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Who Do the English Think They Are? - From the Anglo-Saxons to Brexit

English · Paperback / Softback

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The first book to chart the history of English national identity for a popular audience

About the author

Derek J. Taylor studied law and history at Oxford before beginning a distinguished career as a TV reporter. He now lives in the Cotswolds with his wife Maggie. He is the author of Magna Carta in 20 Places (The History Press, 2015).


The English are often confused about who they are. They say 'British' when they mean 'English', and 'English' when they should say 'British.' And when England, more than the rest of the UK, voted to leave the EU, polls showed national identity was a big concern. So it's time the English sorted out in their minds what it means to be English.

Product details

Authors DEREK J. TAYLOR, Derek Taylor, Derek J. Taylor
Publisher The History Press
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 31.10.2018
EAN 9780750989152
ISBN 978-0-7509-8915-2
No. of pages 328
Dimensions 130 mm x 197 mm x 28 mm
Weight 368 g
Illustrations 20 Illustrations, color
Subject Humanities, art, music > History > General, dictionaries

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