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By Hough, Richard; Richards, Denis
High above the warm, summer fields Churchill's 'few' fought with courage and skill against overwhelming odds - and won. This title provides an account of the air battles as well as an explanation of how the campaign developed. It provides insights into the controversies with the ...aid of original material. It is illustrated with many photographs.Read more
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By Richards, Denis
An Illustrated History of Modern Europe, now in its 7th edition, is a lively account of the transformations that have taken place in politics, economics and social ideas from 1789-1984.
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Originally published in 1958.The history of Morley College provides an illuminating case-history of the growth and spread of adult education in the second half of the nineteenth and early years of the twentieth centuries. Morley College is unique in that it was one of the first o...f such institutions to proclaim and inculcate absolute sex and class equality. It has always been guided by democratic principles in the sense that the students have been encouraged to play a definite part in the administration of the college - an ethos which continues to this day.Read more
By Hough, Richard Alexander; Richards, Denis
An unsentimental and unaffected account of how the outnumbered RAF fought the Luftwaffe to a standstill during the summer and early autumn of 1940 ...A wide-ranging, painstakingly documented and comprehensive appreciation of a turning-point engagement . Kirkus Reviews. Forty page...s of photographs.Read more
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