingale, Canada, muckrackers, the Primrose League and prisoners of war during World War II.

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  • Author(s) David W. Gutzke
  • SubtitleEssays in Honour of Trevor O. Lloyd
  • Edition
  • Published26th April 2017
  • PublisherTaylor and Francis
  • ISBN9781138230064
  • University course codes

Essays in Honour of Trevor O. Lloyd

This book draws together essays on modern British history, empire, liberalism and conservatism in honour of Trevor O. Lloyd, Emeritus Professor of Modern British history at the University of Toronto for some thirty years beginning in the 1960s. With Lloyd best known for his two histories of the Empire and of domestic Britain, published in the Short Oxford History of the Modern World series, as well as his pioneering psephological study of the 1880 General Election, the essays include analyses of Anglo-Irish relations, Florence Nightingale, Canada, muckrackers, the Primrose League and prisoners of war during World War II.

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