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The Mystery of Isabella and the String of Beads: A Woman Doctor in WW1

by Kirkwood Katrina

It was the inscription that made the antique scalpels so tantalising: ‘Isabella Stenhouse’. A woman doctor? A woman doctor who was rumoured to have served in the First World War? Could Isabella have treated...

The Military Conquest of  Prairie: Native American Resistance, Evasion and Survival, 1865-1890

by Tore Petersen

The Military Conquest of the Prairie is a study on the final wars on the prairie from the Native American perspective. When the reservation system took hold about one-third of tribes stayed permanently there,...

Planning the Pacific Northwest

by Jill Sterrett, Connie Ozawa & Dennis Ryan

The Pacific Northwest is green to the extreme. Yet a day trip can go from pristine wilderness to downtown Seattle, Portland, or Vancouver. How are these commercial and cultural hot spots keeping nature and growth...

We Chose Colorado: Japanese American Voices

by Joyce Lebra

We Chose Colorado is a compelling collection of oral histories voiced by over 40 persons of Japanese birth or heritage who now reside in Colorado. They include the histories of original immigrants (Issei) who...

Preston Tucker and His Battle to Build the Car of Tomorrow

by Steve Lehto & Jay Leno

In the wake of World War II, the U.S. automobile industry was fully unprepared to meet the growing demands of the public, for whom they had not made any cars for years. In stepped Preston Tucker, a salesman...


by Hunter Davies

'I don't know any tract of land in which in so narrow a compass may be found an equal variety of sublime and beautiful features'. So said the poet Wordsworth of England's Lake District, an area as rich in cultural...

The First Day on the Somme: Revised Edition

by Martin Middlebrook

After an immense but useless bombardment, at 7.30 am. On 1 July 1916 the British Army went over the top and attacked the German trenches. It was the first day of the battle of the Somme, and on that day the...

Designing Worlds: National Design Histories in an Age of Globalization

by Kjetil Fallan & Grace Lees-Maffei

From consumer products to architecture to advertising to digital technology, design is an undeniably global phenomenon. Yet despite their professed transnational perspective, historical studies of design have...

The Battle for Kharkov 1941 - 1943: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

by Anthony Tucker-Jones

The four battles fought for Kharkov during the Second World War are often overshadowed by the battles for Moscow, Leningrad and Stalingrad, yet they were critical stages in the struggle between the Wehrmacht...

SAS: With the Maquis in Action with the French Resistance: June - September 1944

by Ian Wellstead

On the night of 5/6 June 1944, D-Day, a Lockheed Hudson dropped a small group of parachutists into the mountainous Morvan area of central France. Their mission was to operate as an advance reconnaissance party...

Major & Mrs Holt's Definitive Battlefield Guide Somme: 100th Anniversary: 7th Revised, Expanded GPS Edition

by Major Tonie Holt & Valmai Holt

The 100th Anniversary of the most publically aware battle of WW1 - the

battle of the Somme, will be on 1 July 2016 and every media form will be

covering it from January onwards. The book has taken 20 years to...

In a Guardsman's Boots: A Boy Soldier's Adventures from the Streets of 1920s Dublin to Buckingham Palace, WWII and the Egyptian Revolution

by Paddy Rochford & Caroline Rochford

When he was just eight years old, Paddy Rochford enrolled at Dublin’s Royal Hibernian Military School, where he was taught how to be a soldier with the British Army, like his father. Soon afterwards, in 1922,...

Eyewitness on the Somme 1916

by Matthew Richardson

What was the soldier’s experience of the Battle of the Somme? How did the men who were there record their part in the fighting or remember it afterwards? How can we, 100 years later, gain an insight into one...