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Aspects of British History Beyond 1066 Pack A (Raintree Perspectives: Aspects of British History Beyond 1066)
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The Aspects of British History Beyond 1066 series looks at significant developments, events and turning points in Britain's history from 1066 onwards. Each book describes events as they unfolded at the time as well as the effects that they have had on the Britain we know today.






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