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Published September, 2020
By Tania Kaczynski
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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A poignant look at the lives, experiences and identity of the asylum seekers and refugees that have come to Britain's shores

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Published November, 2019
By Paul Chambers
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A new paperback edition of Paul Chambers' critically-acclaimed Victorian history

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Published June, 2019
By James Essinger, Sandra Koutzenko and Sir Harold Evans
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The story of the one woman who, against all odds, stopped Thalidomide in its tracks because it poisoned a nation

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Published November, 2018
By Penny Starns
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The story of three London hospitals during the Blitz, in the words of the nurses who worked there.

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Published October, 2015
By Rob Boddice
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Published May, 2015
By Ian Wheeler
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Fair Mile was more than just a psychiatric hospital; Drawing on county records, first-hand accounts and archive photographs, Fair Mile Hospital describes the ethos of the Victorian asylum builders and the development of the facility that treated thousands of patients over four generations.

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Published February, 2015
By Rhiannon Evans and Joyce Ffoulkes Parry
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Published October, 2014
By PITKIN
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Edith Cavell's primary aim was to be a nurse and to help anyone who needed her. Her caring nature led her into Resistance work and she helped over 200 Allied soldiers escape to freedom. But she was discovered and subsequently arrested and sentenced to death. And with courage and humility she was killed by firing squad on 12 October 1915.

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Published September, 2014
By Mary Mackie
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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This is the eventful story of the nurses who since 1918 have worn the grey-blue uniform of the RAF, from the Great War to D-Day; Their main field of expertise is their skill for in-flight nursing, caring for very sick patients while flying back to hospitals in the UK.

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Published September, 2014
By Coryne Hall
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Empress Alexandra of Russia, Queen Marie of Romania, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, and Princess Alice of Greece (mother of the Duke of Edinburgh) were just a few of Queen Victoria's relatives who set an example of service well beyond that considered necessary for their rank.

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