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Series: Kings and queens of England: Weidenfeld and Nicolson

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The Saxon Kings by Richard Humble1
The Life and Times of Alfred the Great by Douglas Woodruff2
The Life and Times of William I by Maurice Ashley3
Norman Kings (Kings & Queens) by James Chambers4
The life and times of Richard I by John Gillingham5
The Life and Times of King John by Maurice Ashley6
The Life and Times of Edward I by John Chancellor7
The Life and Times of Edward II by Caroline Bingham8
The Life and Times of Edward III by Paul Johnson9
The Life and Times of Richard II by Michael Senior10
The Life and Times of Henry V by Peter Earle11
The Life and Times of Edward IV by Gila Falkus12
The Life and Times of Richard III by Anthony Cheetham13
The Life and Times of Henry VII by Neville Williams14
The life and times of Henry VIII by Robert Lacey15
The Life and Times of Mary Tudor by Jasper Ridley16
The life and times of Elizabeth I by Neville Williams17
King James VI of Scotland, I of England by Antonia Fraser18
The Life and Times of Charles I by D. R. Watson19
The Life and Times of Charles II by Christopher Falkus20
The Life and Times of James II by Peter Earle21
The life and times of William and Mary by John Miller22
The Life and Times of Queen Anne by Gila Curtis23
The Life and Times of George I by Joyce Marlow24
The life and times of George III by John Clarke25
The life and times of George IV by Alan Warwick Palmer26
The Life and Times of William IV by Anne Somerset27
The Life and Times of Victoria by Dorothy Marshall28
The Life and Times of Edward VII by Keith Middlemas29
The life and times of George V by Denis Judd30
The Life and Times of George VI by Keith Middlemas31

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