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The Story of the Empire by Edward Salmon

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The Story of the Empire
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Publisher: George Newnes
Number of pages: 183

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The story about the dramatic development of the British dominions, east, west and south, from the time of Henry VII. to that of Edvard VII. This is not intended as a textbook, but should rather be regarded as a swiftly moving panorama to particular points in which one may hope at some future time to return for closer acquaintance.

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