Part of a brand new series with a vivid pulp style, this is a collection of true grim and gruesome Chelmsford events from the early Roman era to World War II. It contains leprosy, Black Death, and rioting peasants; the hideous death of William Caleys, the reign of terror of the Witchfinder General; the vanished palace of Anne Boleyn; the birth of Robert the Bruce; the capture of the notorious Coggeshall gang; the battle against the Zulus; PoWs at Hylands Park; SAS soldiers planning the DESTRUCTION OF HITLER from their HQ; and Henry Road IN FLAMES after a V2 rocket smashed into the street. Read it if you dare!
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Robert Hallmann (Author)
Robert Hallmann is a writer and professional photographer. His photographs have appeared in magazines, newspapers including the Observer and on the House of Commons' Christmas card. His previous volumes include Essex: History You Can See and Essex...