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The Nottinghamshire Rebellion By Stewart Vassie
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A funny story about an E.U. directive that abolishes at a stroke the English pickle industry and how one small businessman fights back.
The Nottinghamshire Rebellion By Stewart Vassie
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A funny story about an E.U. directive that abolishes at a stroke the English pickle industry and how one small businessman fights back.
Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire Volume 1 By Dr. Robert Thoroton
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This book is the first volume of Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire. Dr. Robert Thoroton (4 October 1623 – c. 21 November 1678) was an English antiquary, mainly remembered for his county... More > history, The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire (1677). In 1667 Thoroton, aided by a band of helpers, began to work upon his great county history, The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire. This was published in London in 1677; it was dedicated to the eminent antiquarian William Dugdale and was illustrated by engravings by W. Hollar. It was Dugdale who had urged Thoroton to complete the work of history begun by Thoroton's father-in-law.< Less
Templar Retribution By Dave Crofts
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Templar Retribution is a bloodthirsty historical drama, exploring unanswered questions raised from the coronation of Pope Clement V to the abolition of the Templar order and the existence of a new... More > settlement of Templars. Fiction is linked with fact supported with references to create the character of a Templar, who cheats the French inquisitors of one last victim. His torturous escape results in the chilling retribution by a hooded friar who eliminates those responsible for the Templars’ eradication. One by one, the legalists, the Pope, and King Philip IV are removed, leaving France and the church in chaos. The friar escapes to England where in the hamlet of Marnham, Nottinghamshire, he joins a previously unknown settlement of Templars. The Inquisition arrive to a flooded and famine-ravaged Lincolnshire intending the consumption of the Templars’ wealth and lands, where the friar is recognised. They are met with a challenge.< Less
Their Duty Done - Forest Town and the Great War By Tim Priestley
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Forest Town in Nottinghamshire would send many of its men to war. This is the story of those who never returned.
Distant Deeds By Tim Priestley
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A book about the men from Warsop, Nottinghamshire who served during the Great War, many of whom never returned.
The Dukeries By Murray Gilchrist
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The Dukeries is a district in the county of Nottinghamshire so called because it contained four ducal seats. It is south of Worksop which has been called the Gateway to the Dukeries. The ducal seats... More > were: Clumber House: principal seat of the Dukes of Newcastle, Thoresby Hall: principal seat of the Dukes of Kingston and later of the Earls Manvers, Welbeck Abbey: principal seat of the Dukes of Portland and Worksop Manor: a seat of the Dukes of Norfolk. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dukeries Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Newark: Six Decades of Weather By Ian Lyall
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A resume of the last sixty years of weather at Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire (UK) based on the author's own records
Alan Fleming's Brass at Newark By Jerome Bertram and Paul Cockerham
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An examination of the huge Flemish brass of Alan Fleming in Newark church, Nottinghamshire, with comparisons to other brasses of the same school.
The 46th (North Midland) Division at Lens in 1917 By Lieut. P.S.C. Campbell-Johnston
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The units of the 46th (North Midland) Division came from Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Having sailed for France in February 1915 it became the first... More > complete territorial division to serve on the Western Front. It was transferred to the Loos sector in October and hastily thrown against a German strongpoint – the Hohenzollern Redoubt – on the afternoon of the 13 October 1915. The disaster which followed this attack was repeated the following year on the opening day of the battle of the Somme, when it sustained heavy losses during the diversionary attack at Gommecourt. This book details the Division’s involvement in the fighting around Lens in the summer of 1917. This much overlooked period of the Division’s history helped re-established its reputation as a formidable fighting unit which was borne out the following year when it successfully crossed the St. Quentin Canal – famously breaking the Hindenburg Line.< Less