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Gildart, Keith - Images of England through Popular Music, ebook

Images of England through Popular Music

Gildart, Keith

34,55€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
1. Introduction
Keith Gildart
Part I. Teddy Boy England
2. Soundcheck: Buddy Holly and the ‘Lemon Drop Kid’, Wigan, England, Tuesday 18 March 1958
Keith Gildart
3. Coal, Cotton and Rock ‘n’ Roll in North West England
Keith Gildart
4. Exploring London’s

Blaney, Gerald - Policing Interwar Europe, ebook

Policing Interwar Europe

Blaney, Gerald

131,35€

Traffic, Telephones and Police Boxes: The Deterioration of Beat Policing in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester Between the World Wars
Joanne Klein

Division, The 30th - A Brief History of the 30th Division, ebook

A Brief History of the 30th Division

Division, The 30th

8,00€

It was the senior division of Kitchener’s Fourth New Army and was an entirely Lancashire division: the infantry came from the King’s (Liverpool) and the Manchesters, all Pals battalions, while the artillery, engineers and signals were all designated County Palatine.

Burkett, Jodi - Students in Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland, ebook

Students in Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland

Burkett, Jodi

123,00€

Table of contents
1. Introduction: Universities and Students in Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland
Jodi Burkett
Part I. Student Experiences and Day-to-Day Life
2. On Going Out and the Experience of Students
Matthew Cheeseman
3. Prisoner Students: Building Bridges, Breaching Walls
Daniel Weinbren
4.

Leonard, Dick - Nineteenth-Century British Premiers, ebook

Nineteenth-Century British Premiers

Leonard, Dick

41,45€

Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool — Keeping the Show on the Road
Dick Leonard
8. George Canning — in the Footsteps of Pitt
Dick Leonard
9. Frederick John Robinson, Viscount Goderich, 1st Earl of Ripon — Inadequate Stopgap
Dick

Wyrall, Everard - The Die-Hards in the Great War: Vol. 1, ebook

The Die-Hards in the Great War: Vol. 1

Wyrall, Everard

19,00€

During the course of the war another thirty-nine battalions were formed making the Regiment the second largest along with the King's (Liverpool), though not all battalions survived to the end of the war; twenty-four of them went abroad, serving on the Western Front,