By Geoffrey Howse
As good as together with attention-grabbing passages in regards to the huge, immense adjustments that have been happening about the employment of ladies in roles they'd by no means imagined attainable, he has additionally assembled a few attention-grabbing money owed spanning the total of Barnsley, jam-packed with fascinating occasionally superb proof approximately this pretty quarter and its incredible humans. inside of its seven soaking up chapters overlaying the prelude to the nice battle and its aftermath, this publication is bound to catch the interest of all people with an curiosity within the social heritage of Barnsley.
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