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A Grim Almanac of South Yorkshire

by Kevin Turton

A Grim Almanac of South Yorkshire is a collection of stories from the county's past, some bizarre, some fascinating, some macabre, but all equally absorbing. Revealed here are the dark corners of the county,...


Hackney Memories

by Alan Wilson

The 1930s were a troubled era, and England was a land of contrasts. This work gives a vivid impression of growin up in a working-class family in the East End at this time. It should be of interest to anyone...


Petersfield at War

by David Jeffery

The small Hampshire town of Petersfield saw little direct conflict during the Second World War, yet its story reflects all the anxieties and concerns of Britain's inhabitants during that period: food shortages,...


A Grim Almanac of Old Berkshire

by Roger Long

A Grim Almanac of Old Berkshire is a day-by-day catalogue of ghastly tales dating from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries. Full of torment and torture, heinous homicides and cataclysms of nature, these pages...


Workshop of the World: Birmingham's Industrial Heritage

by Ray Shill

Ray Shill's first look at Birmingham's industrial heritage focused on metal and electrical industries, including car, bicycle and motocycle manufacture, guns and munitions, railway rolling stock, pens, lamps,...


From Punt to Plough: A History of the Fens

by Rex Sly

A superb examination of the history of the Fens, containing a great deal of stunning photographs.


Garden Heroes and Villains

by George Drower

This follow up to the engaging 'Gardeners, Gurus and Grubs' takes a longer look at the heroes and villains of the gardening world. Learn how Heron of Alexandria surprised unwelcome visitors to his garden in...


Lost Battlefields of Britain

by Martin Hackett

The British Isles have witnessed hundreds of battles in 2000 years of history. Some are well known, due to their far-reaching consequences, sheer scale of the involvement of famous protagonists. Others, however,...


The Knox Brothers

by Penelope Fitzgerald

Here is a biography whose eccentric genius perfectly matches that of its subjects. Penelope Fitzgerald tells the lives of four extraordinary Englishmen-her father and his brothers-with style and wit. Here is...


Admiral Arleigh (31-Knot) Burke: The Story of a Fighting Sailor

by Ken Jones & Hubert Kelly Jr.

Burke's World War II heroics and unprecedented three terms as chief of naval operations are recounted in this stirring biography.


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A Companion to the U.S. Civil War, 2 Volume Set

by Aaron Sheehan-Dean

A Companion to the U.S. Civil War presents a comprehensive historiographical collection of essays covering all major military, political, social, and economic aspects of the American Civil War (1861-1865).

  • Represents...


Twentieth-Century Europe: A Brief History, 1900 to the Present

by Michael D. Richards & Paul R. Waibel

Twentieth-Century Europe: A Brief History presents readers with a concise and accessible survey of the most significant themes and political events that shaped European history in the 20th and 21st centuries....


Calabashes and Kings: An Introduction to Hawaii

by Stanley D. Porteus

This eloquent and hauntingly evocative story of Hawaii is a true classic and is an essential read for any enthusiast of Hawaiian culture and history.

With a sincerity and candor often lacking in books stressing...


Late Antiquity: Eastern Perspectives

by Teresa Bernheimer & Adam J. Silverstein

In the past four decades since the field of late antique studies began to gather real momentum, scholars have debated the place of early Islam within the late antique world, particularly in relation to the issue...


Averroes: Tahafut al Tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)

by Simon Van den Bergh

Ibn Rushd, known to Christian Europe as Averroes, came from Córdoba in Spain and lived from 1126 to 1198. He is regarded as the last great Arab philosopher in the Classical tradition, and, under the patronage...


HR Pioneers: A History of Human Resource Innovations at Control Data Corporation

by Mark Jensen

Control Data Corporation, a legendary Minnesota company that developed both cutting edge computer technology and innovative social ventures that combated poverty. This book focuses on these social business ventures....


From Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X

by Scott F. Wolter

Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X  is the third book in a series that investigates the origin and meaning of a mysterious symbol originally found on the five fiercely debated...


Shaping the North Star State: A History of Minnesota's Boundaries

by William E. Lass

How Did Minnesota Get Its Shape? · Why is Isle Royale part of Michigan? · What's with that knob on top of Minnesota? And why doesn't it include the entirety of Lake of the Woods? · What about the bump on...


Asylums, Treatment Centers, and Genetic Jails: A History of State Hospitals, Early Psychiatric Treatment, and Mental Health in Minnesota

by Michael Resman

A detailed history of mental health care in Minnesota from its fairly barbaric infancy to modern medicine, along with a history of the state hospital system.