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Author : Holton Library, Brighton, Mass
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Release : 1865
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Author : Kelly's directories, ltd
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Genre Book : Endowed public schools (Great Britain)
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Release : 1877
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ISBN-10 : OXFORD:N12087073
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Brilliantly researched and written, this is the definitive history of the city of Brighton. Divided into five sections – Fishermen and Farmers, Princes and Palaces, Late Georgian, Victorian Marvels and Mysteries, Battle Scene and Transformation – it shows how Brighton grew from a small fishing village. For almost thirty years Clifford Musgrave was the director of the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Library, Art Gallery and Museum. In 1962 Faber and Faber commissioned him to write a comprehensive history of the town. It was published in 1970 to much acclaim.This new edition, published forty years after the original publication, includes a double introduction by the late Clifford Musgrave’s son, Stephen Musgrave, and the editor of Victoria County History for Brighton and author of Georgian Brighton, Sue Berry. Two letters from Graham Greene to the author are also featured.

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Genre Book : History
Author : Clifford Musgrave
Editor : The History Press
Release : 2011-04-04
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ISBN-10 : 9780752496894
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Author : George Bradshaw
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Release : 1845
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ISBN-10 : OXFORD:555044196
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Author : James Henry MONK (Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.)
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Release : 1836
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The Brighton bombing in 1984 was the most audacious terrorist attack ever on the British Government. Certainly it was the most ambitious since the Gunpowder plot of 1605. The Provisional I.R.A. detonated a bomb at the Grand Hotel on 12th October 1984. Most of the Government were staying at the hotel at the time. The Conservative party was holding its annual conference in the town. Five people were killed in the explosion, and more than thirty were injured. It came very close to wiping out most of the Government, including the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. The I.R.A.'s Patrick Magee had booked into the Grand Hotel under the false name of Roy Walsh, about a month before. He planted a bomb with a long-delay timer, hidden under a bath in one of the rooms. He was given eight life sentences for the crime, but released from prison in 1999 under the Good Friday Agreement. He served just fourteen years behind bars.It was one of two IRA bombs aimed directly at the collective Government of the day. The other was in February 1991when, at the height of the Gulf War security alert, the I.R.A. fired a mortar bomb directly at Downing Street. The War Cabinet was in session to discuss the threat from Saddam Hussein. The bomb was only yards from hitting the Prime Minister and his senior colleagues. The Grand Hotel bombing and the Downing Street bombing were 'different' to the IRA's other attacks. They were aimed directly at the heart of the democratically elected Government of the day, particularly the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Other IRA bombings either caused greater loss of life, resulted in more injuries or were of a far greater financial cost. For example, attacks at Omagh in 1998 killed twenty-eight, the explosion in the City in London in 1993 cost one billion pounds and the Manchester Shopping Centre bomb in 1996 saw two-hundred people hurt. Devastating as these attacks were, it can be argued that they were aimed at getting attention, disrupting democracy, costing the country money and bullying their way to the political decision making process.

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Genre Book : Political Science
Author : Kieran Hughes
Editor : Pen and Sword
Release : 2014-10-30
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ISBN-10 : 9781473842359
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Release : 1991
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ISBN-10 : NWU:35556030582209
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A contemporary account of the LB&SCR"s locomotives covering the company's formative years from 1839 up to 1903. Originally published over 100 years ago this new edition is fully illustrated with over 150 line drawings and photographs.

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Genre Book : Transportation
Author : John Christopher
Editor : Amberley Publishing Limited
Release : 2014-02-15
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ISBN-10 : 9781445634517
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Genre Book : Railroads
Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee on the London and Brighton Railway Bill
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Release : 1837
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ISBN-10 : STANFORD:36105047644179
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