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  • Tutankhamun Hardcover

    Howard Carter And The Search For Tutankhamun Hardcover

    $14.99

    On November 4th 1922, Howard Carter finally discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, following years of relentless work, which had been financed by Carter’s benefactor, Lord Carnarvon.

    The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb would become the single greatest archaeological find of all time and, almost overnight, King Tut became a household name.

  • Tutankhamun eBook

    Howard Carter And The Search For Tutankhamun Kindle Edition

    $2.99

    On November 4th 1922, Howard Carter finally discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, following years of relentless work, which had been financed by Carter’s benefactor, Lord Carnarvon.

    The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb would become the single greatest archaeological find of all time and, almost overnight, King Tut became a household name.

  • Tutankhamun Paperback

    Howard Carter And The Search For Tutankhamun Paperback

    $6.99

    On November 4th 1922, Howard Carter finally discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, following years of relentless work, which had been financed by Carter’s benefactor, Lord Carnarvon.

    The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb would become the single greatest archaeological find of all time and, almost overnight, King Tut became a household name.

  • Franz Ferdinand Assassination Hardcover

    The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Hardcover

    $14.99

    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie Chotek is considered by many historians to be the single most important immediate cause of World War One.

    This Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand book is a resource about the most immediate of the WW1 causes and is ideal for children and adults alike.

  • Franz Ferdinand Assassination-eBook

    The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Kindle

    $2.99

    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie Chotek is considered by many historians to be the single most important immediate cause of World War One.

    This Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand book is a resource about the most immediate of the WW1 causes and is ideal for children and adults alike.

  • Franz Ferdinand Assassination Paperback

    The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Paperback

    $6.99

    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie Chotek is considered by many historians to be the single most important immediate cause of World War One.

    This Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand book is a resource about the most immediate of the WW1 causes and is ideal for children and adults alike.

  • Christmas Truce Hardcover

    The Real Story Of The 1914 Christmas Truce Hardcover

    $14.99

    The Christmas Truce of 1914 was a remarkable episode during World War I; a single fleeting moment of man’s humanity, amidst the horrors of war.

    This book takes a detailed look at the Christmas Truce, within the context of the social and political landscape at the time. It also considers the part that football may or may not have played during the truce and why it is that a football match has become the overriding symbol of the Christmas Truce in modern times.

  • Christmas Truce eBook

    The Real Story Of The 1914 Christmas Truce Kindle Edition

    $2.99

    This book takes a detailed look at the Christmas Truce, within the context of the social and political landscape at the time. It also considers the part that football may or may not have played during the truce and why it is that a football match has become the overriding symbol of the Christmas Truce in modern times.

  • Christmas Truce Paperback

    The Real Story Of The 1914 Christmas Truce Paperback

    $6.99

    The Christmas Truce of 1914 was a remarkable episode during World War I; a single fleeting moment of man’s humanity, amidst the horrors of war.

    This book takes a detailed look at the Christmas Truce, within the context of the social and political landscape at the time. It also considers the part that football may or may not have played during the truce and why it is that a football match has become the overriding symbol of the Christmas Truce in modern times.