Readership: Scholars and students of eighteenth-century British, American, and Indian history; historians of the British Empire and colonialism; specialists in Eighteenth-Century
P.J. Marshall, Emeritus Professor of History at King's College, London.
Review(s) from previous edition"P.J. Marshall stands pre-eminent ... The Making and Unmaking of Empires is the fruit of a life's work.
- David Armitage, TLS
"This is a very welcome book indeed, not least because it is written by one of the greatest of contemporary British imperial historians.
" - Dennis Judd, BBC History Magazine
1: British World-Wide Expansion
2: State and Empire
3: War and its Transformations: The Atlantic 1754-1763
4: War and its Transformations: India 1754-1765
5: Ideas of Empire 1763-1776: The 'Old' Empire
6: Ideas of Empire 1763-1776: The 'New' Empire
7: The Making of Empire, I: India, New Imperial Structures
8: The Making of Empire, II: India, Madras, Bombay, and Bengal
9: The Unmaking of Empire, I: North America 1763-1768
10: The Unmaking of Empire, II: North America 1768-1775
11: War and its Resolutions 1775-1783