By EH Carter,RAF Mears

ISBN-10: 1906768471

ISBN-13: 9781906768478

This hugely renowned sequence, first published in 1937, tells the tale of our islands in a simple, chronological narrative. Carter and Mears’ writing is fast paced, muscular and direct, and covers the matrix of British historical past together with in a foreign country occasions, the humanities, faith and significant social changes.Updated and revised by means of a professional hand, this sequence is being revived at a time whilst the failure of our faculties to supply a attached, fact-based experience of the occasions that outlined our kingdom, is being rightly and more and more lamented by way of politicians, mom and dad and the media. quantity VI specializes in enlargement in another country in the course of Victoria’s reign, and the triumphs of technological know-how and that allowed Britain to keep up its place, demonstrated within the Georgian period, because the world’s nice fiscal power.

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