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A.M. MacKay: Pioneer Missionary of the Church Missionary Society Uganda

by J.W.H. Mackay

First published in 1970. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Luxor and Its Temples

by A.M. Blackman

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


Transnational Companies and Security Governance: Hybrid Practices in a Postcolonial World

by Jana Hönke

This book examines non-state governance in areas of limited statehood by looking at the security practices of multinational companies. It investigates the everyday security practices of mining companies in Subsaharan...


Bolsheviks and British Jews: The Anglo-Jewish Community, Britain and the Russian Revolution

Baronial Opposition to Edward II: Its Character and Policy

Prejudice and Promise in Fifteenth Century England

Britain in the Twentieth Century

by Ian J. Cawood

Britain in the Twentieth Century is a new approach to teaching and learning twentieth century British history at A level. It meets the needs of teachers and students studying for today's revised AS and A2 exams....


Land of the Pharaohs

by Manning

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


Hitler: The Third Reich's Last Hope, 1944-1945

by David Grier

The popular conception of Hitler in the final years of World War II is that of a deranged Fuhrer stubbornly demanding the defense of every foot of ground on all fronts and ordering hopeless attacks with nonexistent...


Women at War: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Other Conflicts

by Scott Baron & Jr, James E. Wise

Today, women in all U.S. military services are involved in the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. They serve as pilots and crewmen of assault helicopters, bombers, fighters, and transport planes, and are frequently...


Charge!: History's Greatest Military Speeches

by Steve Israel

One of the leading voices on national security issues in the U.S. Congress demonstrates how words have been sharp and powerful weapons of victory in this compilation of great military speeches that helped turn...


Manila and Santiago: The New Steel Navy in the Spanish-American War

by Jim Leeke

The U.S. Navy's first two-ocean war was the Spanish-American War of 1898. A war that was global in scope, with the decisive naval battles of war at Manila Bay and Santiago de Cuba separated by two months and...


Agents of Innovation: The General Board and the Design of the Fleet That Defeated the Japanese Navy

by John T. Kuehn

The author examines the influence of the General Board of the U.S. Navy as an agent of innovation in the years between the world wars. A formal body established by the secretary of the Navy, the General Board...


One Hundred Years of U.S. Navy Air Power

by Douglas V. Smith

Published to coincide with the centennial celebration of U.S. Navy aviation, this book details the history of U.S. Navy aviation from its earliest days, before the Navy s first aircraft carrier joined the fleet,...


Hero of the Air: Glenn Curtiss and the Birth of Naval Aviation

by William F. Trimble

In this biography, William F. Trimble examines the pioneering work of Glenn Curtiss and his role in the origins

of aviation in the U.S. Navy in the years up to and through World War I. A self-taught mechanic...


Preparing for Victory: Thomas Holcomb and the Making of the Modern Marine Corps, 1936-1943

by David Ulbrich

This is the first book to examine Thomas Holcomb s crucial role as commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps during the Great Depression and World War II. It blends biographical, institutional, and operational history...


Struggle for the Middle Sea

by Vincent O'Hara

The Mediterranean Sea was the most intensely contested body of water in World War II. As the maritime crossroads where Europe, Asia, and Africa meet, more major naval actions were fought in the Mediterranean...


An American Adventure: From Early Aviation through Three Wars to the White House

by William Lloyd Stearman

A memoir of extraordinary scope, William Lloyd Stearman's reminiscences will attract those interested in early aviation, World War II in the Pacific, life as a diplomat behind the Iron Curtain, the Vietnam War,...


Fighting for Afghanistan: A Rogue Historian at War

by Sean M. Maloney

Sean Maloney, the first Canadian military historian to go into battle since the Korean War, brings the intensity of near-fatal experiences in southern Afghanistan to his description of events in 2006 when the...


The German Fleet at War, 1939-1945

by Vincent P. O'Hara

The German Fleet at War relates the little-known history of the Kriegsmarine's surface fleet with a focus on the sixty-nine surface naval battles fought by Germany's major warships against the large warships...