Salford Sentence Reading Test: Specimen Set (paperback)
ean 9781444149456 title new salford sentence reading test specim sku st 1444149458 product category books comics magazines binding loose leaf author colin...... more
ean 9781444149456 title new salford sentence reading test specim sku st 1444149458 product category books comics magazines binding loose leaf author colin mccarty label hodder education height 6 mm width 230 mm length 302 mm weight 358 grams language english manufacturer hodder education publisher hodder education publication date 30 03 2012 studio hodder education about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and condition
Salford (Adelphi) 1848: Manchester Sheet 23 (Old O.S. Maps of Manchester and Salford) - Nick Burton
Manchester & Salford sheet 22. Original 5 foot plan reduced to a yard to the mile. This wonderfully detailed map covers the area of Salford around and to the...... more
Manchester & Salford sheet 22. Original 5 foot plan reduced to a yard to the mile. This wonderfully detailed map covers the area of Salford around and to the north of the Town Hall, with coverage stretching from the River Irwell and Adelphi Street eastward to Fosey Street and Blossom Street; and from the Town Hall northward to Broughton Road. Much of the map is residential, with houses, courts and even outhouses neatly shown, but major features include Salford Gas Works, Broughton Road School, Chapel Street Chapel, St Stephen's church, St John's RC Chapel, Town Hall, St Matthias' church, Shaw's Brow, Bury Street Ropery, Salford Iron Works, St Philip's church, Adelphi Print Works, Adelphi Baths, Adelphi House, Broughton & Manchester Dyeing Works, Adelphi Sizing Works etc. We include street directory entries for Adelphi Place, Arlington Street, Great George Street, Peel Street, Peru Street and Saint Stephen Street on the reverse.
Advantages: Wide-ranging, detailed, incisive look at the years leading up to war Disadvantages: The occasional omission or questionable argument, inevitable in a book of this nature
...One could argue that the main title of this book is slightly questionable. Throughout the half-century or so preceding the outbreak of hostilities in 1914, Europe had rarely been a conflict-free zone, with the Franco-Prussian, Graeco-Turkish and Balkan wars for a start. However, it is only reasonable to add the qualification that the majority of the continent was at peace with itself and most...
Advantages: Broad scope, engaging narrative, fascinating military history Disadvantages: Diplomatic history not so assured, bias in focus towards Western front
...the First World War. With this peak of interest it is unsurprising that publishers are heavily promoting new general interest books on the subject. This is how I came to pick up Max Hastings? Catastrophe: Europe Goes to War 1914 for £15 from Tesco. Not a bad price for a hefty hardback, but was it worth the read?
It?s easy to be cynical about the coming World War One centenary fanfare. It?s a chance...
Advantages: Fantastic Drawings, Very Detailed Information On Every Species Disadvantages: Quite Expensive
...of Britain and Europe. A couple of years ago I decided that it was time that I updated my reference guide for something a little bit more modern. The book I chose was the Birds of Europe by Lars Jonson.
Lars Jonson is a very well known name in the world of Ornithology. Born in Sweden Lars Jonson is best known as a Bird Artist and has won many prestigious awards. He had an exhibit at the National Museum...