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    A People’s History of England
    by Arthur Leslie Morton

    🔰 A People’s History of England — READ MORE 🔰

    • Language: english
    • Genres: history
    • ISBN: 9781846643439 (1846643430)
    • Format: paperback, 548 pages
    • Publisher: Obscure Press
    • Release date: January 1, 2006
    • Author: Arthur Leslie Morton

    About The Book

    A complete social and political history of England.

    Contents Include:

    Tribes and Legions

    The Growth of Feudalism Feudal England,

    The Decline of Feudalism

    The End of the Middle Ages

    The New Monarchy and the Bourgeoisie

    Origin of the English Revolution

    The English Revolution

    Commonwealth and Compromise

    Whig England

    The Industrial Revolution

    The Triumph of Industrial Capitalism

    Liberal Ascendancy

    The Organisation of the Working Class

    Colonial Expansion Origins of the World War

    World War

    World Crisis

    Note about Books Index.

    Excerpt from A People’s History of England

    Early maps show a world in which Britain is a remote outpost, a shapeless cluster of islands thrust out into the encircling ocean. But in some of these maps a significant tilt brings their South-western coast close to the North of Spain, reminding us that earlier still, centuries before the making of any maps that have survived, Britain lay not outside the world but on a regular and frequented trade route which linked Mediterranean civilisation with the amber-bearing North. It was by this long sea route and not across the Dover Straits or the Channel that civilisation first reached these shores.

    In Cornwall, in Ireland and along the coast of Wales and Scotland cluster the monuments left by Iberian or Megalithic men who reached and peopled Britain between 3000 and 2000 A final group of such monuments in Sutherland, the last point at which their ships touched land before pushing across the North Sea to Scandinavia, makes the route and its Objective abundantly clear. At this time the land subsidence which had begun a thousand or so years earlier was still going on, and the apparently shorter and safer route up Channel and along the European coast was closed, if not by a land bridge joining Britain to the continent, then by straits that were narrow, shifting, shoaling and swept by rapid tides. This is perhaps the first reason for the settlement of Iberian man in Britain.

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