Series: The Peoples of the British Isles: A New History

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The Peoples of the British Isles: A New History : From Prehistoric Times to 1688 by Stanford E. Lehmberg1
The Peoples of the British Isles: A New History : From 1688 to 1870 (Wadsworth British History Series) by Thomas William Heyck2
The Peoples of the British Isles: A New History : From 1870 to the Present by Thomas William Heyck3

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  1. Modern England: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present by R. K. Webb (1968)
  2. The Past Speaks: Sources and Problems in British History, Volume II: Since 1688 (The Past Speaks, Series : Volume II) by Walter Arnstein (1981)
  3. This Realm of England 1399-1688 by Lacey Baldwin Smith (1966)
  4. The Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland by Christopher Haigh (1985)
  5. Britain after Rome : The Fall and Rise, from 400-1070 by Robin Fleming (2010)
  6. The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy by David Cannadine (1990)
  7. The Later Tudors: England, 1547-1603 by Penry Williams (1995)
  8. Lost Gold of the Dark Ages: War, Treasure, and the Mystery of the Saxons by Caroline Alexander (2011)
  9. The Story of Britain by Roy Strong (1996)
  10. A History of the British Isles by Jeremy Black (1996)
  11. From Alfred to Henry III, 871-1272 by Christopher Brooke (1961)
  12. Stuart England by J. P. Kenyon (1978)
  13. Britons: Forging the Nation 1707-1837 by Linda Colley (1992)
  14. England: A Concise History by F. E. Halliday (1964)
  15. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle by James Ingram (1929)

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