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The African National Congress (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Saul Dubow
Ancient Egypt (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Barbara Watterson
The Anglo-Saxons (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Barbara Yorke
The Aztecs (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Brenda Ralph Lewis
The Boer War (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Fred R. van Hartesveldt
Chartism (Pocket Histories) by Asa Briggs
The Civil Wars, 1637-53 (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Martyn Bennett
The Cold War (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Priscilla Roberts
The crusades by Bernard Hamilton
Early Man (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Paul Jordan
The European Reformation (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Vivian Green
The European Union (Pocket Histories) by Michael Maclay
The Falklands War (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Michael Parsons
The Incas (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Nicholas J. Saunders
The Muslim world by Colin Turner
The Norman Conquest (Pocket Histories) by N.J. Highham
The Roman Republic (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Andrew Lintott
The Russian Revolution (Pocket Histories) by Harold Shukman
The Slave Trade (History Files) by James Walvin
The Vikings (Sutton Pocket Histories) by John Haywood
The Welfare State (Sutton Pocket Histories) by Derek Fraser

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  4. Edgar, King of the English: King of the English 959-75 by Peter Rex (2007)
  5. The Earls of Mercia: Lordship and Power in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Oxford Historical Monographs) by Stephen Baxter (2007)
  6. Religion and the English People, 1500-1640: New Voices/New Perspectives (Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, V. 45) by Eric Josef Carlson (1998)
  7. Byzantium: The Early Centuries by John Julius Norwich (1988)
  8. Discovering Ancient Egypt by Rosalie David (1993)
  9. The Hidden Tombs of Memphis: New Discoveries from the Time of Tutankhamun and Ramesses the Great by Geoffrey Thorndike Martin (1991)
  10. The Reformation of the Landscape: Religion, Identity, and Memory in Early Modern Britain and Ireland by Alexandra Walsham (2011)
  11. The Atlas of the Crusades by Jonathan Riley-Smith (1991)
  12. An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England by Peter Hunter Blair (1956)
  13. Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York : 1509-1558 by A. G. Dickens (1959)
  14. Edgar, King of the English, 959-975: New Interpretations (Pubns Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies) by Donald Scragg (2008)
  15. The Crusades: A Reader by S.J. Allen (2003)

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