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Covering the period from 1660 to 1702, this is part of a major Radio 4 series telling the history of Britain from the Roman invasion to the death of Victoria. It includes extracts from Churchill's "A History of the English-speaking Peoples", read by Peter Jeffrey.
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Christopher Lee is the editor of the latest edition of Winston Churchill's A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH- SPEAKING PEOPLES. He specialises in contemporary political and military history and is author and editor of eighteen books including THE FINAL DECADE: WILL WE SURVIVE THE 1980S (HH '81) and WAR IN SPACE (HH '96).He lives in Chewton Mendip, Somerset.Review:
Thought provoking ... selective but objective, it interprets without being unduly opinionated. * Daily Mail * Extraordinary and compelling history ... Amazing stuff: insightful, accessible and hugely addictive ... It makes you begin to understand your place in the chronological scheme of things. * Time Out * A staggering achievement that is not only readable and interesting but user-friendly. * The Observer * A tour de force * Daily Express * Has there ever been a more user-friendly means to the history of Britain? * Spectator *
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Book Description BBC Physical Audio, 1998. Audio CD. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11056355794X
Book Description BBC Physical Audio, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M056355794X