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Trust Me: Australians and Their Politicians

by Jackie Dickenson

A lively look at the deep distrust between Australians and the people they elect to office, this book showcases the long history of such an uneasy relationship. From the 1850s to the 2013 election, Jackie Dickenson...


The Nixon Administration and the Middle East Peace Process, 19691973: From the Rogers Plan to the Outbreak of the Yom Kippur War

by Boaz Vanetik & Zaki Shalom

The Yom Kippur War was a watershed moment in Israeli society and a national trauma whose wounds have yet to heal some four decades later. In the years following the war many studies addressed the internal and...


Catalonia Since the Spanish Civil War: Reconstructing the Nation

by Andrew Dowling

Catalonia since the Spanish Civil War examines the transformation of the Catalan nation in socio-economic, political and historical terms, and offers an innovative interpretation of the determinants of its nationalist...


The Ring of Myths: The Israelis, Wagner and the Nazis

by Na'ama Sheffi

In the fall of 1938, following Kristallnacht, the symphonic orchestra in Palestine cancelled the performance of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. No one could foresee that this would be the beginning of a never-ending...


From Winston with Love and Kisses: The Young Churchill

by Celia Sandys

A delightful and illuminating journey through the early years of Winston Churchill, From Winston with Love and Kisses: The Young Churchill weaves together strands of Churchill’s early writing, mature recollections...


Churchill Wanted Dead or Alive

by Celia Sandys

“ . . . notable for its depiction of young Churchill, warts and all, as a very human character . . . .”—New York Times

“A bestseller in the UK, this portrait of Winston Churchill, written by his granddaughter,...


The Little Book of the 1950s

by Stuart Hylton

The Little Book of the 1950s is a fast-paced and entertaining account of life in Britain during an extraordinary decade, as we moved from post-war austerity to the swinging sixties. There are dramas, tragedies,...


As Thick As Thieves: Foolish Felons & Loopy Laws

by Richard O Smith

Standing in an ID parade of incompetence, waiting to be picked out as Britain's stupidest criminal, we've assembled a line-up of bungling burglars, asinine assailants and thick thieves. Meet the man who handed...


Haunted Wearside

by Darren W Ritson

From eyewitness accounts of unexplained sightings to the search for evidence of ghosts, this book features over fifty chilling tales of ghostly encounters from around Wearside. Featuring the ghostly nuns of...


Nanny Knows Best: The History of the British Nanny

by Katherine Holden

Not quite part of the family and definitely an employee; idealised or deominsed, the nanny has had a difficult role in family life over the past 200 years. Any discussion of nannies arouses strong emotions in...


Gloucester Murder & Crime

by Jill Evans

This chilling collection of cases delves into the villainous deeds that have taken place in Gloucester during its long history. Among those featured are a French sailor stabbed to death outside a Gloucester...


The Wartime Housewife: A No-Nonsense Handbook for Modern Families

by Biff Raven-Hill

The Wartime Housewife will bring old fashioned values and skills to our very modern world! In this book, she shares recipes and tips on budgeting, repairing things, mending and scavenging; ideas for the school...


Bloody British History York

by Christina Surdhar

The boneless men and the blood eagle - horrific true stories of Viking York. All Hail the Bloodaxe - the life and deeds of York's greatest King revealed. Gunnes and Roses - the piteous history of Plantagenet...


The Little Book of Hogmanay

by Bob Pegg

The Little Book of Hogmanay is a feast of information exploring the history, folklore, tales, customs, food, drink and celebrations of Hogmanay, from its pagan roots to its pagan present. Whether you need a...


Haunted High Wycombe

by Eddie Brazil

The paranormal history of High Wycombe is brought vividly to life in this, the first dedicated guide to the haunted and mysterious sites of this Buckinghamshire town. Writer, photographer and psychical researcher...


Operation Unthinkable: The Third World War: British Plans to Attack the Soviet Empire 1945

by Jonathan Walker

As the war in Europe entered its final months, we teetered on the edge of a Third World War. While Soviet forces smashed their way into Berlin, Churchill ordered British military planners to prepare the top...


Interpreting Sexual Violence, 1660-1800

by Anne Greenfield

The essays in this collection explore representations of and responses to sexual violence over the course of the long eighteenth century. Contributors examine the underlying ideologies that spawned these representations,...


Representing Humanity in the Age of Enlightenment

by Alexander Cook, Ned Curthoys & Shino Konishi

The Enlightenment era saw European thinkers increasingly concerned with what it meant to be human. This collection of essays traces the concept of 'humanity' through revolutionary politics, feminist biography,...


Deep Ellum: The Other Side of Dallas

by Alan B. Govenar & Jay F. Brakefield

Deep Ellum, on the eastern edge of downtown Dallas, retains its character as an alternative to the city’s staid image with loft apartments, art galleries, nightclubs, and tattoo shops. It first sprang up as...


Portobello Voices

by Blanche Girouard

Portobello Market has been going since 1860. It boasts the largest antiques street market in the world, is a source of inspiration for fashion designers, photographers, novelists, song writers and film directors,...