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The Projects of Skunk Works: 75 Years of Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Programs

by Steve Pace & Eric Hehs

The stories behind more than 50 secret projects undertaken by the famed Lockheed Martin Skunk Works on behalf of the US Armed Forces, DARPA, and the CIA - all illustrated with official Skunk Works photography...

Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers from the Experts About Our Presidents

by Talmage Boston

The president of the Unites States is the world's most powerful person. Despite the remarkable talents of those who have served as our country's chief executive, totally successful governance has never been...

The INS on the Line

In Search of the Way

The Rabbi's Atheist Daughter

Eugenics: A Very Short Introduction


The American South: A History

by William J., Jr. Cooper, Thomas E. Terrill & Christopher Childers

In The American South: A History, Fifth Edition, William J. Cooper, Jr. and Thomas E. Terrill demonstrate their belief that it is impossible to divorce the history of the South from the history of the United...

Under a Blood Red Sun: The remarkable story of PT boats in the Philippines and the rescue of General MacArthur

by John J. Domagalski

During the opening days of World War II in the Pacific, a small group of American sailors in the Philippines were propelled into the forefront of the fighting. They were manned with six small wooden torpedo...

To War with the 4th

by Martin King, David Hilborn & Jason Nulton

The 4th Infantry Division has always been there in America’s modern wars. On 14 September 1918 the men of the “Ivy” Division stood up in their trenches and prepared to attack. It would be one of the first...

Britain and a Widening War, 1915-1916: From Gallipoli to the Somme

by Dr Peter Liddle

In a series of concise, thought-provoking chapters the authors summarize – and make accessible – the latest scholarship on the middle years of the Great War – 1915 and 1916 – and cover fundamental issues...

Grant Invades Tennessee: The 1862 Battles for Forts Henry and Donelson

by Timothy B. Smith

When General Ulysses S. Grant targeted Forts Henry and Donelson, he penetrated the Confederacy at one of its most vulnerable points, setting in motion events that would elevate his own status, demoralize the...

The American Dream: In History, Politics, and Fiction

by Calvin C. Jillson

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: these words have long represented the promise of America, a “shimmering vision of a fruitful country open to all who come, learn, work, save, invest, and play by...

The American Miracle: Divine Providence in the Rise of the Republic

by Michael Medved


The history of the United States displays an uncanny pattern: At moments of crisis, when the odds against success seem overwhelming and disaster looks imminent, fate intervenes to provide...

The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914

by Richard J. Evans

From the bestselling author of The Third Reich at War, a masterly account of Europe in the age of its global hegemony; the latest volume in the Penguin History of Europe series

Richard J. Evans, bestselling...

The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom: America and China, 1776 to the Present

by John Pomfret

A remarkable history of the two-centuries-old relationship between the United States and China, from the Revolutionary War to the present day

From the clipper ships that ventured to Canton hauling cargos of American...

The Mayor of Mogadishu: A Story of Chaos and Redemption in the Ruins of Somalia

by Andrew Harding

In The Mayor of Mogadishu, one of the BBC's most experienced foreign correspondents, Andrew Harding, reveals the tumultuous life of Mohamoud "Tarzan" Nur - an impoverished nomad who was abandoned in a state...

Industrial Sexuality: Gender, Urbanization, and Social Transformation in Egypt

by Hanan Hammad

Millions of Egyptian men, women, and children first experienced industrial work, urban life, and the transition from peasant-based and handcraft cultures to factory organization and hierarchy in the years between...

Romanic Depression: How the Jesuits Designed, Built and Destroyed America

by Sean Maclaren & William Garner

Author and researcher Sean Maclaren presents the first in a four-part series that reveals how the nearly 500-year-old Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, have designed, built and destroyed the United States of America....