Victoria remembered: A royal history, 1817-1861, entirely illustrated with commemoratives ePub download
by John May
- ISBN: 0434456888
- ISBN13: 978-0434456888
- ePub: 1525 kb | FB2: 1696 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Heinemann (1983)
- Pages: 242
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Items related to Victoria remembered: A royal history, 1817-1861, entirely. bring history home in a way that nothing else can, which is why they are the most apt illustration of our history - and why to collect them is an interest so rich with scholarly reward.
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These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This chapter began life as my inaugural lecture as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Professor of British History, which I delivered in the Beveridge Hall of the University of London Senate House on 12 January 2004. J.
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