The English Experience: A Survey of English History from Early to Modern Times
Putnam, 1972 - 523 pages
A broad survey of English history which attempts to reveal the continuing tradition of pragmatism which has influenced the nation's cultural and economic growth.
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SubRoman Britain and the Saxon Settlement
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