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Best of Britain By Warren Haley
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During this time of global economic uncertainty, Britain remains a commercial leader and we are proud to feature the companies & entrepreneurs who continue to contribute towards this... More > success. ‘Best of Britain’ is a testament to the commitment and dedication of these people.< Less
History of Britain By John Priestley MA MSc
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The author, an Oxford graduate, writes a complete political history up to the year 2010. This book is written as traditional history – kings, queens, battles, treaties, acts of Parliament,... More > dates, quotations. The author sets out to discover who the British people really are, with material on the ethnic background of the population. There is still room for plenty of standard history, including the glorious feats of the English sailors of the eighteenth century, the development of the astonishing British Empire, the long battles to defeat Napoleon and Hitler, the gladiatorial struggles of Margaret Thatcher, and indeed all aspects of the history of the British Isles. There are special appendices covering the American Civil War and the foundation of Australia. Illustrated with photographs, thirteen maps and a set of ten genealogical tables. Review for this book: "Easy to read, brilliant!" John Knapp (Accountant)< Less
Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Great Britain By Arthur Kemp
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This work combines the most up-to-date genetic research and the established historical record to conclusively prove that: (a) There is a clearly definable indigenous population in Britain; (b) That,... More > in terms the United Nations Charter on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other internationally accepted conventions protecting the rights of indigenous peoples, the British people qualify fully for protected status; and (c) That this United Nations Organisation-mandated protection specifically includes the right of the British people to be protected from the destruction of their identity through mass immigration, integration or genetic assimilation. The genetic make-up of the British people is then discussed, including an easy-to-understand explanation of - How people can be identified and linked to specific areas using modern genetics; - How genetic evidence shows that the vast majority—between 70 and 80%—of all British people have ancestors going back to the end of the last mini ice age.< Less
Childhood Monsters (redone) By Aurora Britains
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There are Monsters that scare children whom hide under beds and in closets. However, are those the monsters they should truly fear?
Ten Days In Britain With Grandma By Tracy Carriere
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Tag along with Tracy and Betty as they enjoy a guided tour of England, Wales & Scotland. Be prepared to laugh out loud at the sometimes ironic, often quirky and always fascinating people, places... More > and situations they encounter. Recorded with warmth and candour Tracy captures the true essence of relationships that can transcend generations.< Less
Islam the Future for Britain By Sola Virtus
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It appears that Islam will become dominant in Western nations including Britain if current demographic trends continue. The timescale is much more rapid than most people realise. The rapid increase... More > in the Muslim population demonstrates the power of compound growth, in mathematical terms it is called a geometric progression. The result is that Britain will have a Muslim majority, some time around the year 2050. This seems unavoidable, unless a very significant shift in political thinking takes place.< Less
Islam the Future for Britain By Sola Virtus
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It appears that Islam will become dominant in Western nations including Britain if current demographic trends continue. The timescale is much more rapid than most people realise. The rapid increase... More > in the Muslim population demonstrates the power of compound growth, in mathematical terms it is called a geometric progression. The result is that Britain will have a Muslim majority, some time around the year 2050. This seems unavoidable, unless a very significant shift in political thinking takes place.< Less
BRITAIN: a nation betrayed By Peter Hargreaves
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15 000 hospital beds closed since Labour.... ....came to power in 1997...... British policing among.... .....worst in the world............ Child and pensioner poverty increased.... .....after... More > Labour came to power in 1997.... Tony Blair’s contempt.... .....for British people.... Tony Blair.... ......went to war.... Under Labour.... .......pensioners were going bankrupt.... After Labour.... .......the ‘good times’ are over.... Britain was ‘3 hours’ away.... .......from going bust........< Less
THE ANCIENT ISLANDS of BRITAIN! By SC Benham
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What was life like in ancient and prehistoric Britain? The British Isles have a history and culture that is entirely unique to the world and Europe. The great people that lived on the isles back in... More > the far distant past left behind them great examples of their abilities, they shaped the future, making great human achievements, building great structures like Stonehenge. Who were the rulers that stood out? What was the conflict like between the Celtic natives and the Roman intruders? All this and more is covered in this book.< Less
Suicide in Medieval Britain By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study analyses the wealth, occupations, age, and gender of the people who attempted to commit suicide in Medieval Britain. Moreover, these suicide acts were investigated legally, and written... More > records were kept. These records shed light on the personal and societal reasons for suicide and present some methods of committing suicide in Medieval Britain. These personal reasons include madness, leprosy, et cetera, and those societal reasons include poverty, moral restrictions and the consequent moral deviations from these moral values, such as nuns or priests who had lost their chastity, et cetera.< Less