H. W. Carless Davis (1874–1928) was a highly respected British historian, editor of the Dictionary of National Biography, and Oxford Regius Professor of Modern History. He published a number of histories, but is best known for his history England Under the Normans and Angevins 1066–1271, which became the standard work on the era.
England Under the Normans and Angevins, 1066-1272 (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)by H. W. C. Davis
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The years 1066 to 1271 witnessed some remarkable progress in English history, from the creation of English feudalism and the rejuvenation of the English church to changes in art, literature, and social life. H. W. Carless Davis describes England as undergoing the “truly English phase in her development” in this engaging history of the era.
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