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Argentina's Missing Bones

by James P. Brennan

Argentina’s Missing Bones is the first comprehensive English-language work of historical scholarship on the 1976-83 military dictatorship and Argentina’s notorious experience with state terrorism during...

The Complete Collection of Jacob Abbott

by Jacob Abbott

44 Complete Works of Jacob Abbott


Alexander the Great

Caleb in the Country

Charles I


Cyrus the Great

Darius the Great

Genghis Khan

Gentle Measures in the Management and Training of the Young



The Best Collection of John Masefield

by John Masefield

The Best Works of John Masefield

Jim Davis

John M. Synge A Few Personal

King Cole

Martin Hyde

On the Spanish Main

Right Royal

The Old Front Line

William Shakespeare

Asia Folklore Tales of The Beautiful Moon Maiden

by Muhammad Vandestra & Maya Aminah Sakura

There was an old bamboo cutter called Také Tori. He was an honest old man, very poor and hard-working, and he lived with his good old wife in a cottage on the hills. Children they had none, and little comfort...

Early Modern English Literature and the Poetics of Cartographic Anxiety

by Chris Barrett

The Cartographic Revolution in the Renaissance made maps newly precise, newly affordable, and newly ubiquitous. In sixteenth-century Britain, cartographic materials went from rarity to household décor within...

Haig's Enemy

by Jonathan Boff

During the First World War, the British army's most consistent German opponent was Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria. Commanding more than a million men as a General, and then Field Marshal, in the Imperial...

Aerial Warfare

by Frank Ledwidge

Aerial warfare which has dominated western war-making for over 100 years, and despite regular announcements of its demise, it shows no sign of becoming obsolete. Frank Ledwidge offers a sweeping look at the...

Interpreting Herodotus

by Thomas Harrison & Elizabeth Irwin

Charles W. Fornara's Herodotus: An Interpretative Essay (Oxford, 1971) was a landmark publication in the study of the great Greek historian. Well-known in particular for its main thesis that the Histories should...

Defining Citizenship in Archaic Greece

by Alain Duplouy & Roger W. Brock

Citizenship is a major feature of contemporary national and international politics, but rather than being a modern phenomenon it is in fact a legacy of ancient Greece. The concept of membership of a community...

Thomas Paine

by J. C. D. Clark

Thomas Paine (1737-1809) was England's greatest revolutionary: no other reformer was as actively involved in events of the scale of the American and French Revolutions, and none wrote such best-selling texts...

Migrant Longing

by Miroslava Chávez-García

Drawing upon a personal collection of more than 300 letters exchanged between her parents and other family members across the U.S.-Mexico border, Miroslava Chavez-Garcia recreates and gives meaning to the hope,...

The Men of Mobtown

by Adam Malka

What if racialized mass incarceration is not a perversion of our criminal justice system's liberal ideals, but rather a natural conclusion? Adam C. Malka raises this disturbing possibility through a gripping...

History of Oakland County, Michigan

by Thaddeus D. Seeley

Oakland county is peculiarly fortunate in the variety of her charms and riches, to which truth these pages bear witness. With her landscape beauties and sunny lakes, she is drawing thousands to her who seek...

Allegheny County: Its Early History and Subsequent Development

by Andrew Arnold Lambing & John William Fletcher White

A history of the early settlement of Allegheny County, of the midnight raids by the Indians, of the bloody battles, of the hardships and privations endured by the pioneers, and, later on, by the wonderful development...

Abelam people History and Culture

by James Cloude

Abelam people tradition and culture from their origin to present, Abelam art Oceania culture and history, find out more about Oceanic environment and Abelam people, the book titled Abelam people History and...

Hunting the Truth

by Beate Klarsfeld, Serge Klarsfeld & Sam Taylor

In this dual autobiography, the Klarsfelds tell the dramatic story of fifty years devoted to bringing Nazis to justice

They were born on opposite sides of the Second World War: Beate grew up in the ruins of a...

Ask A North Korean

by Nk News, Daniel Tudor & Andrei Lankov

Understanding North Korean Through the Eyes of Defectors.

The weekly column Ask A North Korean, published by NK News, invites readers from around the world to pose questions to North Korean defectors. By way...

Never Remember

by Masha Gessen & Misha Friedman

A haunting literary and visual journey deep into Russia's past -- and present.

The Gulag was a monstrous network of labor camps that held and killed millions of prisoners from the 1930s to the 1950s. More than...

At Home in the World

by Xia Shi

During the years spanning the late Qing dynasty and the early Republican era, the status of Chinese women changed in both subtle and decisive ways. As domestic seclusion ceased to be a sign of virtue, new opportunities...

American Baroque

by Molly A. Warsh

Pearls have enthralled global consumers since antiquity, and the Spanish monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella explicitly charged Columbus with finding pearls, as well as gold and silver, when he sailed westward in...