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Knitting For Tommy

Knitting For Tommy

by Mary Evans

Knitting For Tommy: Keeping The Great War Soldier Warm.

During the First World War a knitting craze swept across Britain, as women everywhere wanted to 'kit out' their Tommies with socks, mittens, balaclavas, vests, jum...
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100 Beano Postcards

100 Beano Postcards


100 Beano Postcards

Everybody we know loves The Beano! Since 1938 The Beano has celebrated the very best of British comic art and humour. It's a glorious, riotous celebration of children and childhood whose characters h...
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Advice To Single Women

Advice To Single Women

by Haydn Brown

Advice To Single Women

'Single women who have been industrious, and who have boldly carved out a career for themselves, can afford to snap their fingers at lost lovers, and thank the fate that at length designed them fo...
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Ask The Past

Ask The Past

by Elizabeth P. Archibald

Ask the Past : Pertinent and Impertinent advice from Yesteryear

Want to know how to garden with lobsters? How to sober up? Grow a beard? Or, simply, how to make a perfect cheesy omelette? Look no further than Ask the Pa...
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Comic, Curious And Quirky Press Stories From Centuries Past

Comic, Curious And Quirky Press Stories From Centuries Past

by Rona Levin

Comic, Curious and Quirky Press Stories from Centuries Past

This book is an eclectic collection of humorous, bizarre and quirky newspaper stories spanning the 1700s to 1900s. It reveals life's (often avoidable) daily p...
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Cox's Fragmentia II

Cox's Fragmentia II

by Simon Murphy

Cox's Fragmentia II : Further Folios from History

A presumptuous bear imposing on a coachful of ladies, how to behave in the British Museum, the dangers of dallying with a black-eyed girl and the Royal Navy's inaugural ...
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Downstairs Cookbook

Downstairs Cookbook

by Margaret Powell

Downstairs Cookbook

The Downstairs Cookbook offers genuine 1920s recipes from bestselling author Margaret Powell, the house maid and cook who shared tales from her years of service in Below Stairs and inspired the origi...
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Edwardian Gardener's Guide

Edwardian Gardener's Guide


Edwardian Gardener's Guide

It is Edwardian England, and a delightful flower garden and fruitful allotment are matters of personal pride, boons for the family dinner table, and even 'important acts of local patriotism'. ...
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Fancy Cycling

Fancy Cycling

by Isabel Marks

Fancy Cycling

By 1901, when this book first free-wheeled spectacularly into sight, cycling was well established both as leisure pastime and method of getting about. Yet as a forum for the display of acrobatic prowess it...
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Fighting Fit 1914

Fighting Fit 1914

by Adam Culling

Figthing Fit 1914

A collection of facsimile materials showing how the soldiers recruited for the First World War became, and stayed, fighting fit for battle, including how to fight, carry a bayonet and stay in peak phys...
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Great War Cookbook

Great War Cookbook

by May Byron

Great War Cook Book : From Trench Pudding to Carrot Marmalade

During the First World War, Britain was nearly starved into submission, as so many ships were lost to German submarines. Basics such as butter, eggs, milk an...
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Heath Robinson's Great War

Heath Robinson's Great War


Heath Robinson's Great War : The Satirical Cartoons

W. Heath Robinson is best known for his hilarious drawings of zany contraptions, though his work ranged across a wide variety of topics covering many aspects of Britis...
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How To Survive An Atomic Attack

How To Survive An Atomic Attack

by John Christopher

How To Survive An Atomic Attack : A Cold War Manual

The Soviet Union detonated its first nuclear in 1949, heralding the era of the Cold War in which the prospect of thermonuclear attack and assured mutual destruction pu...
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It's All A Bit Heath Robinson

It's All A Bit Heath Robinson

by Lucinda Gosling

It's All A Bit Heath Robinson : Re-Inventing the First World War

William Heath Robinson remains one of Britain's best-loved illustrators and has embedded himself into English vernacular, inspiring the phrase 'it's all a...
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Keep Britain Tidy And Other Posters From The Nanny State

Keep Britain Tidy And Other Posters From The Nanny State

by Hester Vaizey

Keep Britain Tidy & Other Posters From the Nanny State

This collection of public information posters from the period 1945-75 is published in conjunction with the National Archives, where the original posters are located...
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Lady Cycling

Lady Cycling

by Miss F.J. Erskine

Lady Cycling : What To Wear and How to Ride

The late Victorian era was the early heyday of the bicycle, as the introduction of the safety bicycle brought cycling within reach of a whole new audience including women. For...
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Leather On Willow

Leather On Willow

by Nick Atkinson

Leather On Willow : The Pocket Book of Cricket

Are you stumped by cricket and would like to know more? Whether youwant to test your expert knowledge of the gentleman's game or have simply run out of gift ideas, this is ...
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Londonopolis

Londonopolis

by Martin Latham

Londonopolis : A Curious History of London

This curious history of London whisks you down the rabbit hole and into the warren of backstreets, landmarks, cemeteries, palaces, markets, museums and secret gardens of the gr...
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Lovely Bits Of Old England

Lovely Bits Of Old England

by John Betjeman

Lovely Bits of Old England

John Betjeman began writing for the Telegraph in 1951 and continued to do so for a quarter of a century. During that time Britain underwent profound social and cultural changes. In architectur...
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Manners For Millionaires

Manners For Millionaires

by Brummel & Beau

Manners For Millionaires

Manners for Millionaires answers the cry for instruction and guidance from the aspiring rich: 'our readers as still belong to the Pauper, Practically Pauper and Comparatively Pauper strata of so...
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