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The Mexican Revolution, 1910-1940

by Michael J. Gonzales & Lyman L. Johnson

This volume carefully shows how Mexico institutionalized some revolutionary promises and suffered the shattering loss of others.


Edgar Cayce's Tales of Ancient Egypt

by John Van Auken

John Van Auken combines the collection of Egyptian past lives found in the Cayce readings with Egyptian legends that appear in papyruses, on temple walls, and in pyramid texts for a complete picture that reveals...


The French Revolution: A History

by Thomas Carlyle & John D. Rosenberg

The book that established Thomas Carlyle’s reputation when first published in 1837, this spectacular historical masterpiece has since been accepted as the standard work on the subject. It combines a shrewd...


Growling Over the Oceans: Avro Shackleton: The Men and the Missions 1951¿1991

by Deborah Lake

Combining memories and anecdotes from actual crew members, this recollection depicts the legendary men who piloted the Avro Shackleton, a formidable aircraft that was conceived in the last days of World War...


U-Boat Tactics in World War II

by Gordon Williamson & Ian Palmer

Osprey's elite title on Germany's U-Boat tactics during World War II (1939-1945). At the start of the war, German U-boat technology vastly out performed that possessed by the Allies, and under the pressure...


Modelling a Sturmgeschütz III Sturmgeschütz IIIB: In 1/35 scale

by Gary Edmundson

The Sturmgeschütz III proved to be one of the more significant German AFVs of World War II, with over 9,000 being produced up until April 1945. Originally designed in the late 1930s as a self-propelled infantry...


The Second War of Italian Unification 1859-61

by Frederick Schneid

The culmination of decades of nationalist aspiration and cynical Realpolitik, the Second War of Italian Unification saw Italy transformed from a patchwork of minor states dominated by the Habsburg Austrians...


The Great Islamic Conquests AD 632-750

by David Nicolle

Few, if any, centuries in world history have had such a profound and long-lasting impact as the first hundred years of Islamic history. In this book, David Nicolle, a former member of the BBC's Arabic service,...


Watergate: The Hidden History: Nixon, The Mafia, and The CIA

by Lamar Waldron

While Richard Nixon's culpability for Watergate has long been established—most recently by PBS in 2003—what's truly remarkable that after almost forty years, conventional accounts of the scandal still don't...


Japanese Fortified Temples and Monasteries AD 710-1062

by Stephen Turnbull & Peter Dennis

From the 10th century onwards the great Japanese monastic foundations of Nara and Mount Hiei maintained large armies of warlike monks. The tempestuous political rivalries that developed between the different...


U-Boat Bases and Bunkers 1941-45

by Gordon Williamson & Ian Palmer

Few of the massive military structures built by Germany during World War II are as impressive as the U-Boat bases and bunkers in Germany, Norway and France. This title takes a close look at the formidable edifices...


Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point

by Subhankar Banerjee

"One of the great strengths of Arctic Voices is that it shows how Alaska and the Arctic are tied to the places where most of us live. In this impassioned book, Banerjee shows a situation so serious that...


The Queen's Life a Novel: The Fictional Autobiography of Queen Elizabeth II

by S.G. Harvard

The first fictional autobiographical novel of Queen Elizabeth II based on the latest historical research and true events.

In 1952, at the young age of 26, Elizabeth II became one of the most powerful, famous...


Women Sailors and Sailors' Women: Adventures of Pirate Queens, Female Stowaways, and Sailors' Wives

by David Cordingly

For centuries the sea has been regarded as a male domain. Fisherman, navy officers, pirates, and explorers roamed the high seas while their wives and daughters stayed on shore. Oceangoing adventurers and the...


Home Fires Burning: Married to the Military-for Better or Worse

by Karen Houppert

As taps echoes across the cookie-cutter housing areas of upstate New York’s Fort Drum, the wives turn on the evening news, both hoping for and dreading word of their husbands overseas. It’s a ritual played...


Painter in a Savage Land: The Strange Saga of the First European Artist in North America

by Miles Harvey

In this vibrantly told, meticulously researched book, Miles Harvey reveals one of the most fascinating and overlooked lives in American history. Like The Island of Lost Maps, his bestselling book about a legendary...


Striking Back: The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and Israel's Deadly Response

by Aaron J. Klein

The first full account, based on access to key players who have never before spoken, of the Munich Massacre and the Israeli response–a lethal, top secret, thirty-year-long antiterrorism campaign to track down...


Wings of Gold: The U.S. Naval Air Campaign in World War II

by Gerald Astor

From critically acclaimed military historian Gerald Astor comes Wings of Gold, the first account of how the airplane transformed the U.S. Navy and paved the way to victory in the Pacific in World War II. Astor...


Bad Elements: Chinese Rebels from Los Angeles to Beijing

by Ian Buruma

Who speaks for China? Is it the old men of the politbureau or an activist like Wei Jingshsheng, who spent eighteen years in prison for writing a democratic manifesto? Is China’s future to be found amid the...


Madness Visible: A Memoir of War

by Janine Di Giovanni

As a senior foreign correspondent for The Times of London, Janine di Giovanni was a firsthand witness to the brutal and protracted break-up of Yugoslavia. With unflinching sensitivity, Madness Visible follows...