A Child's History of England: Easyread Large Bold Edition
A Child's History of England: This book covers the period of English history from 50 B.C. to 1689. The work also includes a summarized version of events from 1689 to the accession of Queen Victoria to the throne. The book was used as a text in the British schools until the 1950s, when changing attitudes toward colonialism led to its being replaced.
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