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HILTON, W.S. (INSCRIBED.)
Foes to Tyranny: A History of the Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers.
The Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers, London, 1963.. 301 pp, 8vo, HC (no dust jacket). INSCRIBED/DATED BY AUTHOR FACING TITLE PAGE. "This book is the first history to be written about the Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers and the unions which fused together to give it birth in 1921. Numbered among them are some of the finest workers' organisations of the last century..in these pages we can see the men struggle grimly towards their objectives and feel the privations they and their families often endured.." Interior - previous owner's information at top of free front endpaper, very light browning to page edges. Exterior - minor edge wear to boards, bottom corners lightly bumped, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, tiny watermark to top of textblock, book has slight lean. VG-. Inscribed By Author.
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Book number: 6915
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 21 | £UK 18.75 | JP 2608]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Unions, Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers, W.S. Hilton, Thomas Shortt, James Rennie, Wages, Masons, Bricklayers, Richard Harnott, Carpenters, Joiners, Woodworkers, Social History, Strikes.

 
HISSEY, JAMES JOHN. ILLUSTRATED BY THE AUTHOR.
Over Fen and Wold.
Macmillan, London, 1898, first edition.. 444 pp, 8vo (8 7/8" H), hard cover (dark brown cloth with gold lettering and decoration on spine and front board) - no dust jacket. B&w illustrations - collated. "The following pages contain the chronicle of a leisurely and most enjoyable driving tour through a portion of Eastern England little esteemed and almost wholly, if not quite, negelected by the average tourist, for Lincolnshire is generally deemed to be a flat land, mostly consisting of Fens, and with but small, or no scenic attract ions. We, however, found Lincolnshire to be a country of hills as well as of Fens, and we were charmed with the scenery thereof, which is none the less beautiful because neither famed nor fashionable." The author describes the landscape, ar c h i t e c t ure, history, social and agricultural life, folkore, etc. of the area. 1/2" x 1" piece missing from fore-edge of page159/160, very light browning in margins and gutters of pages, light browning to edges of text block, wear at corners, w ri nk li ng /w ea r and tiny tears top/bottom of spine, very light rubbing, three tiny scuffs on rear edge of spine. Very Good-.
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Book number: 23824
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 63 | £UK 56.25 | JP 7824]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Barnet, Inns, Spas, Hatfield, Stevenage, Spalding, Fens, Bourn, Dykes, Crowland Abbey, Stamford, Biggleswade, St Neots, Ouse, Buckden Palace, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Stilton, Lincolnshire, Kyme, Halton Holgate, Somersby, Folklore, Architecture,

 
HODGES, FREDERICK JAMES.
Men of 18 in 1918.
Ilfracombe, Arthur H. Stockwell. 1988. (ISBN: 0722322321) Soft Cover. 235 pp, 8 3/8" H. B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "(T)he personal experience of a young British infantryman during a remarkable year of European history, the year 1918. The outcome of the First World War and the future shape of Europe depended on the eighteen-year-old youngsters who were suddenly rushed into battle following the German Army breakthrough in the spring of that year. They were inexperienced, and had not finished their training. They matured quickly on the battlefield in France. From March to July they stubbornly defended precarious positions. In August they were Britain's prime assault troops in a 95 day non-stop attack culminating in the end of the four year war in November 1918. (This book follows) the down-to-earth experiences of the ordinary soldier, plucked from teenage life in Britain and thrust into the front line of an international conflict. It is an objective and perceptive account of the daily life of the infantrymen who faced death, and endured the harsh realities of a battle in which they were the essential pawns. The detail is remarkable, full of human interest, irony, understatment and humour. The emotional honesty is impressive and moving. Although true it reads like a grotesque fiction. It could only have been written by one who went through it and survived." Interior - faint erased pencil marks at top of first page. Exterior - book is cocked, has light rubbing, small bump at bottom corner of covers and text block, scattered light line indentations and small soft crease on rear cover, light creases and light fading on spine. Very Good-.
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Book number: 23955
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 | £UK 15 | JP 2086]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Western Front, British Army, Training, Trench Warfare, Trenches, Lancashire Fusiliers, Gas, Poisonous, Germany, France, Germans, Personal Narratives, Reminiscences, Infantry, Spring Offensive, First World War, Biography, Teenagers, Early 20th Century, Bri

