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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
An Easy Guide to the History of Britain By Joan Green
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This remarkable book is the story of the British people and their nation. It is a book to fill in the gaps between the bits we learned at school, a reference book to keep handy when you read other... More > history books or novels. It is about the Scottish, the Welsh and the Irish who have their own cultural differences, but who share a history – a common descent, language and value system. We are linked together by choice as the British, but how many of us know how the link came about, or how we arrived at what we are? It used to seem natural to be proud of our heritage, but we have recently become uncomfortable about it, apologising for who we are and ignoring how much we have achieved that is good. We are a nation whose system of government and way of life is envied and copied by much of the world, but we are sometimes told that nationalism equals racism and pride in our Britishness is bad. Why should that be?< Less
Prehistoric Britain By Benton Pavsam
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This is a short book about the history of Britain. This book is about the Prehistoric period of Britain
Britain in the Middle Ages: A History for Beginners By Florence L. Bowman
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Britain in the Middle Ages: A History for Beginners BY FLORENCE L. BOWMAN, M.Ed. FINAL HONOUR SCHOOL OF MODERN HISTORY, OXFORD LECTURER IN EDUCATION, HOMERTON COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE First Edition... More > 1919 Second Edition 1920 This scarce antiquarian book. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as blurred pictures. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature.< Less
BRITAIN - THE KEY TO WORLD HISTORY Hardback By Comyns Beaumont
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This volume describes the events of the Bible as taking place in Britain, with the Jews identified as the Silures and Moses as an arms dealer fomenting conflict and touting serpent rods and golden... More > apples. Sophisticated weapons are manufactured in underground bases and great wars take place causing a refugee crisis. Temples are burned and the war culminates in a catastrophe, but is it an act of gods or men?< Less
The History of the Kings of Britain Study Guide By
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The History of the Kings of Britain Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth. It includes a detailed Plot Summary,... More > Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The History of the Kings of Britain.< Less
BRITAIN - THE KEY TO WORLD HISTORY Paperback By Comyns Beaumont
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THE WONDER IN THE LAND! That 2012 ISLES OF WONDER Olympic Opening Ceremony will never look the same again! In this volume Comyns Beaumont links the British survivors of the Northern European... More > Atlantis to significant mysteries of conventional history. He relates the mass extinction brought about by the coming of a 'comet' some 3,500 years ago, during the war between the 'gods' and the giants; re-identifies the Jews; relocates many important historical events, and re-identifies many historical and biblical characters, always backing his assertions with ample and convincing historical, geographical and astronomical evidence. The world turned upside down!< Less
The Great history of Britain - 2nd Edition By Anne & Paul Fryer
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'The Great history of Britain' is an introduction to some of the key events in British history aimed specifically at children. With short, concise chapters, over one hundred and seventy hand-drawn... More > illustrations and an in-depth Glossary and Index it is an ideal first history book which aims to encourage children (and adults!) to ask more questions and to do further research. Beginning at the time of Jesus Christ and ending with an overview of Modern Britain, this book endeavours to show how events and people over the centuries are all linked together. Anyone reading this book should finish with a clear and concise overview of the chronology of 'The Great history of Britain'.< Less
History of the Kings of Britain: Historia Regum Britanniae By Geoffrey of Monmouth
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The Historia Regum Britanniae (English: The History of the Kings of Britain) is a pseudohistorical account of British history, written c. 1136 by Geoffrey of Monmouth. It chronicles the lives of the... More > kings of the Britons in a chronological narrative spanning a time of two thousand years, beginning with the Trojans founding the British nation and continuing until the Anglo-Saxons assumed control of much of Britain around the 7th century. It is one of the central pieces of the Matter of Britain. Credited uncritically well into the 16th century since the 17th century it has been credited with little value as history. When events described, such as Julius Caesar's invasions of Britain, can be corroborated from contemporary histories, Geoffrey's account can be seen to be wildly inaccurate, but is a valuable piece of medieval literature, which contains the earliest known version of the story of King Lear and his three daughters, and introduced non-Welsh-speakers to the legend of King Arthur.< Less
A History of the Oral Surgery Club of Great Britain By John Bradley
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John Bradley describes the conception of the Oral Surgery Club of Great Britain as the first professional society for Oral Surgeons by Rupert Sutton Taylor in 1936 and its history from the first... More > meeting in 1937. He describes its subsequent progress as a travelling club for Oral Surgeons up to the present day.< Less

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