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Victoria County History: Shropshire VI Shrewsbury

@inproceedings{Shrewsbury2018VictoriaCH,
  title={Victoria County History: Shropshire VI Shrewsbury},
  author={VI Shrewsbury and W. A. Champion and A. T. Thacker},
  year={2018}
}
The Victoria History of the Counties of England, more commonly known as the ‘Victoria County History’ or simply the ‘VCH’, founded in 1899, is without doubt the greatest publishing project in English local history. Its rededication by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the year of her Diamond Jubilee, signifies that today, it continues to play a leading role in promoting English local history.(1) Reputed for producing its famous ‘Big Red Books’, it now publishes popular paperbacks, such as, the… 

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