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The History of England From the Norman Conquest to the Death of John
by Adams, George Burton


Edited by William Hunt, D.Litt., and Reginald L. Poole, M.A.

The Political History Of England
The Conquest
The Subjugation of Land and Church
William's Later Years
Feudalism and a Strong King
William Rufus And Anselm
The Struggle For Power
Conflict With The Church
The King's Foreign Interests
Bargaining for the Crown
Feudalism Under A Weak King
The Last Stage of the Civil War
The King's First Work
King And Archbishop
Conquest And Rebellion
Henry And His Sons
Henry Outgeneralled
Richard I and the Crusade
War And Finance
The Loss Of Normandy
Conflict With The Papacy
The Great Charter
Appendix On Authorities 1066-1216
Personae

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