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Book Review --
Kent Through the Years.
Belgae, Romans, Jutes, Danes and Normans have come here, conquered, left their marks and given way to the next wave of invaders. Everywhere the visitor will see the record of those centuries, from the earliest prehistoric hunter huddled round his fire, to the modern bustle of Bromley or Gravesend. Christopher Wright brings to life the people who have worked, built and fought over the county, and have helped to make the face we now see.
192 pages, 70 b/w photographs, 3 maps.
Published by Botsford, price £3.50