 
HOOKE, WILFRED D.
The Channel Islands. The County Books Series.
Robert Hale, London, 1954, revised edition.. 211 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, fold-out map at rear. "The Channel Islands are the oldest of Her Majesty's overseas possessions. Their self-governing status in the British Commonwealth is unique and through t heir long and often troubled history they have frequently played a part in world affairs that is out of all proportion with their size. In this book, which is illustrated from a profusion of well chosen photographs, the author has given an e r u d i t e portrait of the islands as they are at the present time. The day-to-day life of the islanders, the peculiarity of their institutions, customs and government are woven with the story of their past to form a fascinating picture. The r ea de r is s ho wn the beauty of the countryside with its prosperous agriculture and the grandeur of the towering cliffs and shares in the fascination of the little islets whose only inhabitants are the sea birds. The author..has lived in one o r o the r of the is lan d s almost all his life, becoming a Channel Islander by adoption at an early age. With the exception of a break for war service, he has devoted all the time he can spare from bookselling to the study of the islands, part icu larl y th ei r b ird life . H is enthusiasm as a field naturalist has taken him to every part of the larger islands and to most of the smaller reefs and rocks. The Channel Islands have received much publicity since their occupation by the Ger man Army durin g t he w ar, but f ew ac cou nts have presented such a comprehensive and readable story of an area that never fails to captivate for life all those who visit it." Bump to corners of boards - migrates slightly into adjacent pages, lig ht b rowni ng to edge s of text block, very ligh t wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, several small tears and chips, light browning and several light stains on rear pane l, a f ew sma ll fo xing marks . Very Good/ Good-.
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Book number: 21062
USD 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.75 | £UK 13.25 | JP 1826]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Alderney, Courts, de Carteret, Fishing, Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, Gorey, Sark, Guernsey, Germans, St Peter Port, Quennevais, Jerbourg, Helier, Ouen's Bay, Jurats, Occupation, Agriculture, Saumarez, Seigneurs, Channel Islands, Sea Birds, Wildlife, Or

 
HOUGH, RICHARD.
Captain Bligh & Mr Christian: The Men and the Mutiny.
E.P. Dutton, New York, 1973, first edition.. 320 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Map endpapers, b&w plates, drawings, maps. "The main outline of the mutiny is widely known and usually seen in strong blacks and whites. It is only through the author's painstaking scholarship and reinterpretation of the major characters that the classical quality of this saga takes on a new meaning. Mr. Hough's research took him on prolongued journeys from Christian's birthplace to the other side of the world where Christian's death and Bligh's miraculous open-boat escape occurred. For the first time Christian is seen as a troubled and guilty man, proud but soft beneath the skin. Bligh, who had been Captain Cook's brilliant navigator and inadvertent assassin, emerges as a courageous but uncertain leader out of touch with the needs of his men. (This book) throws new light on the relations between Bligh and Christian, on Bligh's voyages to the Pacific, and his incredible journey to New South Wales." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor fading at top/bottom edges of boards. Dust jacket has very light edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, soiling around edges of flaps, minor rubbing. Very Good/Very Good.
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Book number: 24068
USD 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.75 | £UK 13.25 | JP 1826]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Royal Navy, Mutinies, Mutineers, Fletcher Christian, Pitcairn Island, William Bligh, Jack Adams, Joseph Banks, Hms Bounty, James Cook, John Fryer, Thomas Haywood, Peter, Mcintosh, Mckoy, Morrison, Millward, Peckover, Purcell, Quintal, Resolution, Mo

 
KENT AVIATION HISTORICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY. (ROY S. HUMPHREYS, PHILIP MACDOUGALL, LEN PILKINGTON, ROBIN J. BROOKS, DAVID G. COLLYER, RAY MUNDAY.)
Kent Airfields in the Battle of Britain.
Gillingham, Meresborough. 1981. (ISBN: 0905270363) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 192 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). B&w photographs (some German reconnaissance), drawings, profiles. "Biggin Hill, Manston, Hawkinge and West Malling are just a few of those historic Battle of Britain airfields covered in this book. Written by members of the Kent Aviation Historical Research Society, it contains much new material which will be of interest both to aviation enthusiasts and those living in Kent. As the title suggests, it is not an attempt at re-telling the Battle of Britain story for, unlike many previous publications, it concentrates entirely upon the airfields. An introductory chapter though, deals with the effects of the Battle upon the County of Kent whilst subsequent sections deal with each airfield in turn. Apart from those already mentioned, the book has sections on Gravesend, Rochester, Detling, (Eastchurch), and Lympne whilst a further chapter deals with airfield defences. Using personal accounts, official records and many rarely seen photographs, the book aims to be a useful contribution to the history of Kent." Light bump to bottom of spine, spine heavily sun-faded - mainly on top half and lettering is still legible, minor rubbing - tiny scuff on front board. Very Good -/No Jacket - (as issued).
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Book number: 16762
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Battle of Britain, Airfields, Kent, Biggin Hill, Manston, Hawkinge, West Malling, Gravesend, Rochester, Detling, Lympne, Defences, Eastchurch, Aerodromes. 0905270363

