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An Easy Guide To British History By Joan Green
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A history of the remarkable events that have made the British race and culture over the past 15,000 years.The only consecutive history of Britain in print. Easy-reading and thought-provoking for the... More > student, history-lover and general reader.< Less
An Outline of British History By Steven Rosen, Ph.D
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This is an introductory textbook on British history from ancient times to the 20th century. It is especially suitable for ESL students or junior high school students. Some pictures and maps are... More > included.< Less
An Outline of British History By Steven Rosen, Ph.D
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This is an introductory textbook on British history from ancient times to the 20th century. It is especially suitable for ESL students or junior high school students. Some pictures and maps are... More > included.< Less
History of British Military By Chris Mayhew
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A book covering 200 years of British history in cartoon humour.
British Air Ferries - A History By peter dancey
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The days of the British Channel Air ferries are long gone this is an historical reference to those busy days, before the Channel Tunnel became a reality. In particular the Bristol Freighter Type 170... More > that also entered service as a military transport.< Less
History of the British Isles to 1714 AD By John Priestley
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This is a general history of the British Isles, from the retreat of the ice caps through the prehistoric period, the Iron Age, the Roman era, the Dark Ages, the Middle Ages, the Norman Conquest and... More > right through to the Tudor and Stuart dynasties.< Less
History of the British Isles to 1714 AD By John Priestley
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This is a political history of the British Isles. There are plenty of facts for history buffs and quizzers. At the same time, the author sets out to discover who the British people really are,... More > including the latest evidence from DNA studies. He delves into the murky depths of the Dark Ages and the coming of the Anglo-Saxons. Later he treats us to the stirring defeat of the Spanish Armada and the brutal realism of the Roundheads in the Civil War, when England had the finest army in Europe. Even Robin Hood and Hereward the Wake are here. “It has flashes of insight not remembered from my schooldays! - for example: ‘For a man known to be a butcher of innocents and a rapist, Richard the Lionheart’s reputation as an international superstar has survived amazingly well, perhaps because of the comparison with his creepy brother John.’ Excellent – I read two chapters every night, and loved it.” – J Davies This edition is illustrated with seven maps, photographs and a full set of genealogies.< Less
History of the British Isles 1714-2010 By John Priestley
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History of the British Isles 1714-2010 By John Priestley
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A political history of the modern era. It includes the glorious feats of the English sailors of the eighteenth century, the development of the astonishing British Empire, the long battles to defeat... More > Napoleon and Hitler, and the Thatcherite revolution with all its colour and drama. It explains the true causes of the First World War, and why the country was not really saved by a couple of thousand pilots in the Battle of Britain in 1940. This latest version includes important new appendices on the American Civil War and the Foundation of Australia. Companion volume to History of the British Isles to 1714 AD< Less
The British Betrayal of the Assyrians By Yusuf Malek
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The British Betrayal of the Assyrians is a comprehensive and detailed statement of the Assyrian point of view of the events leading up to the massacre of Assyrians in the newly independent country of... More > Iraq in August 1933. The principal part of the work was written by a Chaldean Assyrian of Mosul by the name of Yusuf Malek immediately following the massacre. Other contributors include David B. Perley and the Assyrian National League of America. The Assyrians suffered large losses from massacre and war as a result of their involvement with the British and their allies during World War I. Their hopes for the establishment of a safe and autonomous or independent homeland in some part of the territories of the former Ottoman Empire were continuously frustrated and finally doomed by the end of the British mandate over Iraq in 1932. The Assyrian position, documented in this book, clearly and eloquently lays the blame for the massacre of August 1933 and the failure to secure Assyrian national rights on the British.< Less