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From Palace to Power
An Illustrated History of Whitehall

Susan Foreman

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“No street in the world can have bred more triumph and more blood than Whitehall. Its brief half mile embodies the power of empire. The power may have declined, but the architecture that was its physical expression survives. The buildings stand today as they did at the height of empire. If ever a landscape was a mirror of history, it is here in the heart of Westminster.” From the Foreword by Simon Jenkins, The Times


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“Probably THE book on Whitehall… Despite the numerous historians during its long history, Whitehall has never been the subject of a work quite like this. Indeed, the format and structure of the book set an admirable example for dealing with other areas of important national significance.” ASCHB

 

Publication Details

 
Hardback ISBN:
978-1-898595-10-6
 
 
Page Extent / Format:
244 pp. / 229 x 196 mm
 
Release Date:
1998
  Illustrated:   Eight-page colour section: printed map endpapers; 160 b/w photo illustrations
 
Hardback Price:
£19.95 / $35.00
 
 

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