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The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution

by Richard Beeman

The principal founding documents of the United States government

Penguin presents a series of six portable, accessible, and-above all-essential reads from American political history, selected by leading scholars....


The Federalist Papers

by James Madison & Alexander Hamilton

"The best commentary on the principles of government which ever was written" - Thomas Jefferson

Penguin presents a series of six portable, accessible, and-above all-essential reads from American political history,...


American Political Speeches

by Terry Golway

A selection of speeches by the most inspiring and persuasive orators in American history

Penguin presents a series of six portable, accessible, and-above all-essential reads from American political history,...


Up All Night

by Carol Miller

The all-American chronicle of radio legend Carol Miller, from her rise to success in a male dominated world, to the rockstars she's know along the way, to, for the first time, the private story of her quietly...


At Easter Road they Play: A Post-War History of Hibs, Volume 1

by John Campbell

Since 1875 Hibernian Football Club has been an integral part of sporting life in the City of Edinburgh and Port of Leith; its early history up to 1946 has been brilliantly documented in The Making of Hibernian...


Mary Lincoln's Insanity Case: A Documentary History

by Jason Emerson

In 1875 Mary Lincoln, the widow of a revered president, was committed to an insane asylum by her son, Robert. The trial that preceded her internment was a subject of keen national interest. The focus of public...


Singapore at Random: Facts, Figure, Quotes and Anecdotes on Singapore

by Editions Didier Millet

Singapore at Random, an illustrated collection of Singapore trivia, contains anecdotes, statistics, quotations, diagrams, facts, recipes, advice, folklore and other unusual and often useful tidbits. Compiled...


An Unexpected Journey: Path to the Presidency

by S. R. Nathan

Here Singapore's President S.R. Nathan tells his own story, taking the reader back with him to his childhood, to modest beginnings and life as a runaway in Singapore and Malaya, and then the experience of renewed...


End of Sukarno: A Coup That Misfired: A Purge That Ran Wild

by John Huges

In the early morning of 1st October 1965, six high-ranking generals of the Indonesian Army were murdered under grisly circumstances.


Jim Thompson: The Unsolved Myst

by William Warren

Jim Thompson was already a legend for the James H.W. Thompson Silk Company that he founded, when he disappeared in the Cameron highlands in Malaysia in 1967.


Goh Keng Swee: A Portrait

by Tan Siok Sun

Dr. Goh Keng Swee?s public career spanned two eventful decades. He was a founding member of Singapore?s ruling political party, and played a significant role in creating and shaping the destiny of Singapore...


Picturing Illinois: Twentieth-Century Postcard Art from Chicago to Cairo

by John A. Jakle & Keith A. Sculle

The American picture postcard debuted around the start of the twentieth century, creating an enthusiasm for sending and collecting postcard art that continued for decades. As a form of popular culture, scenic...


Atsumori

by Zeami Motokiyo

The japanese Noh drama by the Master Zeami Motokiyo about the Buddhist priest Rensei and the warrior of the Taira Clan Atsumori. The story of redention of the warrior Kumagai Jiro Naozane that killed the young...


A Most Dangerous Book: Tacitus's Germania from the Roman Empire to the Third Reich

by Christopher B. Krebs

“A model of popular intellectual history. . . . In every way, ?A Most Dangerous Book is a most brilliant achievement.”—Washington Post When the Roman historian Tacitus wrote the Germania, a none-too-flattering...


The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution, and Revenge (Revised and Expanded Edition)

by Paul Preston

The definitive work on the Spanish Civil War, a classic of modern historical scholarship and a masterful narrative.Paul Preston is the world's foremost historian of Spain. This surging history recounts the struggles...


Keep the Men Alive: Australian POW Doctors in Japanese Captivity

by Rosalind Hearder

The moving and remarkable stories of the 106 Australian doctors who were prisoners of war under the Japanese in World War II.


Great Moments in Australian History

by Jonathan King

From the early Dutch explorers to the gold rushes, Federation to the wars of the last century and the Victorian bushfires of recent times this magnificently illustrated volume details sixty-five of the most...


The Other Anzacs: The Extraordinary Story of Our World War I Nurses

by Peter Rees

The harrowing, dramatic and profoundly moving story of the Australian and New Zealand nurses who served in the Great War.


The Valley: A Story from the Heart of the Land

by Michael McKernan

A history of rural Australia across two centuries, told through the eyes of the people who have lived and worked in a small valley in rural New South Wales.


With Healing Hands: The Untold Story of Australian Civilian Surgical Teams in Vietnam

by Gary McKay & Elizabeth Stewart

Over 450 Australian civilian professionals volunteered and went to Viet Nam during the war to help the civilian population. This is their story.