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BBC - Christopher Lee This Sceptred Isle 1702 - 1760 The First British Empire (1998)
This misc cd contains 22 tracks and runs 64min 11sec.
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  1. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1702: Queen Anne, last of the Stuart monarchs (03:01)
  2. BBC - Christopher Lee - Marlborough, Godolphin and the Tories (01:14)
  3. BBC - Christopher Lee - The exiled Prince of Wales (01:26)
  4. BBC - Christopher Lee - The French underestimate Marlborough (02:22)
  5. BBC - Christopher Lee - The inner circle of government (01:33)
  6. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1703: the Battle of Blennheim (04:05)
  7. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1706: the Battle of Ramillies (01:52)
  8. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1707: Union with Scotland (07:06)
  9. BBC - Christopher Lee - The state of the nation (04:01)
  10. BBC - Christopher Lee - Changes at Court - Sunderland and Harley (03:13)
  11. BBC - Christopher Lee - The downfall of Harley (02:19)
  12. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1708: the Battle of Oudenarde (02:49)
  13. BBC - Christopher Lee - The end of Marlborough's reign (02:03)
  14. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1709: the Battle of Malplaquet (01:44)
  15. BBC - Christopher Lee - Marlborough accused (04:09)
  16. BBC - Christopher Lee - The siege of Quesnoy and the Treaties of Utrecht (03:12)
  17. BBC - Christopher Lee - The succession an issue once again (02:05)
  18. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1714: the last month of Queen Anne's reign (03:43)
  19. BBC - Christopher Lee - A Protestant State and the printed word (01:57)
  20. BBC - Christopher Lee - The Elector of Hanover becomes King George I (03:04)
  21. BBC - Christopher Lee - Political downfalls - Tories and Whigs (03:34)
  22. BBC - Christopher Lee - 1715: the Jacobite rising (03:26)


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