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Adventure from History, An; The Story of the First Queen Elizabeth
Peach, L. du Garde

Adventure from History, An; The Story of the First Queen Elizabeth
Adventure from History, An; The Story of the First Queen Elizabeth

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Very good in v.good+ dust jacket. V.light wear. Neat gift inscription penned to title page. 50pp.

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Detailed Information

Item No: B10040
Publication date: 1111
Published by: Wills & Hepworth Ltd; Loughborough
Edition: , A Ladybird book. From series 561. c.1960. First published 1958. 2/6 net to DJ front flap. Open winged ladybird logo. Blue patterned endpapers. Title last in series list.
Illustrated: Illustrations by John Kenney
Dimensions: 12mo; 7"
Cover: Hard with Dust Jacket
About this title: This is the story of Queen Elizabeth and the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Her reign laid the foundation of the British Empire with English seafarers sailing all over the world seeking new lands and establishing trade routes.