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by Scott Christianson
100 Documents That Changed the World brings together the most important written agreements, declarations and statements in history. 100 Documents That Changed the World brings together the most important written agreements, declarations and ...
by AIRFORCE ROYAL
by Bodleian Library
by Danny Danziger
Shakespeare and the Year of Lear
by James Shapiro
The sequel to James Shapiro's multi-award winning bestseller <i>1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare.</i> ...
An epic adventure
by Evan McHugh
1606 marked the first European sighting of Australia, when the Dutch ship Duyfken landed on Cape York. This gripping book tells the stories of the seafaring explorers, shipwrecks and mutinies that followed, including the voyages of Torres and La
by Andrew Morton
<DIV><B>17 Carnations</B> chronicles the entanglement between Edward VIII, his American wife Wallis Simpson, and Hitler, starting with the Führer’s attempts to matchmake Edward with a German noblewoman. While the German foreign ...
The Lost Chapters of Australia's Beginnings
by Nick Brodie
<DIV>For over 200 years Australia’s official history has focused on English colonisation and ‘discovery’, with tales of British explorers and first generation white Australians navigating the vast and unfriendly land. But what ...
by David Hill
"<B>An extraordinary narrative history of the First Fleet, by the bestselling author of The Forgotten Children</B>. Never before or since has there been an experiment quite as bold as this. Set against the backdrop of Georgian England with its ...
by Sandra Lee
The true story of 18 hellish hours for a soldier in Afghanistan. Jock Wallace was pumped. It was the start of Operation Anaconda, the US-led military offensive to flush out al Qaeda and taliban from their last stronghold in the Shahi Kot Valley
by CHARLES MORRIS
In the wake of San Francisco's 1906 catastrophe, an enterprising publisher dispatched journalist Charles Morris to obtain firsthand narratives from survivors. Morris's gripping report was rushed to press a few weeks later, providing ""a complete
The Eve of War
by Christopher Oxford
Christmas 1913: in Britain, people are debating a new dance called 'the tango'. In Germany, they are fascinated by the wedding of the Kaiser's daughter to the Duke of Brunswick. Little did they know that their world was on 'The Eve of War', a ...Audio Book
The Year The World Ended
by Robert Meldrum
Few years can justly be said to have transformed the earth: 1914 did. In July that year, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Britain and France were poised to plunge the world into a war that would kill or wound 37 million people, tear down the ...Audio Book
by CIARA BOYLAN
The Little Book of Limerick is a compendium of fascinating information about the city and county, past and present. Here you will find out about Limerickâ s buildings and bridges, crime and punishment, tragic accidents, and its famous (and ...
by Eric Burns
Fighting the Shadow War: How Britain and America Came Together for Victory
by Marc Wortman
The thrilling story of the hidden war fought by America before they entered World War II, revealing how President Roosevelt aided Churchill in the fight against the Nazis. ...
by Jay Winik
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by Simon Hall
Vibrantly and sympathetically told, this is the story of one year - a capsule history of exhilarating triumphs and shattering defeats around the world. ...