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Audiobooks by Edward Augustus Freeman

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A Really Short History of the Norman Conquest of England Audiobook

A Really Short History of the Norman Conquest of England

Author: Edward Augustus Freeman, Man With A Cat Narrator: Man With A Cat Release Date: February 2019

The Norman Conquest of England was that series of events during the latter part of the eleventh century by which a Norman Duke was set on the throne of England, and was enabled to hand down the crown of England to his descendants. The Norman Conquest of England does in truth mean a great deal more than the mere transfer of the crown from one prince or one family to another, or even than the transfer of the crown from a prince born in the land to a prince who came from beyond the sea. It means a great number of changes of all kinds which have made the history and state of England ever since very different from what they would have been if the Norman Conquest had never happened.

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