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What If the British Had Won? By Igor Kryan
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“What If The British Had Won?” is a great historical essay and hilarious political satire written by a famous author Igor Kryan. Must read
What If The British Had Won? By Igor Kryan, PhD
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“What if the British Had Won?” is a great historical essay and hilarious political satire written by a famous author Igor Kryan. Must read
Lifting the Carpet on the BRITISH ESTABLISHMENT By Lt Col Balthazar Blimp Ed: Helen Pender
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Lifting the carpet on the BRITISH ESATBLISHMENT As Lt Col Balthazar Blimp lies dying in his hospital bed, he finally tells his story. How he served the British Establishment; how the Establishment... More > operates; how spooks really do run the Great Game, and how he was finally betrayed by the Establishment he served. In a political tour de force he reveals Royal gossip; offers a reason for the Princess of Wales death; solves the Lucan mystery and the Profumo affair, muses over topical news stories on the 7/7 bombing in 2005 to Iraq and the oil wars and places it all into the context of the British Establishment. This novel should not be read by the blinkered who wish to blindly follow Establishment dictats. It is intended for those with a passion for freedom and an interest in how far the strings of the British Establishment extend into every facet of our lives. Lt Col Balthazar Blimp spills some of the beans, the Official Secrets Act won't allow him to reveal all…< Less
Lifting the Carpet on the BRITISH ESTABLISHMENT By Lt Col Balthazar Blimp Ed: Helen Pender
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Lifting the carpet on the BRITISH ESATBLISHMENT As Lt Col Balthazar Blimp lies dying in his hospital bed, he finally tells his story. How he served the British Establishment; how the Establishment... More > operates; how spooks really do run the Great Game, and how he was finally betrayed by the Establishment he served. In a political tour de force he reveals Royal gossip; offers a reason for the Princess of Wales death; solves the Lucan mystery and the Profumo affair, muses over topical news stories on the 7/7 bombing in 2005 to Iraq and the oil wars and places it all into the context of the British Establishment. This novel should not be read by the blinkered who wish to blindly follow Establishment dictats. It is intended for those with a passion for freedom and an interest in how far the strings of the British Establishment extend into every facet of our lives. Lt Col Balthazar Blimp spills some of the beans, the Official Secrets Act won't allow him to reveal all…< Less
How Canada Was Won : A Tale of Wolfe and Quebec (Illustrated) By F. S. Brereton
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“For there was war between the colonial French and the colonial English, and for some little time now the two nations had been engaged in a cruel frontier struggle. In Europe, however, France... More > and England were outwardly at peace, so far as those in America knew, though the spring of the year above mentioned saw England's patience at last destroyed, and a formal declaration of war made. Still, these backwoodsmen had no notion of that, nor had the numerous French voyageurs and soldiers who had come across Lake Erie and had marched down into the valley of the Ohio. That was the disputed ground, where the bold English pioneers had settled their log huts and taken up holdings, believing themselves to be on British soil. And now hordes of French, accompanied by their priests and by thousands of Indians, were pushing south and west, were expelling the British colonists, and too often were exterminating them.”< Less
The Bronze Cross: A Tribute to Those Who Won the Supreme Award for Valour in the Years 1940-45 By F. Gordon Roe
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The story of the Victoria Cross from its inception in 1856 through the end of World War II, with the emphasis being on coverage of each of the 171 recipients between 1940 and 1945, providing brief... More > details of the action for which they received the award and, in most cases, a photo or portrait of the recipient. Originally published in December 1945. 128 pages, 206 B&W photos and illustrations.< Less
Brit Girls Of The Sixties Volume Three: Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw & Lulu By David Bret
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Cilla Black was the only important British female singer to emerge from the "Mersey Sound" explosion of the early 1960s. The archetypal girl-next-door, her speciality was powerhouse... More > Continental ballads, with which she was unrivalled. "The Barefoot Princess From Dagenham", Sandie Shaw was one of the decade's most alluring images. She topped the British charts three times and romped to victory in the Eurovision Song Contest at a time when the songs were worth listening to. Lulu was the wee Scottish lassie with the voice which could demolish a skyscraper. Hers was a bigger struggle than most, from Glasgow tenement block to superstardom. She starred in one good movie, was the only Brit Girl to top the US charts, married a Bee Gee, and also won Eurovision. Like Sandie, following a slump in her career she briefly returned to chart glory, singing with the boy band, Take That. Also in this series: Brit Girls Of The Sixties Volume One: Dusty Springfield & Helen Shapiro; Volume Two: Marianne Faithfull & Kathy Kirby.< Less
Brit Girls of the Sixties Volume Three: Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw & Lulu By David Bret
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Cilla Black was the only important British female singer to emerge from the "Mersey Sound" explosion of the early 1960s. The archetypal girl-next-door, her speciality was powerhouse... More > Continental ballads, with which she was unrivalled. "The Barefoot Princess From Dagenham", Sandie Shaw was one of the decade's most alluring images. She topped the British charts three times and romped to victory in the Eurovision Song Contest at a time when the songs were worth listening to. Lulu was the wee Scottish lassie with the voice which could demolish a skyscraper. Hers was a bigger struggle than most, from Glasgow tenement block to superstardom. She starred in one good movie, was the only Brit Girl to top the US charts, married a Bee Gee, and also won Eurovision. Like Sandie, following a slump in her career she briefly returned to chart glory, singing with the boy band, Take That. Also in this series: Volume One: Dusty Springfield & Helen Shapiro; Volume Two: Marianne Faithfull & Kathy Kirby.< Less
Evidence in Blue TPB By E. Charles Vivian
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Trade paperback. The ‘Duke of York’ Hotel in Westingborough is a respectable establishment run by the stalwart ‘Little’ Nell; ‘respectable,’ that is, until one of... More > the guests is discovered dead in his room, stabbed through the heart! Local Superintendent Wadden is called in to investigate, and it’s not long before he assigns Inspector Jerry Head to delve deeper into the mystery. Separately, Mr. Ralph Enthwaite of Carden is importuning Wadden and Head to quit their duties and attend to him, as some kind of disaster has befallen him — though he won’t inform them what that disaster is! 'Evidence in Blue' was first published in London in 1938, and in the United States as 'The Man in Grey', and Ramble House is pleased to bring this book back into print for the first time in 70 years.< Less
Evidence in Blue By E. Charles Vivian
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Hardcover. The ‘Duke of York’ Hotel in Westingborough is a respectable establishment run by the stalwart ‘Little’ Nell; ‘respectable,’ that is, until one of the... More > guests is discovered dead in his room, stabbed through the heart! Local Superintendent Wadden is called in to investigate, and it’s not long before he assigns Inspector Jerry Head to delve deeper into the mystery. Separately, Mr. Ralph Enthwaite of Carden is importuning Wadden and Head to quit their duties and attend to him, as some kind of disaster has befallen him — though he won’t inform them what that disaster is! 'Evidence in Blue' was first published in London in 1938, and in the United States as 'The Man in Grey', and Ramble House is pleased to bring this book back into print for the first time in 70 years.< Less