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William The Conqueror : Bastard of Normandy

William The Conqueror : Bastard of Normandy

by Peter Rex

William The Conqueror : Bastard of Normandy

A new biography of the Norman king who conquered England in 1066, changing the course of the country forever. Of Franco-Scandinavian descent through his father, Duke Robert 't...
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Witches

Witches

by Tracy Borman

Witches : James I and the English Witch Hunts

In Belvoir Castle in September 1613, the heir of one of England's great noble families falls suddenly and dangerously ill. Within a few short weeks he will suffer an excruci...
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Witches And Witchcraft

Witches And Witchcraft

by David Nash

Witches And Witchcraft

Witchcraft haunts the Western imagination to this day, from Central Europe to Britain to North America. This book explores the development of witchcraft and of the belief in it (stressing the diff...
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Witchfinders : A Seventeenth Century English Tragedy

Witchfinders : A Seventeenth Century English Tragedy

by Malcolm Gaskill

Witchfinders : A seventeenth Century English Tragedy

By the spring of 1645, civil war had exacted a terrible toll upon England. Disease was rife, apocalyptic omens appeared in the skies, and idolators detected in every ...
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Wolsey

Wolsey

by Gregory Fremont-barnes

Wolsey : The Life of Henry VIIIs Cardinal

Cardinal Wolsey is a controversial figure: a butcher's son, a man of letters and the Church, a divisive political expert, a man of principle - yet, to some, an arrogant upstart....
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Wolsey

Wolsey

by John Matusiak

Wolsey : The Life of King Henry VIII's Cardinal

Cardinal Wolsey is a controversial figure: a butcher's son, a man of letters and the Church, a divisive political expert, a man of principle - yet, to some, an arrogant up...
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Women of The Raj

Women of The Raj

by Margaret Macmillan

Women of the Raj

The apparent glamour of the Indian Raj continues to fascinate long after the British quit the subcontinent. But along with the beauty of the Indian landscape and the privilege of servants and holidays i...
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Work Town

Work Town

by David Hall

Work Town : The AStonishing Story of the Project That Launched Mass Observation

The astonishing story of the project that launched Mass Observation In the late 1930s the Lancashire town of Bolton witnessed a ground-brea...
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Workhouse

Workhouse

by Norman Longmate

Workhouse

Everyone has heard of the workhouse. But what exactly was it? Who went there? And how did an institution so universally hated come to be set up? Surprisingly, no full-scale history of the workhouse has ever be...
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Workhouse Cookbook

Workhouse Cookbook

by Higginbotham, P

The Workhouse Cookbook

This wonderfully evocative read explores every aspect of life - and diet - in the workhouse. Including a complete reprint of the 1901 Manual of Workhouse Cookery, and with more than 100 photograph...
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Young Damned and Fair

Young Damned and Fair

by Gareth Russell

Young Damed And Fair

Born into nobility and married into the royal family, Catherine Howard was attended every waking hour - secrets were impossible to keep. In this thrilling reappraisal of Henry VIII's fifth wife, Gar...
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Zong

Zong

by Walvin,J.

Zong : A Massacre, the Law and the End of Slavery

On November 29, 1781, Captain Collingwood of the British ship Zong commanded his crew to throw overboard one-third of his cargo: a shipment of Africans bound for slavery...
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