3 edition of Atlas of British Overseas Expansion found in the catalog.
Atlas of British Overseas Expansion
A. N. Porter
by Prentice Hall College Div
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
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Atlas of British Overseas Expansion 1st Edition by A. Porter (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratingsCited by: Book Description This atlas comprises a full guide to the history of Britain's imperial enterprise. In addition to Britain's colonial development, it touches on subjects including the changing territorial pattern of empire, exploration, trade, communications and imperial defence, war and conquest, the activities of Britain's missionaries and consuls and the spread of white settlement.
Spanning the entire period from the late fifteenth century beginnings of Britain's growth as a maritime commercial power to her withdrawal from most colonial possessions and her alignment with continental Europe in the s and s, Atlas of British Overseas Expansion book atlas traces the history of Britain's changing presence overseas.
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National Emergency Atlas of British overseas expansion by Porter, A. (Andrew N.) Publication date Topics Imperialism, British colonies, Pages: This atlas comprises a full guide to the history of Britain's imperial enterprise.
In addition to Britain's colonial development, it touches on subjects including the changing territoral pattern of empire, exploration, trade, war and conquest. Atlas of British Overseas Expansion; A. Porter, editor Ritchie Ovendale University of Wales.
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Atlas: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Atlas of British overseas expansion. New York: Simon & Schuster, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Atlas: Document Type: Map: All Authors / Contributors: A N Porter.
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