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    Book 1
    Book 1

    The Gunpowder Plot: A Time for Treason

    November 1605, London Dark alleys linger with the shadows of unknown figures and the air is thick with whispers and plo... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    Titanic: Death on the Water

    Fascinating fictional retelling of the events that led to the tragedy of the Titanic, based on documents from the Nation... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    The Great Fire: A City in Flames

    A thrilling historical adventure based on documents from the National Archives. Orphan Sam has survived the Great Plague... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    My Brother's Keeper

    A novel of the First World War. Alfie signs up for the army aged just 15, carried away by patriotic fervour at the start... More

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    The National Archives: Shakespeare Unclassified

    Welcome to the world of William Shakespeare. See what influenced his work, whether he really did write the famous works... More

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    Book 6
    Book 6

    The National Archives: The Buildings That Made London

    Take an incredible journey through the streets of London and see beautiful buildings as you've never seen them before! A... More

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    Book 7
    Book 7

    The National Archives: Plague Unclassified: Secrets of the Great Plague Revealed

    Bubonic plague, otherwise known as the Black Death, has killed millions of people worldwide since the 14th century. Foc... More

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    Book 8
    Book 8

    The National Archives: The Gunpowder Plot Unclassified

    The Gunpowder Plot could have potentially destroyed the House of Lords, taking with it countless lives, including that o... More

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    Book 9
    Book 9

    Plague: A Cross on the Door

    "In sixteen hundred and sixty-five there was hardly anyone left alive." Spring 1665, London Sam was just a young boy w... More

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