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British industry 1700-1950

Walther G. Hoffmann

British industry 1700-1950

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Published by Blackwell .
Written in English


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Statementby W.G. Hoffmann.
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Professor Walther Hoffman erred in basing his series for Britain's copper ore production for the whole period from to on the Cornish output and neglecting the large Anglesey produce between and (British Industry , trans. W. O. Henderson and W. H. Chaloner, , p. ); and it was in South Wales, not in Cornwall. A Modern History of Brookmans Park. by Peter Kingsford. This book, 'A Modern History of Brookmans Park, ', is the first in a series of four books by the late president of the North Mymms Local History Society, Peter Kingsford. His second is entitled, 'North Mymms People in Victorian Times'. Peter's third book is, 'North Mymms Schools and Their Children', and his fourth. preparation of this book, particularly in reviewing the content and to Richard Smith ’ was published as a British Mining Supplement. 2. an important British industry. This has not been an easy task, not least from the point of sorting out the many concurrent claims that abound in .


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