A Short History of England, Ireland and Scotland

By | September 17, 2019

A Short History of England, Ireland and Scotland

His passionate love for his wife, Sarah Churchill, ran like a golden thread of romance through Marlborough’s stormy career. On the eve of battle, and in the first flush of victory, he must first and last write her; and he would more willingly meet 20,000 Frenchmen than his wife’s displeasure! Indeed Sarah seems to have waged her own battles very successfully with her tongue, and also to have had her own diplomatic triumphs. -from Chapter XI With a verve and liveliness worthy of a novelist, American writer MARY PLATT PARMELE (1843-1911) put her unique stamp on world history with her series of clever, concise histories, condensed tales of the world’s great nations that encompassed the essential facts necessary for appreciating the state of the world as she saw it.

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