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Bankers and Diplomats in China 1917-1925: The Anglo-American Experience

by Roberta Allbert Dayer

First Published in 1981. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Sudan Under Wingate: Administration in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1899-1916)

by Gabriel Warburg

First Published in 1971. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Gentile Zionists: A Study in Anglo-Zionist Diplomacy 1929-1939

by N.A. Rose

First Published in 1973. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


A Literary History of Persia

by E.G. Browne

Browne's famous work, first published in 1902, was the essential text on literary history in Persian studies for many years. As an overview of Persian literature from the earliest times until Firdawsi, it continues...


A Breton Landscape: From the Romans to the Second Empire in Eastern Brittany

by Prof Wendy Davies *Nfa*, Dr Grenville Astill & Grenville Astill

First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Lessons of War: The Civil War in Children's Magazines

by James Marten

While information regarding children and their outlook on the war is not abun-dant, James Marten, through extensive research, has uncovered essays, editorials, articles, poems, games, short stories and letters...


Beyond the Eagle's Shadow: New Histories of Latin America's Cold War

by Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Mark Atwood Lawrence & Julio E. Moreno

The core strategy of these essays is to explore the degree to which Latin Americans either used the Cold War to advance their own interests or were themselves drawn to Cold War polarizations in order to make...


The Power of Knowledge: How Information and Technology Made the Modern World

by Jeremy Black

Information is power. For more than five hundred years the success or failure of nations has been determined by a country’s ability to acquire knowledge and technical skill and transform them into strength...


The Danube: A Journey Upriver from the Black Sea to the Black Forest

by Nick Thorpe

The magnificent Danube both cuts across and connects central Europe, flowing through and alongside ten countries: Romania, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, and Germany....


Pagan Britain

by Ronald Hutton

Britain's pagan past, with its mysterious monuments, atmospheric sites, enigmatic artifacts, bloodthirsty legends, and cryptic inscriptions, is both enthralling and perplexing to a resident of the twenty-first...


Ship of Death: A Voyage That Changed the Atlantic World

by Billy G. Smith

It is no exaggeration to say that the Hankey, a small British ship that circled the Atlantic in 1792 and 1793, transformed the history of the Atlantic world. This extraordinary book uncovers the long-forgotten...


The Murder, Betrayal, and Slaughter of the Glorious Charles, Count of Flanders

by Galbert of Bruges & John Jeffrey Rider

In 1127 Charles the Good, count of Flanders, was surrounded by assassins while at prayer and killed by a sword blow to the forehead. His murder upset the fragile balance of power between England, France, and...


The Archaeology of Jerusalem: From the Origins to the Ottomans

by Katharina Galor & Hanswulf Bloedhorn

In this sweeping and lavishly illustrated history, Katharina Galor and Hanswulf Bloedhorn survey nearly four thousand years of human settlement and building activity in Jerusalem, from prehistoric times through...


Sulla the Fortunate: Roman General and Dictator

by G. P. Baker

This biography provides a redemptive view of the bloody career of Roman general and consul Lucius Cornelius Sulla, a fearless commander and ruthless politician wholly devoid of inhibitions, and the direct forerunner...


China Rising: Power and Motivation in Chinese Foreign Policy

by Yong Deng & Fei-Ling Wang

This authoritative book provides a unique exploration of the complex and dynamic motivations behind Beijing's foreign policy. The authors focus on China's choices and calculations on issues such as the ruling...


The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back from Liberals

by Michael Avery & Danielle McLaughlin

Over the last thirty years, the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies has grown from a small group of disaffected conservative law students into an organization with extraordinary influence over...


Survivor's Guilt: The Secret Service and the Failure to Protect President Kennedy

by Vincent Michael Palamara

Painstakingly researched by an authority on the history of the Secret Service and based on primary, firsthand accounts from more than 80 former agents, White House aides, and family members, this is the definitive...


101 Interesting Facts on London: Learn About the Capital City of England

by Kevin Snelgrove

Do you love London? Were you born there or do you commute to the city for work? Maybe are you one of the millions of tourists who flock to the UK's capital city every year? Whatever your reason for visiting,...


Wearmouth & Jarrow: Northumbrian Monasteries in an Historic Landscape

by Sam Turner, Sarah Semple & Alex Turner

Presenting the results of new research on the monasteries of Wearmouth and Jarrow—among the most sophisticated centers of learning and artistic culture in 7th- and 8th-century Europe, and the home of Bede—and...


The State in New Zealand, 1840-198: Socialism Without Doctrines?

by Michael Bassett

In this innovative study Michael Bassett, historian and former politician, explores how and why the state became such an active and interventionist player in New Zealand life, developing, subsidising and regulating...