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Arnold-Forster's History of England Scheduled for Years 7 and 8

A History of England from the Landing of Julius Caesar to the Present Day by by H. O. Arnold-Forster (online at archive.org, Google Books; also available from used booksellers or in reprint)

The Arnold-Forster book is scheduled into weeks to line up with the weeks scheduled for Churchill's History of the English Speaking Peoples, since AO's history chronology is matched to Churchill's book in Years 7-10.

Year 7

Week 1
Arnold-Forster ch 1 The Romans in Britain

Week 2
Arnold-Forster ch 2. The coming of the Saxons

Week 3
Arnold-Forster ch 3. The Saxon Conquest

Week 4
Arnold-Forster ch 4. How the Saxons became English and the English became Christians

Week 5
Arnold-Forster ch 5. The Northmen

Week 6
Arnold-Forster ch 6. The Reign of King Alfred

Week 7
Arnold-Forster ch 7. The English Kings from Edward "the Elder" to Edward "the Martyr"

Week 8
Arnold-Forster ch 8. The Danish Conquest

Week 9
Arnold-Forster ch 9. The Danish Kings and Edward the Confessor

Week 10
Arnold-Forster ch 10. The Norman Conquerors

Week 11
Arnold-Forster ch 11. The Story of the English

Week 12
Arnold-Forster ch 12. The Historians and Writers of England before the Norman Conquest

Week 13
Arnold-Forster ch 13. William I--The Norman Conquest

Week 14
Arnold-Forster ch 14. Feudalism

Week 15
Arnold-Forster ch 15. William II, "The Red King"

Week 16
Arnold-Forster ch 16. Henry I

Week 17
Arnold-Forster ch 17. Stephen

Week 18
Arnold-Forster ch 18. Henry II

Week 19
Arnold-Forster ch 19. Richard Coeur-de-Lion

Week 20
Arnold-Forster ch 20. John--the History of the Charters

Week 21
Arnold-Forster ch 21. What the Great Charter Did for Englishmen

Week 22
Arnold-Forster ch 22. Henry III--The Parliament of England

Week 23
Arnold-Forster ch 23. Edward I and "The Breaking of Wales"

Week 24
Arnold-Forster ch 24. Scotland

Week 25
Arnold-Forster ch 25. Edward II--"The Making of Scotland"

Week 26
Arnold-Forster ch 26. Edward III--"The Ruin of France"

Week 27
Arnold-Forster ch 27. Richard II: (1) Wat Tyler, (2) The Banishment of Bolingbroke

Week 28
Arnold-Forster ch 27. Richard II: (3) Geoffrey Chaucer, (4) The Black Death--John Wycliffe

Week 29
Arnold-Forster ch 28. Henry IV

Week 30
Arnold-Forster ch 29. Henry V

Week 31
Arnold-Forster ch 30. Henry VI--"The Freeing of France"

Week 32
Arnold-Forster ch 31. York and Lancaster

Week 33
Arnold-Forster ch 32. Edward IV

Week 34
Arnold-Forster ch 33. The Invention of Printing

Week 35
Arnold-Forster ch 34. Edward V and Richard III: (1) The Last of the Plantagenets

Week 36
Arnold-Forster ch 34. Edward V and Richard III: (2) The First of the Tudors, (3) The Union of the Roses

Year 8

Week 1
Arnold-Forster ch 35. Henry VII: (1) The Tudors, (2). Henry VII: The King's Title, (3) Henry VII: Lambert Simnel; or, Carpenter, King, and Kitchen Boy; (4). Henry VII: Perkin Warbeck

Week 2
Arnold-Forster ch 35 Henry VII: (5) How the King Got Rich, (6) What the Rich King Did With His Money, (7) Some Royal Marriages, (8) Some Changes Abroad

Week 3
Arnold-Forster ch 36. Henry VIII and England at War

Week 4
Arnold-Forster ch 37. The Great Cardinal and the King's Divorce

Week 5
Arnold-Forster ch 38. The Protestant Reformation

Week 6
Arnold-Forster ch 39. Henry as Head of the Church

Week 7
Arnold-Forster ch 40. Edward VI

Week 8
Arnold-Forster ch 41. What the Reformation Meant AND ch 42. Mary

Week 9
Arnold-Forster ch 43. Elizabeth--The Protestant Queen

Week 10
Arnold-Forster ch 44 Mary Queen of Scots AND 45. Protestants and Roman Catholics

Week 11
Arnold-Forster ch 46. The Great Armada AND 47. Last Years of the Great Queen

Week 12
Arnold-Forster ch 48. A New World and a New Age; ch Arnold-Forster's History of England ch 49. Literature and Art in the Tudor Period AND ch 50. Parliament—Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar

Week 13
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (1) How a Stuart became King of England, (2) The New King and His Subjects (first quarter)

Week 14
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (3) The Doctrine of "Divine Right", (4) The Beginning of Troubles (second quarter)

Week 15
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (5) The Pilgrim Fathers, (6) The Gunpowder Plot, (7) James Quarrels with the House of Commons (third quarter)

Week 16
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (8) The Ancestors of King George V, (9) The Translation of the Bible, (10) The Union with Scotland, and the Plantation of Ulster (last quarter)

Week 17
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (1) Cavaliers and Roundheads (first third)

Week 18
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (2) The Quarrel Grows, (3) The King Sets Aside Magna Charta (second third)

Week 19
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (4) Charles as an Absolute King, (5) The Petition of Right: A Storm in the Commons (last third)

Week 20
Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (1) Ship-money (first third)

Week 21
Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (2) Two Evil Counsellors, (3) The Long Parliament (second third)

Week 22
Arnold-Forster finish ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (4) The Arrest of the Five Members AND
54. How Parliament punished the King: (1) War (first part)

Week 23
Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (2) Cromwell and the "Ironsides," (3) The Rise of the "Independents" and the "New Model"

Week 24
Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (4) The King's Crown Goes Down, (5) The Death of the King

Week 25
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (1) The Commons Triumphant, (2) Cromwell in Ireland

Week 26
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (3) Dunbar and Worcestor, (4) The Quarrel with the Dutch, (5) The Fight for the Carrying Trade (first half)

Week 27
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (6) The End of the Long Parliament, (7) His Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, (8) The End of the Commonwealth, (9) The Restoration (second half)

Week 28
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (1) A Fair Beginning (first quarter)

Week 29
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (2) The Dutch in the Medway; or, England Disgraced (second quarter)

Week 30
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (3) Pestilence and Fire (third quarter)

Week 31
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (4) The "Cabal"--the Test Act--"Habeas Corpus." (last quarter)

Week 32
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (1) A Bad Beginning (first quarter)

Week 33
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (2) Sedgemoor (second quarter)

Week 34
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (3) From Bad to Worse (third quarter)

Week 35
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (4) The Throne Becomes Vacant (last quarter)

Week 36
Arnold-Forster ch 58. William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy