Synopsis by Alice Day
In this program, scholars from the department of history at England's University of Warwick discuss the Revolution of 1688, its principle players, and the effects of the conflict. The series provides stimulating, in-depth analyses of major events in European history aimed at high school and college-aged students. By experiencing the opinions of experts, students will gain a better understanding of these occurrences than by merely reading a text. Warwick History: The Revolution of 1688 offers an examination of James II, William of Orange, Louis XIV, and the Catholic/Protestant conundrum.