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Henry Wilson and the Era of Reconstruction

by John L. Myers

Already a leader of the Republican party when the Civil War began, Henry Wilson had distinguished himself as the most important Congressional figure on military and antislavery and pro-black legislation during...


Martha Washington: An American Life

by Patricia Brady

With this revelatory and painstakingly researched book, Martha Washington, the invisible woman of American history, at last gets the biography she deserves. In place of the domestic frump of popular imagination,...


Washington and Cornwallis: The Battle for America, 1775-1783

by Benton Rain Patterson

Patterson chronicles the battles waged between Washington and Cornwallis, examines their methods of command and their controversial military decisions, and ultimately brings into focus the personalities of these...


Roosevelt the Explorer: T.R.'s Amazing Adventures as a Naturalist, Conservationist, and Explorer

by H. Paul Jeffers

Jeffers' book chronicles Theodore Roosevelt's lifelong quests and expeditions-thrilling and often dangerous journeys that produced much important scientific research and took him across North America, South...


A Country Doctor's Journal: Amazing Stories from Incredible Situations

by Roger A. MacDonald

This autobiographical collection of short stories highlights the rich history of America's iconic country doctor, from triumph to tragedy.


Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture

by John Bowman

With more than thirty chronologies covering the nations of East, Southeast, South, and Central Asia, the Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture contains more information on Asian history than any...


Rome: The Autobiography

by Jon.E Lewis

The history of Ancient Rome has been passed down to us through official accounts, personal letters, annotated words of great orators and the considered histories of powerful men. It is found on inscriptions,...


London: The Autobiography

by Jon.E Lewis & Jon E. Lewis

In London: The Autobiography the life of the capital is told, for the first time, by those who made it and saw it at first hand.

From Roman times to the 21st century, Londoners and visitors to the city have recounted...


Holiday Isle

by John Beckerson

The Golden Era of the Manx Boarding House from the 1870s to the 1970s. This colourful book overflows with life and fascinating old photographs. It tells the story of how the Isle of Man developed from a quiet...


Deciphering the Rising Sun: Navy and Marine Corps Codebreakers, Translators and Interpreters in the Pacific War

by Roger Dignman

This book is the first to document the vital role played by Americans, not of Japanese ancestry, who served as Japanese language officers in World War II. Covering the period 1940-1945, it describes their selection,...


First Class: Women Join the Ranks at the Naval Academy

by Sharon H. Disher

When Sharon Hanley Disher entered the U.S. Naval Academy with eighty other young women in 1976, she helped end a 131-year all-male tradition at Annapolis. Her entertaining and shocking account of the women's...


Death at a Distance: The Loss of the Legendary USS Harder

by Michael Sturma

Only seven U.S. submariners earned the Medal of Honor in World War II. Sam Dealey, the USS Harder's commander, was one of them. His honor was awarded posthumously after the entire crew was lost off Bataan during...


Hitler, Donitz, and the Baltic Sea: The Third Reich's Last Hope, 1944-1945

by David Grier

The popular conception of Hitler in the final years of World War II is that of a deranged Fuhrer stubbornly demanding the defense of every foot of ground on all fronts and ordering hopeless attacks with nonexistent...


Women at War: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Other Conflicts

by Scott Baron & Jr, James E. Wise

Today, women in all U.S. military services are involved in the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. They serve as pilots and crewmen of assault helicopters, bombers, fighters, and transport planes, and are frequently...


River Run Red: The Fort Pillow Massacre in the American Civil War

by Andrew Ward

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Black Company: The Story of Subchaser 1264

by Eric Purdon

The remarkable World War II story of PC 1264's crew of fifty African-American enlisted men as recounted by the ship's captain


Submarine Diary: The Silent Stalking of Japan

by Corwin Mendenhall

A vividly detailed account of life aboard U.S. submarines in the Pacific during World War II.


A Concise History of the Arabs

by John McHugo

From Algeria and Libya to Egypt and Syria, the Arab world commands Western headlines, even as its complex politics and cultures elude the grasp of most Western readers and commentators. Perhaps no other region...


Visiting Rwanda

by Dervla Murphy

Between April and July 1994, the tiny Central African state of Rwanda experienced unprecedented carnage as more than three-quarters of a million people, mostly minority Tutsi, were killed in a carefully planned...


Neutral Ireland and the Third Reich

by John P. Duggan

In this work based on original research into German sources, John Duggan opens up an entirely new perspective on the little-known history of Ireland during the 'Emergency' period of the Second World War. Reviews...