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The Death of Lt. Frith, 17th Lancers.
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A short programme on BBC Radio 4 last week by Jan Morris who is now 91. Her trilogy ( which she wrote when she was James Morris) called Pax Brittanica was the first I ever read about the British Empire  - I could not put it down then and I believe it is still the very best on the subject. Well worth a listen.
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Thanks Steve , I thought it was worth a listen .
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PostSubject: Re: British Empire - an Equivocation   British Empire - an Equivocation EmptyTue Jul 03, 2018 10:54 am

As a life-long Empire Loyalist now hopelessly outnumbered and out of place, I enjoyed that. Thank you Steve.

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Plenty of copy's available ( cheap ) the AZW section i found as pity-full as usual.
but the overall work is truly amazing.

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Ahh.... Empire... ' play up, and play the game. ' .

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