Munro Price

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Munro Price is Professor of Modern European History at Bradford University. He specialises in 18th and 19th century French history and his several books include The Perilous Crown: France between Revolutions, 1814-1848 and The Fall of the French Monarchy, which won the Franco-British Society’s Literary Prize.

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2012

Sunday, 26 February 2012

A chance discovery in a Sussex chapel led Stanley and Munro Price to the fascinating but forgotten story of Lewis Way. In 1805Way, a devout evangelical Christian, came into a fortune by chance and looked for a cause to spend it on. He found it in the Jews -- their emancipation, conversion and restoration to the Holy Land to fulfil the biblical prophesies of the Second Coming.

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