A Traveller's History of England

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Interlink Books, 2006 - Travel - 293 pages
"This compact volume... delivers a solid, comprehensive and entertaining overview of England's history... a delightful source." ?Library Journal A Traveller's History of England deals with all the major periods of English history and gives a comprehensive and enjoyable survey of England's past from prehistoric times right through to the present.

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Travelers opening this book upon boarding a flight to London could, by the time they reach their destination, span the history of England from the days of the hunter-gatherers to Thatcher's ... Read full review

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Christopher Daniell is a British archaeologist and historian specializing in Medieval Studies. He now works for York archaeological Trust.

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