 
HUTCHINSON, LUCY, THORNTON, ALICE, ANN, LADY FANSHAWE, MARGARET, DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE, ANNE, LADY HALKETT & BRILLIANA, LADY HARLEY. ROGER HUDSON, EDITOR.
The Grand Quarrel. From the Civil War Diaries of Mrs. Lucy Hutchinson; Mrs. Alice Thornton; Anne, Lady Fanshawe; Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle; Anne, Lady Halkett & the Letters of Brilliana, Lady Harley.
London, Folio Society. 1993. Hard Cover. 256 pp, 9 1/2" H. Bound in full dark blue buckram with a repeat pattern of typographical ornaments in gold; pale blue-grey endpapers. Dark blue slipcase. 16 pages of lithographic plates reproducing contemporary prints and paintings, plus genealogical tables and maps. "There is no denying that writing - and reading - had spread rapidly out from the cloister and chancery under the stimulus of the printing press in the previous hundred years. This new climate of literacy, and a growing self-consciousness as the values of the Renaissance filtered through, combined with the natural instinct to record the extraordinary upheavals of the Civil Wars and their aftermath to produce the first great period of English biography and memoir." Less well known than their male counterparts, these women have left valuable documentation about the Civil War era through their diaries and letters. 1 1/2" soft wrinkle at fore-edge of free front endpaper. Slipcase has small bump to one front edge, light wear and 1 1/2" line indentation to one top side edge, light rubbing. Very Good.
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Book number: 29068
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 | £UK 11.25 | JP 1565]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: English Civil War, Diaries, Letters, Folio Society, Marston Moor, Ireland, Scotland, Lucy Hutchinson, Roger Hudson, Alice Thornton, Lady Fanshawe, Duchess of Newcastle, Artistocracy, Social History, Upper Classes, Conflict, Sieges, Nottingham, Oxford, Res

 
INNES, HAMMOND. ILLUSTRATED BY ALDO COSOMATI.
The Swan, Lavenham.
Trust House Hotels, n.p. 1972, 3rd printing.. Unpaginated (12 pp + covers), 6 1/16" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). Blue, black & white illustrations, including double-page floor plan at centre. A brief history of the Swan Hotel, Lavenham, Suffolk. Interior - clean and tight with no previo us ownership marks. Exterior - clean. Fine.
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Book number: 25098
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Hotels, Inns, Villages, de Vere, Thomas Spryng, East Anglia, Tudor, 15th Century, Medieval, Architecture, Timbered.

 
IVES, A.G.L.
British Hospitals. Britain in Pictures Series.
Collins, London, 1948, first edition.. 50 pp, 8 15/16" H, hard cover in dust jacket. 4 colour plates, 26 b&w illustrations. "The tale begins in the Middle Ages, when the sick were cared for by the religious orders. Later on, the eighteenth century saw a great movement for providing vo luntary hospitals throughout the country. Then came chloroform, antiseptics and the reforms of Florence Nightingale; and with the twentieth century new achievements, and a bold new plan to weld the different hospitals into a comprehensive s y s t e m .(Mr. Ives') book fills a gap in our social history. It shows clearly that, whatever the changes in administration, the quality of the work done in the hospitals will still depend on the skill and devotion of individuals, as it h a s al wa ys d on e in t he past." Previous owner's name/place/date on free front endpaper, small split in paper of rear inside hinge, very light browning to edges of textblock, light to moderate edge wear, minor browning on boards, minor rubbing . D ust ja cke t l igh t edg e w ear - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, browning on spine and flap-folds - light edge browning elsewhere, a few tiny chips, two 1" closed tears. Very Good/Very Good-.
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Book number: 19442
USD 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 10.5 | £UK 9.5 | JP 1304]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Hospitals, Medical Care, Institutitions, St Bartholomew's Hospital, Thomas's, Florence Nightingale, Social, Operations, Mary's, London, Doctors, Nurses, Surgery, Medieval, Guy's, Royal Infirmary, Surgeons, Bristol, Middlesex, Rahere Ward, Fever, Gla

