WALL OF ENGLAND - THE CHANNEL'S 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORY

By: Bradford, Ernle

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WALL OF ENGLAND - THE CHANNEL'S 2,000 YEARS OF HISTORY by Bradford, Ernle
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Country Life Limited London. Through the centuries the English Channel has been a moat against many enimies, the arena of battling navies, the highway of trade, the jumping off point for countless ventures across the world, the way of life of a great maritime race. In this book are described the activities of the press gang, the long struggles between smugglers and Excisemen and the spread of the sport of yachting in the 'offshore islands of Europe'. With end paper maps of the Channel and 39 black and white photographs. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Minor lower edge shelf wear. 112pp. 340 mm x 155 mm.

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