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Empire of Guns: The Violent Making of the Industrial Revolution

31/05/2018, £30.00
Through the story of a Quaker gun-maker, Satia upends the conventional view of the Industrial Revolution as a truimph of innovation by placing war and Britain's gun trade at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and the state's imperial expansion.

Essays in Quaker History

01/01/2016, £12.99
Essays in Quaker History consists of 7 illustrated scholarly essays by David Rubinstein with a foreword by David Boulton.

Eunice Fleet

08/01/2004, £8.99
Drawing deeply from Lily Tobias’ own experience, this is the moving story about the treatment of conscientious objectors during the World War I.

Fit For Freedom, Not for Friendship: Quakers, African Americans and the Myth of Racial Justice

This book documents the spiritual and practical impacts of discrimination in the Religious Society of Friends in the expectation that understanding the truth of our past is vital to achieving a diverse, inclusive community in the future.

Friends in Deed

Friends in Deed is the inspiring and deeply human story of Quaker Service Australia, begun fifty years ago by a small group of people who wanted to help change the world, one step at a time.

Fruits of Solitude

Fruits of solitude, in reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life. By William Penn. The tenth edition.

George Bishop

01/01/1997, £8.00
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