EI Weekly Listen — Why the nation beat the empire in the battle of nineteenth century ideas by Jeremy Jennings

December 2, 2022

A history of the nineteenth century tells not just of newly-formed nations, but of newly-developing nationalism. Read by Leighton Pugh.

Carving Up The World A satrirical cartoon by James Gillray, showing British Prime Minister William Pitt and the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte, carving up the world between them. Entitled 'The Plumb Pudding in Danger' - pub. 26th February 1805
Carving Up The World A satirical cartoon by James Gillray, showing British Prime Minister William Pitt and the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte, carving up the world between them. Entitled 'The Plumb Pudding in Danger' – pub. 26th February 1805 (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

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