Village London: The Story of Greater London, Volume 2
Alderman Press, 1983 - 576 pagina's
Originally published in 1883 under the title Greater London, and first reprinted 100 years later, this work by a Victorian historian and antiquarian records the history of the hamlets, villages and market towns that made up the metropolitan area before the urban sprawl took over.
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