Volume three of the book deals with the establishment of Napoleon's rule and attempts of European powers to establish peace with the co-operation of great powers. Meternich, the Chancellor of Austria, who became dominating leader of great powers, believed that peace is indivisible, so peace must be maintained by the co-operation of great powers. This ideal sowed seeds of the League of Nations and later on of the United Nations Organisation.
Revolutions of 1830 and of 1848 established governments based on democratic ideals. Tremendous progress was made in production and great progress was made in Art, Literature and Science. European powers established their empires all over the world, which brought rivalry among Britain, France, Russia, Germany etc.
Dr. R.S. Chaurasia, M.A. in English, History, Economics, Political Science, LL.B., holds Ph.D. degree in History. He is the retired Principal and Head of the Department of History and Political Science, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi. He has taught in different colleges under different universities for four decades. He has written about forty books on English, History and Political Science. He is a reputed author of thirty years standing. He has contributed more than hundred papers in leading Journals as well as in different University books and Newspapers. He had also taught P.G. Teachers of Delhi Senior Secondary Schools under the auspices of the Delhi State Institute of Education for about twenty years. He has recently been awarded "Millennium Award" of 2000 A.D. at Farrukhabad Mahotsav, Uttar Pradesh.
His other books include : Recent Times History of Political Thought; History of Modern China; History of Middle East; History of Modern Japan; History of Western Political Thought; History of Medieval India; History of Ancient India; History of Modern India