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World War 2 social history

December 15, 2011

WORLD WAR 2 – Victory or Death

I find many people are interested in what it was like to live in wartime Britain. This prompted me to write BRITAIN AT WAR 1939 to 1945 What was life like during the war? by James Lingard (paperback ISBN 9781434359339) (Kindle ASIN: B005QNPQLE) (ebook 9781434359346). The book gives ‘an excellent easy to digest overview of the key events that affected Britain during’ the war. It has received a number of excellent reviews and is now available on Kindle.

Lingard’s Bank Security Documents – now in its 5th edition – presented a very different challenge and has become the leading English textbook on the subject, widely cited by both banking and insolvency lawyers. The chapters on inherent defects and enforcement are of particular value to insolvency practitioners.


Lingard’s Bank Security Documents

November 27, 2011

The 5th edition of my book on bank security documents (ISBN 9781405737265 in hardback or ISBN 9781405764322 e-book) has now been published, establishing its lead in the subject. It will be of interest not only to bankers and their lawyers but to insolvency practitioners and others who seek to enforce or challenge such security.

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