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The Battle for Marston Moor 1644

by John Barratt

On 2 July 1644, six miles from York, 18,000 Royalists led by Prince Rupert, the nephew of King Charles I, fought 27,000 Parliamentarians in an attempt to relieve the Royalist force besieged at York. He failed....


Scotland: From Prehistory to the Present

by Fiona Watson

From the early settlers after the last Ice Age, and the myth and ritual that surrounds that prehistoric period, Fiona Watson charts the evolution of the Scottish people - as Scots, Picts and Angles - and their...


The First Battle of Newbury 1643

by John Barratt

A history of the crucial battle of Newbury, fought during the English Civil War.


The Great Siege of Chester

by John Barratt

The appalling effects of civil war are often suffered most horrifically by the ordinary men, women and children involuntarily caught up in it, as it tears asunder the very fabric of their lives. Such was the...


The History of Wales 25,000BC - AD 2000: An Illustrated History

by Prys Morgan

A beautifully illustrated history of Wales from prehistory to the present day.


To Prove I'm Not Forgot: Living and Dying in a Victorian City

by Sylvia M Barnard

With the growth of English cities during the Industrial Revolution came a booming population too vast for churchyards. Beckett Street Cemetery in Leeds was to become the first municipal cemetery in the country....


Scandals in History

by Ed Rayner & Ron Stapley

Notions of what is scandalous vary from age to age, but our fascination with all things outrageous remains the same. Whether the sexual disgraces of the Victorian era or the political outrages of modern times,...


The Royal Flying Corps Handbook 1914-1918

by Peter G Cooksley

The Royal Flying Corps (RFC) and the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) were the precursors of arguably the finest, most efficient and certainly the oldest, independent air arm in the world - the RAF. The RFC was...


Walsingham: Elizabethan Spymaster and Statesman

by Alan Haynes

For the greater part of her reign, Elizabeth I had three very gifted, and very different men to support her. One of these was the haunted intellectual, Sir Francis Walsingham. During the brief reign of Queen...


Cash for Honours: The Story of Maundy Gregory

by Andrew Cook

This book reveals the true story of Maundy Gregory, the man responsible for 'An Insult to the Crown'. It reveals the names of the individuals who purchased titles and influence from Lloyd George. Gregory's unearthed...


The King's Most Loyal Enemy Aliens: Germans Who Fought for Britain in the Second World War

by Helen Fry

This book presents the story of the 10,000 German and Austrian nationals who fled Nazi persecution to volunteer and serve in the British forces, donn the King's uniform, swear allegiance to George VI and become...


The Conservative Party

by Anthony Seldon & Peter Snowdon

The Conservative Party is Britain's most successful political party. For large parts of modern British history it has been the dominant party, though it has always suffered from internal division and periods...


The Last Nazis: SS Werewolf Guerrilla Resistance in Europe 1944-1947

by Perry Biddiscombe

The history of the shadowy Werewolf guerrilla bands formed at the end of the Second World War as the last desperate defence of Nazis.


The Return of the Vikings: The Battle of Maldon 991

by Donald Scragg

On a day in August, one thousand years ago, a fleet of ninety viking ships sailed into the estuary of the Blackwater river, Essex. Fresh from the ravage of Ipswich, under the command of the King of Denmark,...


The Black Death in London

by Barney Sloane

The Black Death of 1348-49 may have killed more than 50% of the European population. This book examines the impact of this appalling disaster on England's most populous city, London. Using previously untapped...


D-Day: The First 72 Hours

by William F Buckingham

The Allied invasion of occupied France began by delivering three airborne and six infantry divisions onto a 60-mile stretch of the Normandy coast. This title contradicts the popular perception that the American...


A Problem From Hell: America and the Age of Genocide

by Samantha Power

A character-driven study of some of the darkest moments in our national history, when America failed to prevent or stop 20th-century campaigns to exterminate Armenians, Jews, Cambodians, Iraqi Kurds, Bosnians,...


Bitter Victory

by Carlo D'Este

Bitter Victory illuminates a chapter of World War II that has lacked a balanced, full-scale treatment until now. In recounting the second-largest amphibious operation in military history, Carlo D'Este for the...


Mr. and Mrs. Prince

by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

Merging comprehensive research and grand storytelling, Mr. and Mrs. Prince reveals the true story of a remarkable pre-Civil War African-American family, as well as the challenges that faced African-Americans...


How to Lose a War

by Bill Fawcett

From the Crusades to the modern age of chemical warfare and smart bombs, history is littered with truly disastrous military campaigns. How to Lose a War chronicles some of the most remarkable strategic catastrophes...