By Richard Clogg
This e-book presents a concise, illustrated advent to the historical past of recent Greece, from the 1st stirrings of the nationwide move within the overdue eighteenth century to the current day. it truly is designed to supply a uncomplicated creation for common and educational readers with very little earlier wisdom of the topic, and supersedes Professor Clogg's brief background of contemporary Greece which has turn into a vintage for the reason that its preliminary e-book in 1979. This most up-to-date account is a unconditionally new e-book, conceived afresh for a extensive readership, within which the various illustrations with their large captions shape an incredible a part of the textual content.
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A Concise History of Greece (Cambridge Concise Histories) by Richard Clogg