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A magisterial work of narrative history, hailed in Britain as the best one-volume account of the British Empire and an outstanding book. After the American Revolution, the British Empire appeared to be doomed. But over the next 150 years it grew to become the greatest and most diverse empire the world has ever seen. Within a generation, the mighty structure collapsed, sometimes amid bloodshed. Covering a vast canvas, Brendon fills it with vivid firsthand accounts of life in the colonies and intimate portraits of the sometimes eccentric British officials who administered them. World history books pdf free download.
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