English History 1066-1485. The Birth of a Nation’s Identity in Chronological Events

By Michael F. Morley

History teacher Michael Morley is a master of his subject, and his eloquence and gentle humour bring British history to life.
In this structured and detailed first volume of a projected series of three, the author has created a vivid historical tapestry woven from events beginning with the Norman Invasion of 1066 up to Henry Tudor’s defeat of Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 – and the start of the Tudor dynasty.
The range of characters and events embedded within a clear chronological framework provides a feast for both the enquiring intellect and the questing imagination.

Contents:
About the author
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Preface …
Main Text:
Introduction followed by Sections on William I and …
…17 other monarchs

What people have said about this book:
“It is no wonder that many of Michael Morley’s former pupils have pestered him to publish this book so they might be able to relive his excellent history lessons.” (Annette Thornton M.A., M.Litt. Cantab. Lecturer in Classics, University of Reading, 2002 – 2014.)

English History. £15.00 including UK postage and packing.

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