A History of the English-speaking Peoples: The birth of Britain

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Barnes & Noble, 1990 - History - 521 pages
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Review: A History of the English Speaking Peoples, 4 Vols (A History of the English-Speaking Peoples #1-4)

User Review  - Paul Cool - Goodreads

Churchill was my entry point to English and European history, and whatever the limitations of his histories, especially HESP, re-written, committee edited, and published some 20+ years after he began ... Read full review

Review: The New World (A History of the English-Speaking Peoples #2)

User Review  - Clinton Blair - Goodreads

I thought volume 1 was stronger despite being more interested by the subject matter of this second volume. It covers the Tudors, Stuarts, the Commonwealth and Restoration. It is always interesting to see how Churchill interprets history. Read full review

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Britannia
3
Subjugation
18
The Roman Province
35
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