The Oxford Companion to British History

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GBR Dr Glynis B. Ridley, Lecturer in English Literature, University of Huddersfield
PER Miss Pamela E. Ritchie, Research Student, University of St Andrews
LR Mrs Lynda Rollason, Part-time Tutor with Department of Adult Education, University of Durham
ER Dr Edward Royle, Reader in History, University of York
AS Professor Andrew Sanders, Professor of English, University of Durham
JNRS Mr John Saunders, Senior Lecturer in English, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
ES Dr Eleanor Scott, Lecturer in History & Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester. Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, Open University
JAS Dr J. A. Sharpe, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, University of York
GDS Dr Gary Sheffield, Senior Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
RCS Professor Richard C. Simmons, Professor of American History, University of Birmingham
AS Dr Alan Sked, Senior Lecturer in International History, LSE
EAS Dr E. A. Smith, formerly Reader in Modern History, University of Reading
RAS Mr Richard A. Smith, Research Student at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne
RLS Professor R. L. Storey, Emeritus Professor of Medieval History, University of Nottingham
KJS Dr Keith J. Stringer, Reader in Medieval British History at the University of Lancaster
RJT Mr Roland Tanner, Research Assistant, Department of Scottish History, University of Glasgow
JBT Professor J. B. Trapp, Director Emeritus & Honorary Fellow, Warburg Institute, University of London
JKW Professor John K. Walton, Professor of Modern Social History, University of Lancaster
DAW Dr David Anthony Washbrook, Reader in Modern South Asian History, Oxford University, Fellow of St Antony's College
MJW Professor Martyn Webb [ Emeritus Professor], Honorary Research Fellow, University of Western Australia
BW Mr Bruce Webster, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, the University of Kent at Canterbury
DCW Dr D. C. Whaley, Senior Lecturer, Department of English Literary and Linguistic Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
DW Mr David Wilkinson, Research Officer, The History of Parliament Trust
MW Ms Margaret Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Bradford
PW Dr Peter Willis, formerly Reader in the History of Architecture, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
AHW Professor Austin Woolrych, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Lancaster
BAEY Dr Barbara Yorke, Reader, Department of History & Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

So many people have helped with the production of this volume that it is impossible to acknowledge them all individually, but I hope they will accept my thanks here and will approve of the book. I must however mention the staff of the Robinson Library in the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, particularly for their patience and kindness during the long stages of proofreading and checking. I would like especially to acknowledge the administrative skills of Sandra Dunkin, the organiser of victory -- if victory it be -- and the assistance of Dr Anne Hargreaves, whose help in the later stages was unstinted and who finished, as often happens, by supervising her supervisor. I would also like to express my gratitude to my collaborators at Oxford University Press, and in particular to Pam Coote, Alysoun Owen, Wendy Tuckey, and Alison Jones, who succeeded in turning a sometimes laborious task into a positive pleasure and whose contribution to this work has been so important.

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