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Books narrated by Victoria Woodson

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    History of Some of London’s Most Famous Landmarks, A

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    6 hours 52 min

    It almost goes without saying that Westminster Abbey is one of the foremost sites in Europe when it comes to being steeped in history. Dating back to the reign of William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest, Westminster Abbey has traditionally been the site of royal coronations, royal weddings, and royal burials, and anyone who enters can instantly feel that they are walking in the footsteps of ... Read more

    $13.99 AUD

  • Audiobook

    End of the Roman Republic, The

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    2 hours 51 min

    Possibly the most important man of antiquity, and even all of history, was Julius Caesar. Alexander Hamilton, the famous American patriot, once remarked that “the greatest man who ever lived was Julius Caesar”. Such a tribute, coming from one of the Founding Fathers of the quintessential modern democracy in reference to a man who destroyed the Roman Republic, is testament to the enduring mark that ... Read more

    $11.99 AUD

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    Minoans and Mycenaeans, The: The History of the Civilizations that First Developed Ancient Greek Culture

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    2 hours 34 min

    Nearly 2,500 years after the Golden Age of Athens, people across the world today continue to be fascinated by the Ancient Greeks. But who did the Ancient Greeks look up to? The answer to that question can be found in Homer’s The Odyssey, in which Odysseus makes note of “a great town there, Cnossus, where Minos reigned.” It was perhaps the earliest reference to the Minoan civilization, a mysterious ... Read more

    $11.99 AUD

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    Persian Wars and the Punic Wars, The: The History of the Ancient Greek and Roman Victories that Preserved Western Civilization

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    5 hours 4 min

    The Ancient Greeks have long been considered the forefathers of modern Western civilization, but the Golden Age of Athens and the spread of Greek influence across much of the known world only occurred due to one of the most crucial battles of antiquity: the Battle of Marathon. In 491 B.C., following a successful invasion of Thrace over the Hellespont, the Persian emperor Darius sent envoys to the ... Read more

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    History of Some of China’s Most Famous Landmarks, A

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    4 hours 46 min

    China has always fascinated outsiders, much in the same way that distant light fascinates someone looking down a dark road. It is both familiar and mysterious, ancient and new, and fully understanding it seems to always remain just out of reach. From the Great Wall to the ancient teachings of Confucius, China’s natural and man-made wonders have been topics of interest among Westerners since the ... Read more

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    Crécy and Agincourt: The History of the Hundred Years’ War’s Most Famous Battles

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    2 hours 40 min

    Although it ended over 550 years ago, the Hundred Years’ War still looms large in the historical consciousness of England and France, even if the name of the famous war is a misnomer. The war was more of a series of separate conflicts between the English and French monarchies, interspersed with periods of peace, and its reputation remains an odd one, in part because its origins were based on royal ... Read more

    $11.99 AUD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Audiobook

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Life and Music of the Great Composer

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    1 hour 13 min

    Mozart once called music “my life”, and indeed few were as naturally gifted at it. Mozart’s memory and genius for music allowed him to compose lengthy works, even full-length operas, without transferring them to paper until he had fully visualized and retained them. He regarded copying as a tedious task, and this caused no small amount of consternation among performers, in particular the orchestra ... Read more

    $10.99 AUD or Free with Kobo Plus

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    Ludwig van Beethoven: The Life and Music of the Great Composer

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    1 hour 32 min

    Among all of history’s greatest musicians, few have been as admired or influential as Ludwig van Beethoven, whose name remains synonymous with composing. Works like his Fifth and Ninth symphonies remain instantly recognizable over 200 years after they were composed, and their sweeping and grandiose nature are made all the more amazing by the fact that their author was gradually going deaf and ... Read more

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    Battle of Crécy, The: The History and Legacy of England’s Most Important Victory in the Hundred Years’ War

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    1 hour 36 min

    Although it ended over 550 years ago, the Hundred Years’ War still looms large in the historical consciousness of England and France, even if the name of the famous war is a misnomer. The war was more of a series of separate conflicts between the English and French monarchies, interspersed with periods of peace, and its reputation remains an odd one, in part because its origins were based on royal ... Read more

    $10.99 AUD or Free with Kobo Plus

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    Ancient Greece’s Most Important Islands: The History of Crete, Rhodes, and Sicily in Antiquity

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    4 hours 2 min

    Nearly 2,500 years after the Golden Age of Athens, people across the world today continue to be fascinated by the ancient Greeks, but who did the Ancient Greeks look up to? The answer to that question can be found in Homer’s The Odyssey, in which Odysseus makes note of “a great town there, Cnossus, where Minos reigned.” It was perhaps the earliest reference to the Minoan civilization, a mysterious ... Read more

    $13.99 AUD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Audiobook

    Spanish Armada and English Armada, The: The History of Both Nations’ Ill-Fated Naval Campaigns against Each Other

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    1 hour 59 min

    On July 12, 1588, the legendary Spanish Armada headed for the English Channel. The Spanish plan was to take this invasion, led by the Duke of Parma, to the coast of southeast England, where they would be unleashed to conquer Elizabethan England for Spain’s King Philip II and Catholic Christendom. The Armada included over 150 ships, 8,000 sailors, and 18,000 soldiers, and it boasted a firepower of ... Read more

    $10.99 AUD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Audiobook

    Foreign Invaders of Ancient Egypt, The: The History of the Hyksos, Sea Peoples, Nubians, Babylonians, and Assyrians

    Narrated by Victoria Woodson ...

    Unabridged

    6 hours 27 min

    From approximately 3100 BCE until around 1075 BCE, ancient Egypt was ruled by 20 different dynasties. The length of the dynasties varied: some, such as those during the First and Second Intermediate periods could be quite short, while the Thirteenth and 18th Dynasties each contained more a one dozen kings and ruled over the Nile Valley for around 200 years each. Although the first 20 Egyptian ... Read more

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