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The bombing of Birmingham in World War II
caused over 2000 deaths..
Following in the illustrious footsteps of
Charles Dickens and M. R. J..
St. Paul’s School for Girls first opened its doors in 1908. To mark one hundred years of Catholic ed..
Fay Crofts has carefully researched and
documented the hundred ye..
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In Homes for People, Carl Chinn recounts
how in 19th Century Birmin..
For the first time,
wrestler-turned-film-and-television actor Pat Roach t..
Sal and Issie would never have met had it
not been for WWII; their ..
A comprehensive photographic history of
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Quarter's origins and de..
Joseph Priestley (1733-1804) was a major
figure in the intellec..
This biography of Josiah Mason, prompted by
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Shirley Davies recalls her wartime childhood in Coseley, in the Black Country the premature death of..
Birmingham would definitely not be the
place that it is today, with..