The Victorian Age 1837-1914

(British History)

The "British History Series" tells the story of the people and changing landscape of Britain. It aims to bring people and events to life and set them in a historical context. This title explores the Victorian Age and readers can find out, amongst other things, why there was a famine in Ireland, how Darwin developed his theory of evolution, what happened in the scramble for Africa, and how the Titanic sank.

The book takes in the period under Victoria (1837-1901) and then ends in the Edwardian era.

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The Victorian Age 1837-1914

Paperback: 40 pages

Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd

ISBN: 978-0753414804

Product Dimensions: 26.6 x 21.2 x 0.8cm

The Victorian Age 1837-1914
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