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Reviews

Britain and the Making of Argentina

 

Britain and the Making of Argentina

Gordon Bridger, UK

 

"Essential reading for anyone interested in the history of Argentina and the extensive British commercial and cultural influence in that prosperous region especially during the late 1800s and early 1900s. The book is well illustrated and has useful maps and charts."

 

C. D. Nash, Posted on Amazon.co.uk, July 2017.

 

 

 


Kelvin, Thermodynamics and the Natural World

 

Kelvin, Thermodynamics and the Natural World

M.W. Collins, Brunel University, UK; R.C. Dougal, Maxwell Foundation, UK; C. Koenig, Brunel University London, UK; I.S. Ruddock, Strathclyde University, UK

 

"… Informed and informative, comprehensive and thorough, "Kelvin, Thermodynamics and the Natural World" is a unique and exceptional blend of history, science and biography. Impressively well organized and presented, "Kelvin, Thermodynamics and the Natural World" is very highly recommended, especially for academic library 19th Century Science History collections."

 

Small Press Bookwatch (Midwest Book Review), Vol. 15, No. 3, March 2016.

 


Britain and the Making of Argentina

 

Britain and the Making of Argentina

Gordon Bridger, UK

 

"… the author's own background as a United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America shines through in his very clear explanations… the organisation of the book should be thoroughly applauded and complemented."

Full review available here.

 

Stephen Luscombe, The British Empire (www.britishempire.co.uk), January 2016.

 

 


Creative Design in Industry and Architecture

 

Creative Design in Industry and Architecture

G. Berkin and O. Kucukerman, Halic University Faculty of Architecture, Turkey

 

"Informed and informative, insightful and analytical, exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Creative Design in Industry and Architecture" is very highly recommended for professional and academic library Industrial Design and Architectural Science reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists."

 

Paul T. Vogel, MBR Bookwatch (Midwest Book Review), Vol. 15, No. 1, January 2016