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World War II: Saving the Reality: A Collector's Vault
Kenneth W. Rendell
Condition: Used, Like New

World War II: Saving the Reality uniquely captures the experience of this monumental conflict. Along with compelling narrative and never-before-published photographs, you'll hold replicas of nearly one hundred wartime artifacts: letters from the front, autographed portraits of commanding generals, urgent ...

Cloak and Gown
Robert W. Winks
Condition: Used, Good

"Cloak & gown" explores the underlying bonds between the world of the university and that of the intelligence community.

All Against All: The long Winter of 1933 and the Origins of the Second World War
Paul Jankowski
Condition: New
£10.99   £4.99

How ideas moved the world from post-war to pre-war once more.

All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley's Sack, a Black Family Keepsake
Tiya Miles
Condition: New
£25.00   £7.99

A renowned historian traces the life of a single object handed down through three generations of Black women to craft a deeply layered and insightful testament to people who are left out of the archives

Colonization: A Global History
Marc Ferro
Condition: Used, Good
£37.99   £6.99

The first comprehensive synthesis and analysis of colonialism from its origins to the present. Using a non-Eurocentric approach, Ferro compares all the European colonial powers, as well as Arab, Turk and Japanese colonialism.

Contagion: Plagues, Pandemics and Cures from the Black Death to Covid-19 and Beyond
Richard Gunderman
Condition: New
£14.99   £5.99

Dr Richard Gunderman shows how disease has shaped the evolution of our species and, if we don't take the proper steps, may yet threaten our very existence on this planet.

Fine Books
A.W. Pollard
Condition: Used, Very Good

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not ...

How to be a Renaissance Woman: The Untold History of Beauty and Female Creativity
Jill Burke
Condition: New
£25.00   £6.99

Beauty, make up, art, power: An alternative history of the Renaissance told by the women behind the paintings

Rummage: A History of the Things We Have Reused, Recycled and Refused to Let Go
Emily Cockayne
Condition: New
£9.99   £3.99

An original exploration of all the ordinary, extraordinary and totally mad things we've thrown out and redeemed through the ages.

The Cambridge Illustrated History of the Middle Ages
Condition: Used, Good

Covers the close of the Middle Ages, an era of crisis, plague, famine and civil strife, and yet also, towards the end, of vigorous economic and colonial expansion, intellectual renewal and religious reformation.

The Find of a Lifetime: Sir Arthur Evans and the Discovery of Knossos
Sylvia L. Horwitz
Condition: Used, Very Good

A biography of the mercurial and controversial man who made one of the greatest discoveries in archaeological history - the Palace of Minos at Knossos.

American Fututre: A History
Simon Schama
Condition: New
£12.99   £5.99

This book examines the history of American exceptionalism tht means so much to it's people but has led into calamaties as well as triumphs. With the election of a new president in November 2008, the fate of America, by extension of the world will be hanging in the balance.

D Day
M. Lepine
Condition: New
£20.00   £16.99

Published to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings

Adriatic: A Two-Thousand-Year History of the Sea, Lands and Peoples
Caroline Boggis-Rolfe
Condition: New
£30.00   £7.99

Adriatic recounts the shared history of the countries around the sea, from Italy to Croatia and beyond, from the Romans to the present.

Dangerous Seats: Parliamentary Violence in the United Kingdom
Eugene L. Wolfe
Condition: New
£20.00   £6.99

Eugene L. Wolfe looks at how instances of individual strife faced by Members of Parliament - be it arrest or imprisonment, brawls on the floor, attacks by individual members of the public, or other examples of danger - have reflected changes and developments in British political history.

England in the Age of Dickens: 1812-70
Jeremy Black
Condition: New
£20.00   £6.99

Life, Society, Family, Economy, and Politics in early and mid-Victorian England mediated through the life and writings of arguably the nation's greatest novelist.

Entente Imperial: British and French Power in the Age of Empire
Edward J. Gillin
Condition: New
£20.00   £6.99

The nineteenth century is too often invoked as moment where Britain alone exerted global dominance, without the need for European collaboration. This book shows how this is fundamentally wrong by exploring British collaboration with France between 1848 and 1914. Gillen redefines our understanding of Britain's role in the world in the age of empire.

Iron Empires: Robber Barons, The Railroads, and the Making of Modern America
Michael Hiltzik
Condition: New
£25.00   £7.99

A gripping and fast-paced narrative, Pulizer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik tells the story of the titanic battle between two giants of the Gilded Age, JP Morgan and EH Harriman, as they fought for control of the nation's railways and reshaped American industry.

Rogues, Rebels and Mavericks of the Middle Ages
John Brunton
Condition: New
£20.00   £6.99

Fascinating accounts of the outrageous criminals, murderous fanatics, unrepentant heretics and audacious pioneers of the medieval era.

The Falklands War Operations Manual: April to June 1982
Dr Chris McNab
Condition: New
£22.99   £9.99

04.30hrs, 2 April 1982: the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic - Argentine Special Forces (SF) troops land by helicopter at Mullet Creek, a small inlet 3 miles south of the capital, Port Stanley. This was the beginning of the Argen

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