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In Wimbledon, during WWII, 150 people were killed, over 1,000 injured and nearly 14,000 homes were destroyed or damaged.

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Subtitled: the last years of rural Wimbledon.

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Local Historian Dr Elspeth Veale explores the fascinating history of Wimbledon's Belvedere Estate. Illustrated 158 pages.

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In the summer of 1928 Vincent Lines secured a commission to produce a series of drawings of local views and historic buildings for the Wimbledon Borough News.

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Local photographer, Dr Simon Joseph, takes photographic images from the past and rephotographs them from the same viewpoint. Fully illustrated, 105 pages.

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Wimbledon in its early days, by our best-known local historian.

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Cannizaro Park must surely rank among London's finest gardens and its 300-year history also makes it one of the most fascinating.

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St. Mary's history goes back over 1,000 years. Great families such as the Cecils and the Spencers worshipped here.

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A brief history of the present house, its precursors and the people who lived there. Includes a map of the park: 34pp.

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A fascinating stroll through Wimbledon Village's long and illustrious modern history starting in 1500 through to the present day. Many of its street names document the development of the village and its manors and estates and the colourful people who inhabited them. Two roads are named after famous novels and the rest with a conucopia of differing origins.

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