Wall of England, The English Channel’s 2000 Years of History
Wall of England, The English Channel’s 2,000 Years of History is written by Ernle Bradford. It describes how the English Channel has influenced the fate of Britain throughout history.
This fascinating history book covers Britain’s early history, the evolution of our coastal ports, the centuries of change, the wars, British trade, and more. Fully illustrated.
The English Channel has always played a major part in British life. The 22 miles of sea that makes Britain an island has determined the attitude of the British over many centuries. Perhaps this book gives insight into the recent vote by the British to leave the European Union.
Published by Country Life, London, 1966. Hardback with price clipped dust jacket. Dust jacket slightly scuffed at top. Pages are clean and bright.