LAWSON LIES STILL IN THE THAMES
Charts the tumultuous life and times of an ordinary seaman born in Scarborough who would come to play a major role in the English Civil War, the Restoration, the Anglo-dutch Wars and the start of the transformation of England into a global political and economic power in the seventeenth-century. 16 pages of illustrations, some in color.
Item #: 2922673
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