 
JAMES, PAUL.
Margaret - a Woman of Conflict.
London, Sidgwick & Jackson. 1990, First Edition. (ISBN: 0283999047) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 202 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H). B&w photographs. "Upon becoming the first memeber of the royal family to appear on 'Desert Island Discs', Princess Margaret told broadcaster Roy Plomley that she had been 'misreported and misrepresented since the age of seventeen'. Despite the fact that both her public and private life is frequently reported with relish and often distorted by the tabloid press, we know surprisingly little about the Queen's only sister, who has so often been regarded as the black sheep of the royal circle. To coincide with Princess Margaret's sixtieth birthday, expert royal commentator Paul James has written a thoroughgoing and impartial biographical study of the controversial Princess. He illustrates her struggles between personal desire and public duty, the opposition she faced in her relationship with Peter Townsend, the pressures of marriage to a non-royal which led to divorce, and the love-hate relationship which she has formed with the media, together with her fight for her individuality within the confines of the royal family. (This book) will provide the reader with a compelling insight into the public and private worlds of one of the strongest and most colourful characters in the royal family, looking back over a life which has contained more than its fair share of conflict and turmoil." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, fading to colour on spine and rear hinge/rear top edge areas - lettering still very legible on spine. Very Good+/Very Good-.
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Book number: 23106
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 | £UK 11.25 | JP 1565]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Princess Margaret, British Royal Family, Windsor, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Queen Mother, Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Princess Diana, Buckingham Palace, Diana, Kensington, Peter Townsend, Anthony Snowdon, Viscount Linley, Sandringham, Sarah Duchess York, Roddy Lle

 
JAMES, WILLIAM.
The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Declaration of War By France in 1793 to the Accession of George Iv. 6 Volume Set.
London, Richard Bentley. 1859, New Edition with Additions and Notes. Half-Leather. 6 volume set - 7 1/8" H, half leather (leather spines with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering/banding, leather corners), marbled paper covered boards, red speckled textblock edges. 6 b&w frontispiece portraits, 40 diagrams, 28 folding tables. After introductory information, the volumes follow a year-by-year format from the First French Revolutionary War (1792) to the Battle of Navarin (1827). Under most yearly sections there is a discussion of the British and French Fleets, Light Squadrons and Single Ships, and Colonial Expeditions. Other fleets are introduced when applicable: Spanish, Dutch, Franco-Spanish, Swedish, Russian, etc. as are sections on the West & East Indies, Africa and North & South America. Interiors - All frontispieces and title pages have areas of light toning and foxing - vol. 3 has a small light waterstain in margin of frontispiece; some preliminary pages also have scattered light foxing; most volumes have a few pages with pen and/or pencil notations of varying size in margins and some with underlining of text; some volumes have a few pages with a few scattered light foxing marks and/or small light stains; vol. II has a 1 1/2" tear/creasing at top of frontispiece gutter; vol. IV has a very small chip at the top edge of two page leaves; there are a few small corner creases on pages throughout the six volumes; most fold-out tables have additional fold creases and some have browning/creaes or very small tears at the fore-edges. Exteriors - all volumes have some rubbing on marbled boards and leather; light to moderate edge wear - more at coners; some corners have small bumps; vol. I has two small dents on fore-edge of front board; vol. VI has a 1' x 3/8' piece of marbled paper missing at bottom of front board. Good.
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Book number: 30377
USD 450.00 [Appr.: EURO 377.25 | £UK 336.25 | JP 46944]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: French Revolution, Napoleonic Wars, Napoleonic Era, Royal Navy, Sailing Ships, Age of Sail, Warships, Naval Warfare, 18th Century, 19th Century, Cannons, Frigates, Carronades, Ordnance, French Fleet, Colonies, Colonial Expeditions, North America, West Ind

 
MORRIS, JAN AND MORYS, TWM.
A Machynlleth Triad.
Viking, (London, 1994), Ist thus.. 182 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Bilingual text (English/Welsh). "A Machynlleth Triad, whose title recalls a medieval Welsh literary and gnomic device, fancifully describes - in both English and Welsh - the Welsh town of Machynlleth at three moments of its history. In 'Y Gorffennol: The Past', we visit Machynlleth during the Welsh rebellion of the early fifteenth century, when Owain Glydwr the patriot leader held a parliament and, according to tradition, was crowned Prince of Wales. 'Y Presennol: The Present' examines the town's personality in 1991, when it celebrated the 700th anniversary of its foundation. The English conquerors are gone; yet the Cymry Cymraeg, the Welsh-speaking Welsh, are not obviously in the ascendant. Wales is still in a kind of historical limbo. In the third part, 'Y Dyfodol: The Future', we are projected into the twenty-first century to visit a Machynlleth celebrating its (unspecified) anniversary as capital of the Welsh Republic, an independent neutral state within a federal Europe. The contemporary segment is more or less reportage, the other two imaginative essays. The whole work presents an artistic portrait of the condition and possible destiny not just of a single small market town, but of an ancient European people.." Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling. NF/VG+.
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Book number: 16553
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Wales, Welsh Language, Machynleth, Owain Glydwr, Rebellion, Prince, Cymry Cymraeg, Identity, Independence, Market Towns, Triads, Future.

