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Reporting the Chinese Revolution: The Letters of Rayna Prohme
Baruch Hirson, Arthur J. Knodel
Condition: Used, Like New
£25.00   £10.99

A unique account of the Chinese Revolution, seen through the eyes of American journalist Rayna Prohme.


A Brilliant Little Operation: The Cockleshell Heroes and the Most Courageous Raid of World War 2
Paddy Ashdown
Condition: New
£9.99   £4.99

The complete story of the remarkable canoe raid on German ships in Bordeaux Harbour - by the man who himself served in the Special Boat Squadron.


The Battle of the Bulge: A Graphic History of Allied Victory in the Ardennes, 1944-1945
Wayne Vansant
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Fought during the frigid winter of 1944-45, the Battle of the Bulge still ranks as the single largest battle ever waged by the US Army. It was also a test: Could this conscript ground force from the Allies defeat the best remaining men and machines that Nazi Germany could produce? In The Battle of the ...


Commander in Chief: FDR's Battle with Churchill, 1943
Nigel Hamilton
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In the second instalment of his Roosevelt trilogy, Nigel Hamilton tells the astonishing story of FDR's year-long, defining battle with Churchill, as the war raged in Africa and Italy.


Falklands War Heroes: Extraordinary true stories of bravery in the South Atlantic
Michael Ashcroft
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Falklands War Heroes is the latest book in the best-selling "Heroes" series by Michael Ashcroft [Lord Ashcroft]. It is the author's seventh book on bravery and it will be full of action-packed, true stories of great courage during the 1982 war.


The Father: A Revenge: 2021
Niklas Frank
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Bitter and unforgiving, The Father is a devastating settling of accounts; a son's 'hate letter' to his father in Hell.


Lessons From History: Hidden heroes and villains of the past, and what we can learn from them: 2021
Alex Deane
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Lessons from History is a joyful romp through the obscurest parts of the past, scouring the annals for overlooked figures and events that nonetheless left a footprint, and bringing them hilariously and often poignantly back to life.


Secret Alliances: Special Operations and Intelligence in Norway 1940-1945
Tony Insall
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In this extraordinary book, historian Tony Insall reveals how some of the most striking achievements of the Norwegian resistance were the detailed reports produced by intelligence agents living in the dangerous conditions of the country's desolate wilderness.


Two Minutes to Midnight: 1953 - The Year of Living Dangerously
Roger Hermiston
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Two Minutes to Midnight is a masterful survey of a pivotal year in the history of the human race; the year it nearly wiped itself out. A unique and compelling piece of narrative history detailing one of the most consequential periods in human history.


Britain's Kings & Queens
Michael St John Parker
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A concise, informative history, of Britain's 56 sovereigns from Alfred the Great in the 9th century to our reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.


Beautifully illustrated, this book also includes family trees and details of where and when each monarch was born, where they were crowned, the dates they reigned and where they are buried.


Wolf Hall Companion
Lauren Mackay
Condition: New
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An accessible and authoritative companion to the bestselling Wolf Hall trilogy by Hilary Mantel, published after the third and final book, The Mirror and the Light.


Terra Maxima: The Records of Humankind
Wolfgang Kunth
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£40.00   £33.99

The greatest achievements of human civilisation are showcased in this stunning reference volume which offers a fascinating overview of record-breaking structures and successes in their entirety and diversity.


This Changes Everything: How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years
Jaquelle Crowe
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Written by a teenager for teenagers, This Changes Everythingis a deeply theological yet practical and accessible book on how the gospel radically transforms every aspect of the teen years.


The Voyage of the Discovery: Volume Two: Captain Robert F. Scott
Robert Falcon Scott
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A narrative of Captain Scott's expedition to the Antarctic


Flesh And Stone: The Body And The City In Western Civilization
Richard Sennett
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Here, Richard Sennett examines the relationship between the human body and the urban environment it inhabits, looking at the different attitudes to nudity, burial, sanctuary and urban planning in ancient Greece and Rome, and Medieval and Renaissance Europe.


Partition: How and Why Ireland was Divided
Ivan Gibbons
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Partition tells us how the idea of dividing Ireland came about, how it gained acceptance and popular support, about its complex and controversial implementation, and the turmoil of the years that followed.


Capital Development - Mandate Era Amman and the Construction of the Hashemite State (1921-1946)
Harrison B. Guthorn
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This book presents the history of Amman's development under the rule of the British mandate from 1921-46 and illustrates how the growth of the Anglo-Hashemite state imbued the city with physical, political, and symbolic significance.


The Communist Manifesto / The April Theses
Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, V I Lenin
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A new beautiful edition of the Communist Manifesto, combined with Lenin's key revolutionary tract

It was the 1917 Russian Revolution that transformed the scale of The Communist Manifesto, making it the key text for socialists everywhere. On the centenary of this upheaval, this volume pairs Marx and ...


The Division of the World: On Archives, Empires and the Vanity of Borders
Ursula Schulz-Dornburg
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Published here for the fi rst time, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg's historically unique photographs show the Archivo General de Indias in Seville before its reorganisation.


The Making the Modern Middle East
Robert McNamara, Andrew Mango
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In 1914 the Middle East was still dominated, as it had been for some four centuries, by the Ottoman Empire; by 1923, its political shape had changed beyond recognition as the result of the insistent claims of Arab and Turkish nationalism and of Zionism.

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