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The decade that swung

Advantages: Fascinating collection of facts, feats and trivia
Disadvantages: One or two niggling minor errors, but basically otherwise none

‘The Little Book of the 1960s’ is one of a series from The History Press. Most of the other ‘Little Books’ deal with specific cities and counties, and this is the first to focus on a specific era. For many of us from a certain generation, it was arguabl ...

JOHNV 06.05.2013 · Read full review
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Review of The Little Book of the 1960s - Dee Gordon

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Secrets of the Hidden City - The London Encyclopedia

Advantages: The closest you can get to time travel
Disadvantages: A daunting 1060 pages

It is one of the ironies of life that most of us live in cities, sometimes even houses, that were named, planned and designed by the long-dead. Those of us who live in or near London know the meaning of “creaking Victorian infrastructure” better than mos ...

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Review of The London Encyclopedia - Christopher Hibbert & Ben Weinreb & John Keay & Julia Keay

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Biggest Secret - Is Icke maniac or magician?

Advantages: Interesting thoeries, challenging information
Disadvantages: Hard to read, some rather odd theories dropped in

...Mad or Magician? DAVID ICKE ? For those who know him, David Icke can induce two different responses. 1. Madman. Said he was the son of God and went through a very long and sad shell-suit phase (I know many others) 2. Is currently uncovering the b ...

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Review of The biggest secret - David Icke

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"the book that will change the world?"

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Thats what it says on the cover anyway, and any book that claims to be that powerful is worth a second look. But first the author. David Icke is a very controversial figure, from a sportsman and sports commentator to a self claimed son of a higher being a ...

steerpyke 16.10.2004 · Read full review
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Review of The biggest secret - David Icke

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Icke's best book

Advantages: very original
Disadvantages: mindboggling

...I have always been interested in David Icke since he presented snooker and football on the BBC when there were only four channels. He then appeared on Wogan, who ridiculed him for what he had to say on the spiritual journey he had embarked upon. It was Wo ...

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Review of The biggest secret - David Icke

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