 
JARVIS, STAN.
Around the Historic City of London.
London, Bell & Hyman. 1981, First Edition. (ISBN: 0713512490) Hard Cover. Ill.: David Baker. 127 pp, oblong (7 3/16" H x 8 3/8" D) - pictorial boards. B&w drawings, map. "No square mile in England is so packed with drama and history as the City of London. Here are the landmarks of the Roman occupation, the Great Fire, the Plague and the devastation of the Second World War. Here the visitor will find the centuries-old traditions of the livery halls and the bustling markets; the commercial heart of London in the great banks and finance houses; the simple dignity of Sir Christopher Wren's city churches; and the world-famous sights such as the Tower of London. Stan Jarvis's sympathetic text reveals his wide knowledge of the City and David Baker's line drawings capture the unique character of streets, buildings and people." 2" very light line indentation on preliminary pages, tiny dint at bottom fore-edge of both boards, very light rubbing on rear board. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: 23757
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: All Hallows-By-the-Tower, Amen Court, Apothecaries' Hall, Bakers', Baltic Exchange, Bank England, Barbican, Beaver House, Bell Carter Lane, Billingsgate, Blackfriars Bridge, Bow Church, Cheshire Cheese, City Temple, Corn, Custom House, Dirty Dick's, Londo

 
JENKS, EDWARD.
Parliamentary England: The Evolution of the Cabinet System.
T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1903, [1912].. 441 pp, 8vo, HC. The Story of the Nations series, volume 60, Subscription Edition. Chapters include: The Politics of the Restoration; The Glorious Revolution; The Last of the Old Order; Signs of Change; The System of Walpole; The System on its Trial; The Patriotic King; The King's Friends; Revival of the Cabinet System; Pitt; Reaction and Reform; History and Criticism; Leading Dates in the History of the Cabinet System; List of Selected Authorities for the Period. B&w illus. Light browning of pages. Text block cracking at spine (gutter) between pages 176/177 and 192/193 - still very sound. Top of text block dust stained and speckled, patch of light browning on bottom of text block near spine. Top and bottom of spine slightly creased, one tiny nick at bottom of spine, very light scuffing and edge wear. Boards are medium blue with white, dark blue and gilt decoration. VG-.
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Book number: 1437
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 | £UK 11.25 | JP 1565]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: English History, Politics, Political Systems, Cabinet System, Cromwell, Privy Council, Cabal, Constitution, British Empire, Stamp Act, Rockingham, Pitt, Reform Bill.

 
JERROLD, DOUGLAS.
An Introduction to the History of England from Earliest Times to 1204.
Collins, London, 1949, first edition.. 614 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. 5 fold-out maps + 10 maps in the text (collated). "..full-length presentation of the history of England from prehistoric times to the loss of Normandy in 1204." Contents: Introduction; Origins and Foundations; From Neolithic Times to the Late Iron Age; The Roman Conquest of Britain; Britain and Rome: A.D. 61 - A.D. 297; The Origins and Character of Christianity; The End of Roman Rule and the Coming of the Anglo-Saxons; From the C o n v e r s i o n to the Viking Invasions; From the Viking Invasions to 978; From 978 to the Norman Conquest; The Beginnings of the Anglo-Norman State; The Anglo-Norman Feudal System; The Church Under William I; England Under William II; England U nd er H en ry I a nd S tephen; Henry II and the Angevin Empire; From 1154 to the Loss of Normandy; Appendices: Diagrams Illustrating the Sequence and Relative Duration of the Geological Eras; The Main British Prehistoric Cultures; Genealogical T abl es; Ch art ers of En feo ffm ent; The Barony of the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dec. 1093 - Oct. 1096); Chronological Table; Index. Light "old book" odor, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light dust soiling to top of textblock, small bu mp t o to p co rner of rear boa rd, mino r rubbing, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wrinkling, several tiny to small tears, one or two tiny chips, small area of surface paper loss at top of spine, browning to spin e an d fla p-fol ds, l ight edge wear . Ve ry G ood/G ood+.
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Book number: 17968
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Neolithic, Iron Age, Roman Conquest, Rome, Christianity, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Norman, Anglo-Norman, Feudal System, Church, William Conqueror, Angevin, Normandy, Prehistoric Culture, Geology, Plantagenet, Kings, Henry I, Stephen, Ii, Dark Ages.

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