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Access to History: War and Peace: International Relations 1878-1941 [Third Edition]: War and Peace: International Relations 1878-1941 [Third Edition]

by David Williamson

The Access to History series is the most popular and trusted series for advanced level history students. This title examines international relations between 1878 and 1941, focusing on: Growing international...


Access to History: Elizabeth I Meeting the Challenge: England 1541-1603

by John Warren

The 'Access to History' series is the most popular and trusted series for AS and A level history students. This edition of 'Elizabeth I: Religion and Foreign Affairs', which has been comprehensively revised...


Access to History: Prosperity, Depression and the New Deal: The USA 1890-1954 [Fourth Edition]

by Peter Clements

Ensure your students have access to the authoritative and in-depth content of this popular and trusted A Level History series. For over twenty years Access to History has been providing students with reliable,...


Access to History: From Autocracy to Communism: Russia 1894-1941 (OCR)

by Michael Lynch

Ensure your students have access to the authoritative and in-depth content of this popular and trusted A Level History series. For over twenty years Access to History has been providing students with reliable,...


Britain's Secret Treasures

by Mary-Ann Ochota

For hundreds of thousands of years our ancestors have walked these isles burying, dropping and throwing away their belongings, and now these treaures lie waiting for us, keeping their secrets until we uncover...


The First London Olympics: 1908

by Rebecca Jenkins

In the summer that saw the first successful flight of the Zeppelin, a 140 acre site of scrubland in West London was transformed into the White City, which housed the 1908 Franco British Exhibition - and a state-of-the-art...


Night Raid: The True Story of the First Victorious British Para Raid of WWII

by Taylor Downing

The loss of British bombers over Occupied Europe began to reach alarming levels in 1941. Could it be that the Germans were using a sophisticated form of radar to direct their night fighters and anti-aircraft...


Spies In The Sky: The Secret Battle for Aerial Intelligence During World War II

by Taylor Downing

SPIES IN THE SKY is the thrilling, little known story of the partner organisation to the famous code-breaking centre at Bletchley Park. It is the story of the daring reconnaissance pilots who took aerial photographs...


The Goldfish Club

by Danny Danziger

Since the first world war, many hundreds of pilots have been forced to bail out over water. Sometimes in the heat of battle, sometimes in the calm skies of peace time, these incidents are without exception dramatic,...


National Service: From Aldershot to Aden: Tales from the Conscripts, 1946-62

by Colin Shindler

Permission to speak, Sah!

In the aftermath of the Second World War, over two million men were conscripted to serve in Britain's armed services. Some were sent abroad and watched their friends die in combat....


The Battle for Singapore: The True Story of the Greatest Catastrophe of World War II

by Peter Thompson

The Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942 is a military disaster of enduring fascination. For the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the island, Peter Thompson tells the explosive story of the Malayan campaign,...


The Beastly Battles Of Old England: The Misguided Manoeuvres of the British at War

by Nigel Cawthorne

Throughout history the English have been a warlike lot. Often we fight among ourselves - there have been a good few civil wars - and when we were not slaughtering each other, we practiced on our neighbours,...


Them And Us: Politics, Greed And Inequality - Why We Need A Fair Society

by Will Hutton

The suddenness and depth of the recession has raised questions about the workability of capitalism not seen since the 1930s. One of the constraints on recovery is the growing belief that if the old model did...


Tip and Run

by Edward Paice

In the aftermath of the Great War the East Africa campaign was destined to be dismissed by many in Britain as a remote 'sideshow' in which only a handful of names and episodes - the Königsberg, von Lettow-Vorbeck,...


Bandits

by Eric Hobsbawm

BANDITS is a study of the social bandit or bandit-rebel - robbers and outlaws who are not regarded by public opinion as simple criminals, but rather as champions of social justice, as avengers or as primitive...


Fatal Colours: Towton, 1461 - England's Most Brutal Battle

by George Goodwin

Palm Sunday, 1461: the battle of Towton and its immediate aftermath was the day that the greatest proportion of living Englishmen ever died in one day and in one place. However, the brutal reality of the most...


No Empty Chairs: The Short and Heroic Lives of the Young Aviators Who Fought and Died in the First World War

by Ian Mackersey

The empty chairs belonged, all too briefly, to the doomed young First World War airmen who failed to return from the terrifying daily aerial combats above the trenches of the Western Front. The edict of their...


Stolen Childhoods: The Untold Story of the Children Interned by the Japanese in the Second World War

by Nicola Tyrer

When the Japanese entered the war in 1941, some 20,000 British civilians in the European colonies in Asia were rounded up and marched off to concentration camps where they were to remain for three long years....


Queens Consort: England's Medieval Queens

by Lisa Hilton

England's medieval queens were elemental in shaping the history of the nation. In an age where all politics were family politics, dynastic marriages placed English queens at the very centre of power - the king's...


Farewell Britannia

by Simon Young

Brilliant young historian Simon Young has invented a multi-generational family, part Roman, part Celtic (invaders intermarrying with natives) to tell the dramatic story of 400 years of Roman rule in Britain....