London: From the Walled City to New Towns (Arbitrary Borders)

London: From the Walled City to New Towns (Arbitrary Borders) By Robert C. Cottrell, James I. Matray, George J. Mitchell
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications 2006 | 128 Pages | ISBN: 0791086844 | File type: PDF | 1 mb

London: From the Walled City to New Towns examines the political demarcations that helped form the London of today. From its founding as a Roman outpost to the present, Londoní»s history has been affected by arbitrary borders, including those of a territorial, imperial, cultural, economic, and social cast. Although geographical borders may reflect and affirm the cultural, ethnic, or linguistic perimeters that define a people or country, this volume explores how the migration of goods, resources, and people work to undermine the separation.


London under the Blitz The walled city London from the Norman conquest to the Magna Carta Medieval London London during the Tudor dynasty London in the age of the Stuarts Georgian London Victorian London ian London and the House of Windsor Postwar London and the new towns.

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