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Journey Interrupted: A Family Without a Country in a World at War

by Hildegarde Mahoney

In the midst of World War II, a German-American family finds themselves stranded in Japan in this inspiring tale of an extraordinary family adapting to the hazards of fate, and finding salvation in each other....

Decolonization: A Very Short Introduction

Beverly Hills Concentration Camp: A Healing Journey and Memoir

by Randi Maggid

Beverly Hills Concentration Camp is a memoir based on the present life of Alix, a seemingly ordinary mom who through a series of flashbacks lets us peek into her life taking us on a healing journey from the...

Evil: Confronting our Inner Hitler

by Brian Karcher

What can anyone do in the face of terror? What difference could two teenagers make in a world filled with evil? The answer is as deep as it is obvious—we can humble ourselves and choose to love. We can resist...

Walking Washington's History: Ten Cities

by Judy Bentley

Walking Washington’s History: Ten Cities, a follow-up to Judy Bentley’s bestselling Hiking Washington’s History, showcases the state’s engaging urban history through guided walks in ten major cities....

World War One  A Brief History For Beginners

by Kevin Arnett

Learn the history of World War I in an easy afternoon read. World War One, or the “Great War” as it was called at the time, was the devastating consequence of a Serbian revolutionary group’s 1914 murder...

Chicago by Gaslight: A History of Chicago's Netherworld: 1880-1920

by Richard Lindberg & Bob Deckert

This book revises the picture of the glittering Chicago of impressive mansions and museums; it exposes the city's corrupt underbelly and the realities of life in an age which is often assumed to have been simpler...

Tragedy of Lebanon: Christian Warlords, Israeli Adventurers, and American Bunglers

by Jonathan Randal

The Tragedy of Lebanon is a reissue of Jonathan Randal's acclaimed 1983 study of the rightwing Christian militias in Lebanon that in 1975 plunged the country into a decades-long cycle of war and civil conflict....

Otto Abetz and His Paris Acolytes: French Writers Who Flirted with Fascism, 1930-1945

by Martin Mauthner

Before Hitler comes to power Otto Abetz is a left-wing Francophile teacher in provincial Germany, mobilizing young French and German idealists to work together for peace through Franco-German reconciliation...

Chronicles of Old New York: Exploring Manhattan's Landmark Neighborhoods

by James Roman

Did you know that Central Park was built on Seneca Village, a community of modest farms, also known as a safe haven for runaway slaves? Did you know Washington Square Park used to be a potter's field? Author...

The Gospel of Kindness

American Maelstrom

Notes of a Son and Brother (1914)

by Henry James

This early work by Henry James was originally published in 1914 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. Henry James was born in New York City in 1843. One of thirteen children,...

Patron Saint and Prophet

Hanging Bridge

Jacob's War

by Alex Perriello

Jacob’s War is the compelling tale of one soldier’s exceptional influence on the American Revolution. A carpenter by trade, Jacob was an unlikely war luminary. But, a series of astonishing and mysterious...

In Pursuit of the Essex: Heroism and Hubris on the High Seas in the War of 1812

by Ben Hughes

On 26 October 1812, during the war between Britain and the United States, the frigate USS Essex set sail on the most remarkable voyage in the early history of the US navy. After rounding Cape Horn, she proceeded...

The German Army on Campaign 1914 - 1918: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

by Bob Carruthers

This is the photographic history of the German Army on campaign throughout the First World War. The most striking images from the German perspective are gathered here and form a significant historical record...

Trash Talks

The Pragmatic Superpower: Winning the Cold War in the Middle East

by Ray Takeyh & Steven Simon

A bold reexamination of U.S. influence in the Middle East during the Cold War.

The Arab Spring, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Iraq war, and the Syrian civil war—these contemporary conflicts have deep roots...