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Atlas of British History from Prehistoric Times Until 1978

by G. S. P. Freeman-Grenville

Condition: Good


U. K.: Rex Collings, 1979 140 clean pages plus index. The cover has some wear to the edges and rubbing to the spine. -This atlas aims to provide the general reader and student with maps of the principal themes and events in the history of the British Isles from pre-historic times until 1978. Its object is to relate their political, social and economic history to its physical setting, rivers, lowlands, hills and mountains, the nearness of the sea and the incidence of mineral wealth, which always determines a countries fortunes.




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