BLOOD AND FIRE, William and Catherine Booth and Their Salvation Army,

By: Roy Hattersley

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BLOOD AND FIRE, William and Catherine Booth and Their Salvation Army, by Roy Hattersley
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Doublebay, publishers, New York - ISBN:0385494394, 1999. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Previous owner's name crudely crossed out on front endpaper. Cup ring mark on page 85. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Here is a brilliant biography of two great social and religious figures whose inheritance lives on to this day - the Salvation Army (the most successful religious movement of the nineteenth century). He founded an East London Mission, and she held ideas of social equality that were ahead of their time (and campaigned against child prostitution). This is an outstanding account of a fascinating period of social history. Includes twenty-nine b&w photographs, and index.

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