A History of Infanticide in Britain, c. 1600 to the Present by A. Kilday PDF

By A. Kilday

The killing of new-born kids is an intensely emotional and emotive topic. The hidden nature of this crime has made it a space tremendously tricky topic zone for historians to procedure up in the past. This paintings offers the 1st precise historical past of infanticide in mainland Britain from 1600 to the trendy era.

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