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This England By Peter Rodenby
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“This England” A novel of a time approximately 250 years in the future. The country within the novel is called England Much of its history is shared with the England that exists today ... More > And existed in the past. The rest is fantasy. The novel starts with the landing of the Prince And ends with Arthur becoming King Fulfilling the prophecy “Of the once and future king”< Less
This England By Peter Rodenby
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“This England” A novel of a time approximately 250 years in the future. The country within the novel is called England Much of its history is shared with the England that exists today ... More > And existed in the past. The rest is fantasy. The novel starts with the landing of the Prince And ends with Arthur becoming King Fulfilling the prophecy “Of the once and future king”< Less
England. By Frank Fox
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To bring within the limits of one volume any detailed description of England—her history, people, landscapes, cities—would be impossible. I have sought in this book to give an impression... More > of some of the most "English" features of the land, devoting a little space first to an attempt to explain the origins of the English people. Thus the English fields and flowers and trees, the English homes and schools are given far more attention than English cities, English manufactures; for they are more peculiar to the land and the people. More markedly than in any superiority of her material greatness England stands apart from the rest of the world as the land of green trees and meadows. England byFrank Fox is a historical book which has 13 chapters and this book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format.< Less
History of England By John Priestley
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The author, an Oxford graduate writes a traditional history - kings queens, battles, treaties, Acts of Parliament. He also sets out to discover who the British people really are, with material on... More > 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 then Hitler, and indeed all aspects of the history of the British Isles. Previously published as History of the British Isles to 1714 and History of the British Isles 1714-2010 - see Amazon for five-star reviews of both books.< Less
History of England 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
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less
History of England By JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
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JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE History of England James Anthony Froude was born at Darlington, England, April 23, 1818, and died on Oct. 20, 1894. He was educated at Westminster, and Oriel College, Oxford.... More > Taking Holy Orders, he was, for a time, deeply influenced by Newman and the Tractarian movement, but soon underwent the radical revolution of thought revealed by his first treatise, the "Nemesis of Faith," which appeared in 1849, and created a sensation. Its tendency to skepticism cost him his fellowship, but its profound pathos, its accent of tenderness, and its fervour excited wide admiration. Permanent fame was secured by the appearance, in 1856, of the first two instalments of his magnificent work, "The History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Armada," the last volume appearing in 1870. This treatise on the middle Tudor period is one of the most fascinating historical treatises in the whole range of literature.< Less
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Thalheimer's History of England By Aaron Jagt
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Thalheimer gave this book two parts, the first Old England, and the second, Feudal England. Thalheimer accepts the Bible as historically accurate, giving this series a unique in-sight into History.

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