By Alan Farmer
Endorsed for Edexcel.
Give your scholars the easiest likelihood of good fortune with this attempted and demonstrated sequence, combining in-depth research, enticing narrative and accessibility. entry to historical past is the preferred, depended on and wide-ranging sequence for A-level background students.
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Edexcel: The British adventure of war c.1790-1918
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