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The Devil's World: Heresy and Society 1100-1300

by Andrew Roach

Exploring the relationship of heresy, dissent and society in the 12th and 13th Centuries,The Devil's World shows how people made conscious choices between heresy and orthodoxy in the middle ages and were not...


Serfdom and Slavery: Studies in Legal Bondage

by Michael Bush

Serfdom and Slavery compares the two forms of legal servitude in cultures in Western civilization, in Europe and the New World from ancient times to the modern period. Within a tightly controlled framework of...


Elizabeth

by Christopher Haigh

The reign of Elizabeth I was one of the most important periods of expansion and growth in British history, the so-called 'Golden Age'. This celebrated and influential study of Elizabeth reconsiders how she achieved...


The Making of the Modern Near East 1792-1923

by MALCOLM YAPP

This clear, and authoritative text surveys the history of the region from the collapse of the Ottoman Empire to the present day.

It contains a general regional introduction, followed by a series of country-by-country...


Providence and Empire: Religion, Politics and Society in Britain and Ireland, 1815-1914

by Stewart J Brown

The 19th century was, to a large extent, the 'British century'. Great Britain was the great world power and its institutions, beliefs and values had an immense impact on the world far beyond its formal empire. ...


A Profile of Runaway Slaves in Virginia and South Carolina from 1730 Through 1787

by Lathan A. Windley

First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Racial Conflicts and Violence in the Labor Market: Roots in the 1919 Steel Strike

by Cliff Brown

First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Historical Atlas of the American Revolution

by Ian Barnes & Charles Royster

First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Beyond Valor: World War II's Ranger and Airborne Veterans Reveal the Heart of Combat

by Patrick K. O'Donnell

Previous books have promised to describe the combat experience of the World War II GI, but there has never been a book like Patrick O'Donnell's Beyond Valor. Here is the first combat history of the war in Europe...


Touching History

by Lynn Spencer

On the azure blue morning of 9/11 the skies were pronounced "severe clear," in the parlance of airline pilots; a gorgeous day for flying. Nearly 5,000 flights were cruising the skies over America when FAA Operations...


Presidential Leadership: Rating the Best and the Worst in the White House

by Leonard Leo, James Taranto & William J. Bennett

What makes a president great? Two of America's most prominent institutions, The Wall Street Journal and the Federalist Society, with the help of a wide array of eminent scholars, journalists, and political leaders,...


The Great Escape

by Kati Marton

In this ground-breaking book, acclaimed author Kati Marton brings to life an unknown chapter of World War II: the tale of nine men who grew up in Budapest's brief Golden Age, then, driven from Hungary by anti-Semitism,...


Englanders and Huns: The Culture-Clash which Led to the First World War

by James Hawes

A completely fresh look at the culture clash between Britain and Germany that all but destroyed Europe.

Half a century before 1914, most Britons saw the Germans as poor and rather comical cousins - and most Germans...


New York Night: The Mystique and Its History

by Mark Caldwell

Who among us cannot testify to the possibilities of the night? To the mysterious, shadowed intersections of music, smoke, money, alcohol, desire, and dream? The hours between dusk and dawn are when we are most...


In the Belly of the Green Bird: The Triumph of the Martyrs in Iraq

by Nir Rosen

Nir Rosen has been hailed by The New York Review of Books as the reporter who managed to get inside Fallujah "at a time when it was a death trap for Western reporters," and as one of the few Western reporters...


Poisoned by Lies and Hypocrisy: America's First Attempt to Bring Liberty to Canada,1775-1776

by Gavin K. Watt

In 1775, Americans made their first attempt to invade Canada. When the rebels attacked Quebec City, Carleton's motley army of militia, American loyalists, British regulars, and First Nations successfully managed...


Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb: An American Slave

by Henry Bibb & Lucius Matlack

Compelling autobiography presents a touching self-portrait of a man caught between a slave past and a free future.


Strange Secrets: Real Government Files on the Unknown

by Nick Redfern & Andy Roberts

IF YOU THOUGHT THAT THE X-FILES WAS ONLY FICTION, THINK AGAIN!

For as long as extraterrestrial and paranormal phenomena have been investigated, the official government response to any events deemed "otherworldly"...


Mark Twain: A Life

by Ron Powers

Mark Twain founded the American voice. His works are a living national treasury: taught, quoted, and reprinted more than those of any writer except Shakespeare. His awestruck contemporaries saw him as the representative...


In the Shadow of the Dam: The Aftermath of the Mill River Flood of 1874

by Elizabeth M. Sharpe

Early one May morning in 1874, in the hills above Williamsburg, Massachusetts, a reservoir dam suddenly burst, sending an avalanche of water down a narrow river valley lined with factories and farms. In just...