3 edition of A history of Britain, 1900-1939. found in the catalog.
A history of Britain, 1900-1939.
Written in English
|Series||Commonwealth and international library. C.S.E. history division|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||161|
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This book was about the history of Britain. Britain was a small country but it had a long history. Britain’s story was from the days of the Roman Empire 2, years ago.
It describes the different groups of people who had lived there. It shows how the four countries England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland came together as one state/5(7).Rebecca Fraser’s A People’s History of Britain is a very good informative and entertaining read.
It is easy to read and I think this is due to the way Fraser writes and the way the book is structured in chronological order, via the Kings and Queens that have ruled the s: As James sees it, Churchill's career failures of the period resulted from a number of choices gone wrong and misjudgments of the political context, and he is willing to put some of the responsibility on Churchill's colleagues and the temper of the times as well as on Churchill himself.