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Strange but True History Paperback Books

Strange but True History Paperback Books

$14.95
Item #: XC7132
One of Henry VII's most prized possessions was the preserved leg of St. George. In 1789, George III pursued a bestselling lady novelist in a high-speed chase through Kew Gardens. Scots invented the toilet, twice. Featuring hundreds of "strange but true" facts from lands we hold dear, these fascinating books will delight proud Brits of every stripe—or any lover of ... More
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One of Henry VII's most prized possessions was the preserved leg of St. George. In 1789, George III pursued a bestselling lady novelist in a high-speed chase through Kew Gardens. Scots invented the toilet, twice. Featuring hundreds of "strange but true" facts from lands we hold dear, these fascinating books will delight proud Brits of every stripe—or any lover of offbeat history. Choose from English, Scottish and Welsh. Paperbacks, 190 pages each.


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