George Macaulay Trevelyan


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English historian and son of Sir George Otto Trevelyan whose works include a social history of England and a biography of Garibaldi (1876-1962)

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As for Portugal, the pioneer sea-borne empire-builder in West and East Africa, and also in India (Goa) and Brazil, its "golden age was not all made of gold, and it did not last long" as the English historian, George Macaulay Trevelyan, said when commenting on empires in general in his famous book, English Social History published in 1944.
The most beautiful village street now left in the island' was the evocative description of Chipping Campden's High Street written by historian George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876-1962).
Explicitly concerned with the twentieth century, this life of George Macaulay Trevelyan contains much implicit comment on the power of the nineteenth.
In a photo article about distinguished Britons which appeared in its January 14, 1952, issue, the American magazine Life referred to George Macaulay Trevelyan as possessing "one of the most tremendous minds to mature in Britain in this century.
England's greatest historian - a biography in photographs: Wallington, near Morpeth, Northumberland A new photographic exhibition at Wallington charts the private life of historian and conservationist George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876-1962).
Although by necessity brief, as this book of six modest-sized chapters closely follows the George Macaulay Trevelyan Lectures he delivered at Cambridge University in the Lent Term of 1999, it succinctly provides both an excellent guide through much of the most important recent scholarship on the decisions surrounding and implementation of the Nazis' plans to murder the Jews of Europe and it economically offers fresh and compelling new evidence to help answer several questions that remain at the forefront of heated scholarly debate.