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Company a Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., 1846-1848, in the Mexican War

by Leonne Hudson

The U.S. Company of Sappers, Miners, and Pontooniers quickly became one of the army's elite unites. Gustavus Woodson Smith, the unit commander and author of the text, describes the training and discipline of...


David Starkey's Music and Monarchy

by David Starkey

For the kings and queens of England, a trumpet fanfare or crash of cymbals could be as vital a weapon as a cannon. Showcasing a monarch's power, prestige and taste, music has been the lifeblood of many a royal...


Astral Worship

by J.H. Hill

Astral Worship is a succinct overview of the evolution of religion, from ancient worship of personified nature to modern day Christianity. If you wonder how we ended up where we are, this is the book to read....


Girt: The Unauthorised History of Australia

by David Hunt

Winner of the 2014 Indie Award for Non-Fiction.

Girt. No word could better capture the essence of Australia...

In this hilarious history, David Hunt tells the real story of Australia's past from megafauna...


Death of the Chesapeake: A History of the Military's Role in Polluting the Bay

by Richard Albright

In essence this book deals with an area that contributes significantly to the pollution and degradation of Chesapeake Bay, but has been completely overlooked in many of the efforts to restore the Bay, specifically,...


A Scattered People

by Gerald Mcfarland

The movement of millions of ordinary people westward across the American continent was one of the great folk migrations of all time, stretching over two centuries and thousands of hard-traveled miles. Using...


Clay: The History and Evolution of Humankind's Relationship with Earth's Most Primal Element

Death, American Style: A Cultural History of Dying in America

by Lawrence R. Samuel

DEATH, AMERICAN STYLE: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF DYING IN AMERICA is the first comprehensive cultural history to explore America’s uneasy relationship with death over the past century.


Amelia Earhart: A Biography

by Doris L. Rich

She died mysteriously before she was forty. Yet in the last decade of her life Amelia Earhart soared from obscurity to fame as the best-known female aviator in the world. She set record after record—among...


The Mystery of Flight 427: Inside a Crash Investigation

by Bill Adair

The immediate human toll of the 1994 Flight 427 disaster was staggering: all 132 people aboard died on a Pennsylvania hillside. The subsequent investigation was a maze of politics, bizarre theories, and shrouded...


Iran's Strategic Weapons Programmes: A Net Assessment

by Gary Samore

The possibility that Iran will acquire a nuclear weapons capability poses a significant threat to the stability of the Middle East and a potential challenge to the long-term viability of the nuclear non-proliferation...


Seventy Years in Archaeology

by Petrie

First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


In the Kingdom of Coal: An American Family and the Rock That Changed the World

by Dan Rottenberg

It was a time of poverty and enterprise, when poor men slaved in the mines, rich men became barons and America grew from a backward agricultural colony to the industrial force of the modern world. The driving...


Boudica: The British Revolt Against Rome AD 60

by Graham Webster

Queen Boudica, leader of the Iceni, revolted against the Romans in AD60 only to have her efforts avenged by a humiliated Roman army. This lively and fascinating book examines in detail the evidence and theories...


A History of Private Bill Legislation: [Vol 2 of 2 Vols]

by Clifford

First published in 1968. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


French Musketeer 1622-1775

by Rene Chartrand & Graham Turner

The works of French novelist Alexandre Dumas have been reproduced time and again on stage and screen. Based on a genuine memoir by an officer named D’Artagnan, Dumas published The Three Musketeers. The King’s...


Shenandoah Valley 1862: Stonewall Jackson outmaneuvers the Union

by Clayton Donnell, James Donnell & Adam Hook

"Stonewall" Jackson's Valley Campaign saw a Confederate Army outmaneuver and defeat three times their number of Union troops in a lightning-swift campaign in the following battles: First Kernstown, McDowell, Front...


He 111 Kampfgeschwader on the Russian Front

by John Weal

The twin-engined He 111 was the mainstay of the Luftwaffe's bomber arm at the start of World War 2. This second volume aims to chronicle its history facing a new enemy - the Soviet Union.

The Ju 87 Stuka dive-bomber...


The Rise of Imperial Rome AD 14-193

by Duncan Campbell

When Augustus (r. 27 BC-AD 14) came to the throne as the first emperor of Rome, he began to bring order to the chaos that almost 20 years of civil war had wrought. Areas that had been added piecemeal to the...


Napoleonic Heavy Cavalry & Dragoon Tactics

by Philip Haythornthwaite & Adam Hook

During the Napoleonic Wars the supreme battlefield shock weapon was the heavy cavalry - the French cuirassiers, and their British, Austrian, Prussian and Russian counterparts. Big men mounted on big horses,...