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We Remember the Blitz
ISIS Large Print Bks., 1992 - 395 pages
In a down-to-earth, straightforward memoir, a husband and wife remember how the Blitz shook their small town of Deal in Kent, England, leaving two thousand homes damaged. (History).

Smuggler's Moon
Berkley Prime Crime, 2002 - Fiction - 304 pages
Blind magistrate Sir John Fielding investigates corruption and murder in the seaside town of Deal, which has become a haven for smugglers.

The Anglo-Saxon cemetery on Mill Hill, Deal, Kent
Society for Medieval Archaeology, 1997 - Social Science - 291 pages
Grossbritannien/Irland - Frühmittelalter - Grab - Objektgeschichte.

History of Deal
T. F. Pain & Sons, 1921 - Kent (England) - 443 pages




Iron age burials from Mill Hill, Deal
Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Press, 1995 - History - 215 pages
Mill Hill, in Kent, is one of the richest Iron Age cemeteries in England, with most of the burials dating from2nd and 1st centuries BC. This volume presents the results of excavations between 1984 and 1989 by the Dover Archaeological Unit, but also includes the republication and reassessment of earlier finds, together with detailed reports on metalwork, pottery, human and animal bones, and radiocarbon dating. Ths most significant find was of a young man buried with sword, shield, ornaments and a bronze crown on his head; the decoration of the metalwork provided more examples of Early Celtic Art than from any other grave in England.

The invader's shore
E.F. Howe, 1937 - 74 pages
The invader's shore: some observations on the physiography, archaeology, history and sociology of Deal and Walmer.

The story of Dola, Julius Caesar's landing place
Newnes, 1921
The story of Dola, Julius Caesar's landing place: A romantic history of early Britain
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