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ust to say how much I en­joy “This Eng­land”. Ev­ery sec­tion of the maga ine is a de­light se­ri­ous, light-hearted, in­for­ma­tive, pen­sive, re­flec­tive and re­fresh­ing it has ev­ery­thing. Some­times con­tro­ver­sial, de­pend­ing on the in­di­vid­ual’s mind-set, but that is good, we are all dif­fer­ent.

My favourite pages, the ones I turn to when the maga ine drops through the door, are “A Royal His­tory Of Eng­land”.

I would love you to col­late and print in book form, sim­i­lar si e to your Trea­sury Books, “A Royal His­tory Of Eng­land, The Story So Far”, to be fol­lowed at a later date by the con­tin­u­ing of the story.

Paul ames is to be con­grat­u­lated. He strikes just the right note in his ar­ti­cles. I par­tic­u­larly en­joyed the Plan­ta­genets, a pe­riod of his­tory that has al­ways fas­ci­nated me, par­tic­u­larly ohn of Gaunt and ather­ine Swyn­ford. What a re­mark­able cou­ple.

Thank you for an ex­cel­lent maga ine. i o

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