Pax Britannica Trilogy James Morris Folio Society 2nd 1992


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Pax Britannica Trilogy by James Morris

James Morris’s fascinating trilogy covers the history of the British Empire from 1837 to the 1960s, and covers everything from the East India Company to the independence of the former colonies around the world.

The books took ten years to write, and rather than being a strict history, Morris gives a more personal view from those involved in the events as they unfolded, from both the British and colonial point of view.

This comprehensive three volume set has 32 pages of prints, paintings and photographs in each volume. Each book is bound identically in blue buckram with a Victorian sovereign design in gold and blind on both covers and gilt spine title. There are different pictorial colour end leaves in each volume.

Full titles: Heaven’s Command – An Imperial Progress; Pax Britannica – The Climax of an Empire; Farewell the Trumpets – An Imperial Retreat.


  • Folio Society Second Printing No. 722
  • Publisher Folio Society, London; 1992
  • Blue Buckram Hardback with Gilt Image of Queen Victoria, 470, 408, 482 pp
  • With numerous photographs throughout, and coloured pictorial endpapers
  • Size 240 x 160mm, 4kg

Condition: Fine – Superb Unmarked Copy

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Weight 4 kg


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