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Albatros D.I-D.II

by James Miller

In 1916 German aerial domination had been lost to the French and British fighters. German fighter pilots requested an aircraft that was more powerful and more heavily armed, and the Albatros design bureau set...


Polish Armies of the Partitions 1771-94

by Vincent Rospond & Raffaele Ruggeri

The tragic national epic of Polish history began in these late 18th-century wars. Under Poland’s Saxon monarchy, Russia and Prussia constantly meddled in the affairs of the Kingdom. In 1768 a civil war broke...


Sicily 1943: The Debut of Allied Joint Operations

by Steven Zaloga & Howard Gerrard

Not only did the Sicily operation represent a watershed in tactical development of combined arms tactics, it was also an important test for future Allied joint operations. Senior British commanders left the...


Mark IV vs A7V: Villers-Bretonneux 1918

by David Higgins & Peter Dennis

The German A7V and the British Mark IV were similar in weight, size, and speed, but differed significantly in armour, armament and maneuverability. The A7V had thicker armour, and had nearly double the horsepower...


Nine-Tenths of the Law: Property and Resistance in the United States

by Hannah Dobbz

A toolbox for housing justice, a guide to American property law, and the squatter-rebels that dot our landscape.


The Declaration of Independence

by Peter Roop & Connie Roop

The Declaration of Independence sets the stage with a revolutionary cast of characters who unify thirteen independent colonies to declare their independence from Britain on July 4, 1776. Join Patriots John and...


Sacagawea: Girl of the Shining Mountains

by Peter Roop & Connie Roop

A Perilous Journey: At age eleven, Sacagawea was kidnapped by an enemy tribe, forced into slavery, and later married off to a fur trader more than twice her age. Now at sixteen, she's about to become an integral...


1968 in America: Music, Politics, Chaos, Counterculture, and the Shaping of a Generation

by Charles Kaiser

1968 in America is the tumultuous, comic, tragic, outrageous story of the year that changed a nation.

Nineteen sixty-eight has come to be recognized as the pivotal year in a period of nearly unprecedented change...


1775: A Good Year for Revolution

by Kevin Phillips

A groundbreaking account of the American Revolution-from the bestselling author of American Dynasty

In this major new work, iconoclastic historian and political chronicler Kevin Phillips upends the conventional...


We Were There

by Yvonne Latty & Ron Tarver

The Greatest Generation meets Bloods in this revealing oral history of the unrecognized contributions of African American veterans.

Award-winning journalist Yvonne Latty never bothered to find out the extent...


War Makes Men of Boys: A Soldier's World War II

by Katherine I. Miller

Hundreds of novels have been written about young men coming of age in war. And millions of young men have, in fact, come of age in combat. This is the story of Joe Ted (Bud) Miller, as told by his daughter,...


Blood, Sweat and Tears: An Irish Soldier's Story of Love and Loss

by Tom Clonan

Irish troops have served 40,000 individual tours of duty over four decades in Lebanon. All over Ireland, in almost every family, there is a father, a brother, a sister, son, daughter or cousin who has come under...


A More Conservative Place: Intellectual Culture in the Bush Era

by Paul A. Bove

An intervention toward understanding the recent dark political and intellectual days


National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism

by Melvin A. Goodman

Former CIA analyst reveals why pumping more money into US military spending destabilizes both the economy and long-term national security


The Literary History of Saskatchewan: Volume 1

by Carpenter David

A valuable addition to any bibliophile's collection! The rich history of a province's literature, in the essays of well-known writers from across the Prairie and Canadian literary landscapes.


Robert Ashley

by Kyle Gann

_x000B_This book explores the life and works of the pioneering opera composer Robert Ashley, one of the leading American composers of the post-Cage generation. Ashley's innovations began in the 1960s when he,...


Sport in Industrial America, 1850-1920

by Steven A. Riess

Sport in Industrial America, 1850-1920 presents the second edition of Stephen A. Riess’s well-loved synthesis of the development of sport during one of the most transformational times in the nation’s history....


Marjorie Too Afraid to Cry: A Home Child Experience

by Patricia Skidmore

In 1937, 10-year-old Marjorie Arnison was shipped from Britain to Prince of Wales Fairbridge Farm School near Victoria, British Columbia. For years she wouldn't talk about her past. It wasn't until daughter...


Lowcountry Time and Tide: The Fall of the South Carolina Rice Kingdom

by James H. Tuten

A thorough account of rice culture's final decades and of its modern legacy


The Plantation

by Edgar Tristram Thompson & Sidney W. Mintz

The first complete publication of an overlooked gem in American intellectual history