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Domesday Now

Domesday Now

by D Roffe & K.S.B. Keats-Rohan

Domesday Now : New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book

Compiled from the records of a survey of the kingdom of England commissioned by William the Conqueror in 1085, Domesday Book is a key source for the history of E...
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Dominion

Dominion

by Peter Ackroyd

Dominion : A History of England Volume V

'Ackroyd makes history accessible to the layman' - Ian Thomson, IndependentThe penultimate volume of Peter Ackroyd's masterful History of England series, Dominion begins in 1815 ...
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Dr Beeching's Axe 50 Years On : Illustrated Memories of Britain's Lost Railways

Dr Beeching's Axe 50 Years On : Illustrated Memories of Britain's Lost Railways

by Julian Holland

Dr Beeching's Axe 50 Years On : Illustrated Memories of Britain's Lost Railways

An illustrated memorial to all that was lost following the Beeching Report. Julian Holland has included every railway line that was closed ...
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Dr James Barry

Dr James Barry

by Michael Du Preeze

Dr James Barry : A Woman Ahead of Her Time

As featured on the BBC Radio 2 Book Club Dr James Barry was many things in his life: Inspector General of Hospitals, army surgeon, duellist, reformer, lady killer, eccentric. ...
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Dr Johnson's London

Dr Johnson's London

by Liza Picard

Dr Johnson's London

The everyday realities of life in the city of Hogarth, Fielding and Dr Johnson, based on contemporary evidence, by the author of the bestselling ELIZABETH'S LONDON. Like its popular and acclaimed pre...
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Dresses And Dressmal

Dresses And Dressmal

by Pam Inder

Dresses and Dressmaking : From Late Georgians to the Edwardians

Examining how dress evolved over the long nineteenth century, between the French Revolution and the First World War, Pam Inder explores the history behind ...
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Duels And Duelling

Duels And Duelling

by Stephen Banks

Duels And Duelling

A duel could be fought over a matter as trifling as a slip of the tongue or as serious as a public accusation of corruption. At the height of its formality, two men at odds would meet at dawn, armed e...
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Early Railways 1569-1830

Early Railways 1569-1830

by Andy Guy & Jim Reeves

Early Railways 1569-1830

In the popular mind, the history of the railway begins in 1830 with the opening of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. In fact, by that time the concept of the railway in Britain was already mor...
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Early Victorian Railway Excursions

Early Victorian Railway Excursions

by Susan Major

Early Victorian Railway Excursions : The Million Go Forth

There is a widely held belief that Thomas Cook invented the railway excursion. In fact the railway excursion is almost as old as the railway itself, dating back ...
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Easter 1916

Easter 1916

by Charles Townshend

Easter 1916 : The Easter Rebellion

Now with a new preface for the centenary of the Easter Rising, a compelling interpretation of the rebellion that launched Ireland into a new world. Before Easter 1916 Dublin had been a...
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Easter Widows

Easter Widows

by Sinead McCoole

Easter Widows : Seven Irish women who lived in the shadow of the 1916 Uprising

One week in May 1916, seven Irish women became widows. When they had married their husbands they had embarked on very different lives. They ...
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Edward I

Edward I

by Andy King

Edward I : A New King Arthur?

Edward I (1272-1307) is one of the most commanding of all English rulers. He fought in southwest France, in Wales, In Scotland and in northern France, he ruled with ruthlessness and confide...
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Edward I And The Forging Of Britain

Edward I And The Forging Of Britain

by Marc Morris

Edward I And The Forging Of Britain : A Great and Terrible King

This is the first major biography for a generation of a truly formidable king. Edward I is familiar to millions as 'Longshanks', conqueror of Scotland and ...
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Edward II

Edward II

by Katheryn Warner

Edward II : The Unconventional King

He is one of the most reviled English kings in history. He drove his kingdom to the brink of civil war a dozen times in less than twenty years. He allowed his male lovers to rule the ...
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Edward II

Edward II

by Christopher Given-Wilson

Edward II : The Terrors of Kingship

'He seems to have laboured under an almost child-like misapprehension about the size of his world. Had greatness not been thrust upon him, he might have lived a life of great harmless...
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Edward II: The Unconventional King

Edward II: The Unconventional King

by Kathryn Warner

Edward II : The Unconventional King

He is one of the most reviled English kings in history. He drove his kingdom to the brink of civil war a dozen times in less than twenty years. He allowed his male lovers to rule the ...
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Edward III

Edward III

by Jonathon Sumption

Edward III : A Heroic Failure

Edward III lived through bloody and turbulent times. His father was deposed by his mother and her lover when he was still a teenager; a third of England's population was killed by the Black...
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Edward III And The Triumph of England

Edward III And The Triumph of England

by Richard Barber

Edward III And The Triumph of England

The destruction of the French army at Crecy in 1346 and the subsequent siege and capture of Calais marked a new era in European history. The most powerful, glamorous and respected o...
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Edward IV

Edward IV

by A J Pollard

Edward IV : The Summer King

In 1461 Edward earl of March, an able, handsome, and charming eighteen-year old, usurped the English throne from his feeble Lancastrian predecessor Henry VI. Ten years on, following outbreaks...
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Edward IV

Edward IV

by Charles Ross

Edward IV

In his own time Edward IV was seen as an able and successful king who rescued England from the miseries of civil war and provided the country with firm, judicious, and popular government. The prejudices of lat...
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