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By G. E. Mingay

ISBN-10: 0415034086

ISBN-13: 9780415034081

ISBN-10: 0415513219

ISBN-13: 9780415513210

strains the increase and fall of rural England from the center a while to the second one global battle and the character of the adjustments that have occurred.

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