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The English Revolution, 1688-1689 (1938)

by G.M. Trevelyan

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G.M. Trevelyan's accomplishments both as an eminent scholar and as a writer of exceptional ability enabled him to write a book of two-fold importance, as a piece of literature and as an outstanding contribution to historical inquiry.

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