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Jungvolk

by Wilhelm R. Gehlen & Don A. Gregory

This is the wartime memoir of a boy named Will, who happened to be the nephew of the head of Nazi Germany's intelligence agency, Foreign Armies East. After reading this book, the reader will wonder who had the...


Wingless Victory - A Biography of Gabriele D'Annunzio and Eleonora Duse

by , Frances Winwar

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


Turbulent Taos

by Den Galbraith

Revolutions, native conspiracies and subsequent insurrections, filthy mountain men sleeping on the dirt and wrestling with grizzlies, radical priests, belligerent American soldiers, betrayal, violence, early...


The City Different and the Palace: The Palace of the Governors: Its Role in Santa Fe History; Including Jesse Nusbaum's Restoration Journals

by Rosemary Nusbaum

The year was 1909, and a youthful Jesse Nusbaum had resigned his teaching position at the Normal School at Las Vegas, New Mexico, and had ridden his "...four-horse-power, twin-cylinder, chain-belt-driven, two-speed...


Bozo Sapiens: Why to Err is Human

by Ellen Kaplan & Michael Kaplan

A dazzling exploration of the astonishing variety of ways that humans make mistakes by the authors of the acclaimed Chances Are...


Seeds of Discontent

by J. Revell Carr

Popularly, the causes of the American Revolution are considered the Stamp Act and other repressive actions by the Crown against its colonies in the years following the French & Indian War. Some see the sources...


The Great American Citizenship Quiz

by Solomon M. Skolnick

Do you think you know American history? You might be surprised. The Great American Citizenship Quiz, which has now been revised to reflect the new citizenship test to take effect October 1, 2009, provides the...


Levittown

by David Kushner

In the decade after World War II, one entrepreneurial family helped thousands of people buy into the American dream of owning a home, not just any home, but a good one, with all the modern conveniences. The...


The Lady Queen

by Nancy Goldstone

On March 15, 1348, Joanna I, the queen of Naples, stood trial for her life before the Pope and his court in Avignon. She was 20, and accused of murdering her cousin and husband, Hungarian prince Andrew. That...


Chasing Icarus

by Gavin Mortimer

In October of 1910, only four years before the outbreak of WWI, the precursor of the U.S. Air Force had one plane and a couple of dirigibles. Nobody knew which form of flight would predominate: planes, dirigibles,...


A Pint of Plain

by Bill Barich

After meeting and marrying an Irish woman and moving to Dublin, celebrated New Yorker writer Bill Barich found himself looking for a traditional Irish pub to become his local. Pubs have always been at the heart...


FDR v. The Constitution

by Burt Solomon

In the wake of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's landslide re-election of 1936, the popular president-never anything but self-confident-unaccountably overreached. Deeply frustrated by a Supreme Court that had blocked...


1066

by Andrew Bridgeford

For more than 900 years the Bayeux Tapestry has preserved one of history's greatest dramas: the Norman Conquest of England, culminating in the death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Historians...


Empires at War

by William M., Jr. Fowler

Empires at War captures the sweeping panorama of this first world war, especially in its descriptions of the strategy and intensity of the engagements in North America, many of them epic struggles between armies...


Edison and the Electric Chair

by Mark Essig

Thomas Edison stunned America in 1879 by unveiling a world-changing invention--the light bulb--and then launching the electrification of America's cities. A decade later, despite having been an avowed opponent...


First Jihad: Khartoum, and the Dawn of Militant Islam

by Daniel Allen Butler

Before there was Osama bin Laden, Abu al-Zarqawi or Ayatollah Khomeini, there was the Mahdi-the "Expected One"-who raised the Arabs in pan-tribal revolt against infidels and apostates in the late 19th-century...


Roer River Battles

by David Higgins

A selection of the Military Book Club Following the Allied breakout from the Normandy beachhead in July 1944, the vaunted German Army seemed on the verge of collapse. As British and US forces fanned out across...


Burden of Guilt

by Daniel Allen Butler

The conflagration that consumed Europe in August 1914 had been a long time in coming-and yet it need never have happened at all. For though all the European powers were prepared to accept a war as a resolution...


Winged Victory

by V Yeates

There is no bitter snarl nor self-pity in this classic novel about the air war of 1914-1918, based very largely on the author's experiences. Combat, loneliness, fatigue, fear, comradeship, women, excitement...


Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot: Defending the Reich Against the RAF and USAAF

by Wolfgang Fischer & John Weal

Within weeks of war being declared, Wolfgang Fischer had volunteered to join the Luftwaffe and spent nearly five of the succeeding six years of hostilities in uniform. During this time he was given a succession...