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reign of George VI, 1900-1925.

reign of George VI, 1900-1925.

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Published by Cornmarket Reprints in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Imaginary histories.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- 20th century -- Miscellanea.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of 1763 ed. with a new foreword by I.F. Clarke and the preface by C. Oman to the 1899 ed.

    ContributionsOman, Charles William Chadwick, Sir, 1860-1946
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxx, 106 p.
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21924992M

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This project is complete. All audio files are available on our catalog page. the reign of george vi This little oddity, written incan be called a "paleo-future": it is now available online at [link] In it, the author predicts the glorious reign of George VI and his conquest of France in a world which is essentially only bigger and better, with no hint of an industrial revolution and a still loyal.

Excerpt from The Reign of George Vi;, A Forecast Written in the Year ; Republished, With Preface and Notes Like all books of its kind, The Reign of George VI.

Has two sides. The author was not merely exercising the faculty of prophecy according to his lights, but was intending to influence the men of his own day by pointing out 4/5(1).

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THE REIGN OF GEORGE VI. ; A FORECAST WRITTEN IN THE YEARREPUBLISHED () eBook: Oman, C: : Kindle Store. The Reign of George VI, A Forecast Written in the Year Charles William Chadwick OMAN ( - ) and Samuel MADDEN ( - ) Imagine a world in which there were no major revolutionary upheavals (the American, French and Russian revolutions did not occur), there was no Victorian Age, the Great War (World War I) went unfought.

- Clarke, The Pattern of Expectationpp. "The earliest account of a future war appeared in THE REIGN OF GEORGE VI,an anonymous story of That utopian fantasy was one of the earliest experiments in futuristic fiction and the first to project an ideal state into the centuries-to-come.

Unlike many early science fiction works (Shelley's The Last Man, and The Reign of King George VI,written anonymously in ), Loudon did not portray the future as her own day with only political changes. She filled her world with foreseeable changes in technology, society, and even : Anon (actually Jane Webb).

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Unlike many early science fiction works (Shelley's The Last Man, and The Reign of King George VI, –]], written anonymously in ),) Loudon did not portray the future as her own day with mere political changes.

She filled her world with foreseeable changes in technology, society, and even : 19 AugustBirmingham, United Kingdom. The Reign of George Vi;, A Forecast Written in the Year ; Republished, With Preface and Notes by Samuel Madden.

Download. Read. Paperback. Premium. Clothbound. Excerpt. Like all books of its kind, The Reign of George VI. Has two sides. The author was not merely exercising the faculty of prophecy according to his lights, but was. The accompanying book is published by the museum and Kehrer.

The Reign of George VI, –, published anonymously in London inmakes for intriguing reading today. Twentieth-century France still groans under the despotism of the Bourbons. America is still a British colony.

“Germany” still means the sprawling commonwealth of the. Samuel Madden is the author of Memoirs of the Twentieth Century ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The reign of George VI. /5(6). I can tell you decisively what one person in the 18th Century thought the 20th Century would look like.

See, in the s a British author published this: The reign of George VI. ; a forecast written in the yearrepublished: Madden.The Reign of George VI, A Forecast Written in the YearRepublished, With Preface and Notes (apparently a different work from Madden's similarly-conceived Memoirs of the Twentieth Century; London: Rivingtons, ), ed.

by Charles Oman (multiple formats at ).Inthere was a book called Reign of George VI, It was by an anonymous author, but is a pretty creative bit of military fiction that covers the titular warrior king's campaigns as he becomes ruler of Europe, king of France and commander of a massive overseas empire.

Unfortunately, it doesn't forecast any big changes in technology.