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Free History eBooks and World Events stories

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Calendar FAQ by Claus T√łndering
Shattered Crystals by Mia Amalia Kanner & Eve Rosenzweig Kugler
After the Rain - How the West Lost the East by Sam Vaknin
Pretty Dukkys - The Love Letters of Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn
Religious Confluence by Edward Field
Kittyhawk Pilot by Michel Lavigne and James Edwards
The Art of War  by Sun Tzu
Atlantis, the Deluge and the End of the Ice Age by Zarin
William The Conqueror by Jacob Abbott
Richard The Lion Heart by Jacob Abbott
King Richard II by Jacob Abbott
Richard the Third by Jacob Abbott
Henry the Eighth by A. F. Pollard
Queen Elizabeth the First by Jacob Abbott
Mary Queen of Scots by Jacob Abbott
Battle of the River Plate by Pat Fogwill
Girls on the Home Front by Ian Billingsley
Salute the Silent Hero by Ian Billingsley
The Story of St Swithun's Church, Purley
Puppets of Faith - Theory of Communal Strife BS Murthy
A Journey from Electron to Electricity by Giribabu
Worth Fighting For by Gabrielle Tennenbaum Radnor
From Indus Valley Civilization to my Home by Deepak Ramchandani
Contribution of Sindh in Freedom Movement by Prem Tanwani Translated by Deepak Ramchandani
Lives of the Conjurers, Volume One By Professor Solomon
Collateral Lies -  Dean Talboys
The Stonehenge Observatory - By Dean Talboys
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William The Conqueror by Jacob Abbott is one of a collection of history books published by obooko as a free ebook. This is a taster: 'One of those great events in English history, which occur at distant intervals, and form, respectively, a sort of bound or landmark, to which all other events, preceding or following them for centuries, are referred, is what is called the Norman Conquest. The Norman Conquest was, in fact, the accession of William, duke of Normandy, to the English throne. This accession was not altogether a matter of military force ...