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London in the 19th Century: 'A Human…

London in the 19th Century: 'A Human Awful Wonder of God' (edition 2008)

by Jerry White

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Title:London in the 19th Century: 'A Human Awful Wonder of God'
Authors:Jerry White
Info:Vintage Books (2008), Paperback, 624 pages
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This dazzling new book explores London’s history in the Nineteenth century, from the destruction of old London and the unparalled suburban expansion, to its absorption of people from all over the world.

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London in the 19th century was the greatest city mankind had ever seen. This book explores London's history over the 19th century. It shows the destruction of old London and the city's unparalleled suburban expansion. It also depicts how London absorbed people from all over Britain, from Europe and the Empire. Originally published: London: Jonathan.… (more)

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