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Journalistic History (1 Viewer)


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I read alot of history books written in a jourbalistic style, it often makes them far more interesting to read than you average history book.

Two I recommend:

The Offshore Islanders: A History of the English People by Paul Johnson.

London: The Biography by Peter Ackroyd.

Does anyone else have any suggestions of history books which are written in this way? With an obvious love of the subject themselves.