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Volume III covers the long watershed of the nineteenth century, from the American independence of the s to the eve of world war in This period saw Britain's greatest expansion as an empire-builder and a dominant world power. We begin with several thematic chapters--some are on Britain while others consider the empire's periphery--exploring the key dynamics of British expansion that.
Volume III covers the period –, when Britain adjusted to a decline in manufacturing, an expansion of the service economy, and a repositioning of external economic activity towards Europe.
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