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A feast for  eyes and mind From the homemade to the exquisite, this is the history of Freemasonry made vividly alive Nothing draws together the many facets of Freemasonry as well as the masonic jewel. The…
Benevolence at its best A look the First World War’s impact on  Freemasonry and its charitable activity Written by staff at the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, English Freemasonry and the First World War gives…
Whetting the appetite  for learning Researching Freemasonry can sometimes  be daunting. For busy new members, this  book provides a useful starting point As Freemasons, we are encouraged to make a daily advancement in masonic knowledge,…
A royal tragedy Henry II was a titan of the 12th century, but  his legacy today is almost forgotten An image in the chronicle of Matthew Paris, monk of St Albans, shows Henry IIin conversation…

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