This Sceptred Isle

by Christopher Lee

This Sceptred Isle Synopsis

Based on the award-winning Radio 4 programmes THIS SCEPTRED ISLE tells the fascinating story of British history from Caesar's invasion in 55BC to Queen Victoria's death in 1901. Using extracts from Winston Churchill's A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PEOPLES plus accounts from contemporary chronicles and diaries, Lee's book focuses on the pivotal events and key characters that have shaped British history. Written in an accessible yet authoritative style. 'Has there ever been a more user-friendly means to the history of Britain' - The Spectator

Book Information

ISBN: 9780140261332
Publication date: 3rd December 1998
Author: Christopher Lee
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 672 pages
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About Christopher Lee

Christopher Lee is the editor of the latest edition of Winston Churchill's A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH- SPEAKING PEOPLES. He specialises in contemporary political and military history and is author and editor of eighteen books including THE FINAL DECADE: WILL WE SURVIVE THE 1980S (HH '81) and WAR IN SPACE (HH '96). He lives in Chewton Mendip, Somerset.

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