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The History of Prussia

by John Abbott

About the year of our Lord 997, Adelbert, Bishop of Prague, with two companions, set out on a missionary tour to the shores of the Baltic. The savage inhabitants killed him. Still Christianity gradually gained...


The History of Scandinavia

by S. A. Dunham

Scandinavia prior to the tenth century is the region of romance, - of the wildest legends. These are admissible into the severe domain of history in so far only as they illustrate national opinions and manners,...


The Age of the Reformation

by Albert Pollard

ON the 18th of August, 1503, after a sudden and mysterious illness Alexander VI had departed this life to the unspeakable joy of all Rome, as Guicciardini assures us. Crowds thronged to see the dead body of...


Fodor's Essential Croatia

by Fodor's Travel Guides

Written by local experts, Fodor's travel guides have been offering advice and professionally vetted recommendations for all tastes and budgets for 80 years.

Cypress-lined beaches, sunny islands, perfectly-preserved...


A Little Tour in France

by Henry James

Often considered to be a classic literary guidebook, "A Little Tour in France" was first published in 1884 and is a first person narrative of Henry James's travels through and thoughts on this country. From...


Italian Hours

by Henry James

Italian Hours is a book of travel writing by Henry James published in 1909. The book collected essays that James had written over nearly forty years about a country he knew and loved well. James extensively...


History of England

by Mary Parmele

The remotest fact in the history of England is written in her rocks. Geology tells us of a time when no sea flowed between Dover and Calais, while an unbroken continent extended from the Mediterranean to the...


A History of Spain

by Charles Chapman

The present work is an attempt to give in one volume the main features of Spanish history from the standpoint of America. It should serve almost equally well for residents of both the English-speaking and the...


La Dolce Vita University

by Carla Gambescia

The Big Picture

“La Dolce Vita University” (LDVU) offers considerable market potential and extendibility as a book franchise, but also ultimately as an entire lifestyle, entertainment and educational brand....


Torquemada and the Spanish Inquisition

by Rafael Sabatini

In an endeavour to trace the Inquisition to its source it is not necessary to go as far back into antiquity as went Paramo; nor yet is it possible to agree with him that God Himself was the first inquisitor,...


Fodor's Essential Scotland

by Fodor's Travel Guides

Written by locals, Fodor's travel guides have been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for 80 years.

Scotland offers astonishing variety: its iconic lochs and mountains, as well as lively cities...


Neapolitan Chronicles

by Anna Maria Ortese, Ann Goldstein & Jenny McPhee

A compelling and accessible classic of 20th century literature, greatly admired by Elena Ferrante and sure to be devoured by her many fervent fans, vividly brought to life by two of the leading literary translators...


Nine Days in Paris

by Warren Landrum

After all of the positive feedback and responses that we received from the readers of “Nine Days in Italy,” this book HAD to happen. 

According to Warren Landrum, "Our Readers literally implored me to capture...


The Story of England

by Samuel Harding

From the city of Calais, on the northern coast of France, one may look over the water on a clear day and see the white cliffs of Dover, in England. At this point the English Channel is only twenty-one miles...


The Story of William I

by Eva Tappan

Story of the life of William the Conqueror, telling of his boyhood in Normandy, beset by dangers, of his knighting by the King of France and of the after-deeds which made him famous, including the conquest of...


A History of Holland

by George Edmundson

The last duke of the ancient Capetian house of Burgundy dying in 1361 without heirs male, the duchy fell into the possession of the French crown, and was by King John II bestowed upon his youngest son, Philip...


Cannes - A Festival Virgin's Guide (7th Edition)

by Benjamin Craig

Each year in May over 200,000 people descend on the small Riviera resort town of Cannes to take part in all the glitz and glamour that is the Cannes Film Festival.  The mere mention of the city instantly conjures...


Gustavus Adolphus

by John Stevens

Among the persons whose genius, heroism and force of character influenced events, and won commanding game, in the seventeenth century, Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden is justly regarded of the first. The War of...


History of Norway

by Hjalmar Boyesen

The Norsemen had up to the middle of the eighth century played no part in the world's history. Their very existence had been unknown or but vaguely known to the rest of Europe. But towards the close of the eighth...


The Story of Spain

by Charles Horne

Far back among the shadows of prehistoric times, a horde of Celts swarmed over the Pyrenees into this land of the Iberians, encountering possibly a still earlier race, whose descendants of to-day are the Basques....