Stanley Bertram Chrimes
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Stanley Bertram Chrimes

Stanley Bertram Chrimes (1907-1984)[1] was head of the department of history at University College, Cardiff, University of Wales, 1953 to 1974.[2]

Personal life

Chrimes married Mabel in 1937.[1]

Selected publications

  • Sir John Fortescue, De Laudibus Legum Anglie, University Press, Cambridge, 1942. Edited and translated with introduction and notes by S.B. Chrimes.
  • English constitutional history, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1947. (Home University Library of Modern Knowledge No. 199)
  • The general election in Glasgow, February, 1950: Essays by members of the staff of the University of Glasgow, Jackson, Son & Co., Glasgow, 1950.
  • An introduction to the administrative history of mediaeval England, Blackwell, Oxford, 1952. (Studies in mediaeval history series No. 7)
  • Select documents of English constitutional history, 1307-1485, A.& C.Black, London, 1961. (With Alfred Lawson Brown)
  • Lancastrians,Yorkists and Henry VII, Macmillan, London, 1964.
  • Henry VII, Methuen, London, 1972. (Now published in the Yale English Monarchs series)


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