Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by F.A. Voigt. --|
|LC Classifications||D446 V64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 575 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||575|
Pax Britannica (Latin for "British Peace", modelled after Pax Romana) was the period of relative peace between the Great Powers during which the British Empire became the global hegemonic power and adopted the role of a "global policeman". In this second book of the Pax Britannica, we have all of the Empire from Newfoundland in to Bermuda in when Englishmen shipwrecked on the reef during a hurricane and consequently, inspired William Shakespeare to write The tonyasgaapartments.com European possessions are here, too/5. Before Morris published under her assigned birth name, "James ", and is known particularly for the Pax Britannica trilogy, a history of the British Empire, and for portraits of cities, notably Oxford, Venice,/5(5). Morris is as much travel writer as historian. Much of the pleasure (and credibility) of PAX BRITANNICA rests in the fact that Morris visited most of the places of empire and he describes many of them as they were when he was writing the book in the early s. Nothing brings history to life like going to the places where it happened.5/5(1).
The Pax Britannica trilogy is Jan Morris’s epic story of the British Empire from the accession of Queen Victoria to the death of Winston Churchill. It is a towering achievement: informative, accessible, entertaining and written with all her usual bravura. Heaven’s Command, the first volume, takes us from the crowning of Queen Victoria in to the Diamond Jubilee in Buy a cheap copy of Pax Britannica: Climax of an Empire book by Jan Morris. This centerpiece of the trilogy captures the British at the height of their vigor and self-satisfaction, imposing their traditions and tastes, their idealists and Free shipping over $/5(5). Nov 25, · The second instalment of the Pax Britannica Trilogy by Jan Morris, recreates the British Empire at its dazzling climax - the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in , celebrated as a festival of imperial strength, unity, and splendour. This classic work of history portrays a nation at the very height of its vigour and self-satisfaction, imposing on the rest of the world its traditions and /5(2). This book by world-expert Barry Gough examines the period of Pax Britannica, in the century before World War I. Following events of those years, the book follows how the British failed to maintain their global hegemony of sea power in the face of continental challenges.
The Pax Britannica trilogy is Jan Morris’s magnificent history of the British Empire from to Huge in scope and ambition, it is always personal and immediate, bringing the story vividly to life. Pax Britannica, the second volume, is a snapshot of the Empire at the Diamond Jubilee of The Rise and Fall of England: 8. Pax Britannica. Tuesday, October 1, One history book refers to this ninety-nine years as "The Golden Age of the West." Of the era, the authors say: foreign policy for much of the century is the most direct reason for calling the . Read Book Review: Pax Britannica by Jan Morris. This centerpiece of the trilogy captures the British at the height of their vigor and self-satisfaction, imposin. Book. History of the Great War. Radio Station. Olga Koch. Comedian. The Podcast of Doom. Personal Blog. See More triangle-down; Pages Liked by This Page. Pax Britannica launches this coming Sunday with an episode on England and Wales during the reigns of the Tudors. Here's a sneak peek of it! /5.