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Hidden Heritage: Rediscovering Britain's Lost Love Of The Orient [Paperback-2022]
Fatima Manji
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Category:HistoryEuropeanEuropean History-Ehi
Publisher: Vintage Uk | ISBN: 9781529110951 | Pages: 304

A fresh perspective on British history from award-winning broadcaster Fatima Manji Why was there a Turkish mosque adorning Britain s most famous botanic garden in the eighteenth century? How did a pair of Persian-inscribed cannon end up in rural Wales? And who is the Moroccan man depicted in a long-forgotten portrait hanging in a west London stately home? Throughout Britain s museums, civic buildings and stately homes, relics can be found that reveal the diversity of pre-twentieth-century Britain and expose the misconceptions around modern immigration narratives. In her journey across Britain exploring cultural landmarks, Fatima Manji searches for a richer and more honest story of a nation struggling with identity and the legacy of empire. A timely, brilliant and very brave book Jerry Brotton, author of This Orient Isle

About the Author

Fatima Manji is an award-winning broadcaster and journalist who anchors the UK s Channel 4 News, the nation s most popular adversarial nightly news programme. She reports on major national and international stories, and is best known for breaking stories with a global impact: including the tale of Saudi princesses held hostage for years by their father the King; giving voice to the heart-rending testimonies of internally displaced Iraqis fleeing ISIS; investigating an MI5 spy accused of entrapment in rthern Ireland; and tracing the perilous journey of victims of war across the Hungarian border in the face of rising anti-migrant extremism.

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