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    Charts the rise and fall of the allotment - and the factors behind its most recent resurgence. This book explores the history of the allotment within the context of its social and political history.

    Animals in the First World War

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    Looks at all the practical ways in which animals were essential to the war effort, but is equally interested in their roles as companions, mascots and morale boosters - on land, in the air and at sea.

    Garden Cities

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    Garden Cities: the phrase is redolent of Arts and Crafts values and nineteenth-century utopianism. But despite being the culmination of a range of influential movements, and their own influence, in fact there were only ever two true garden cities in England. This book offers a guide to the movement and to the communities which are its legacy.

    Medieval Church and Churchyard Monuments

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    Churches contain much of the most interesting medieval sculpture in the country. Magnificent effigies, whether of cast copper-alloy or stone, never cease to provoke awe and wonder, conjuring up glamorous images of an age of chivalry. This book uncovers monuments as a rich source of information relevant to an exceedingly diverse range of subjects.

    The Victorian Gardener

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    Over the course of the nineteenth century, gardening came to be considered a respectable profession, providing a means to an education, a good chance of advancement and decent working conditions. This book explores the gardening profession within the complexities of Victorian society and the advances in science and technology.


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