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Hanoi's Road to the Vietnam War, 1954-1965

by Pierre Asselin

Hanoi's Road to the Vietnam War opens in 1954 with the signing of the Geneva accords that ended the eight-year-long Franco-Indochinese War and created two Vietnams. In agreeing to the accords, Ho Chi Minh and...


War and Technology

by Jeremy M. Black

In this engaging book, Jeremy Black argues that technology neither acts as an independent variable nor operates without major limitations. This includes its capacity to obtain end results, as technology's impact...


More Than Cowboys: Travels Through the History of the American West

by Tim Slessor

So many books about the American West leave out the more intriguing details: When, in 1803, the young USA doubled its size with the purchase from France of an unexplored vastness called La Louisiane, it was...


All About: Remarkable Romans

by P S Quick

This book, filled with amazing facts and photographs, describes what life was like for Ancient Romans. It gives an in-depth account of all aspects of life and people of the time - including sections about the...


Hitler, Stalin and the Destruction of Poland: Explaining History

by Nick Shepley

In 1939 a stunned international community absorbed the news that Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, hated and implacable enemies, had signed a non-agression pact. The treaty between them contained a hidden clause,...


Reaction, Revolution and The Birth of Nazism: Germany 1918-23

by Nick Shepley

By the end of the First World War Germany was in a state of anarchy as rival political forces battled to determine her fate. Since Germany's birth in 1871 the ideas behind the revolution the broke out in 1918,...


Hitler, Ribbentrop and Britain: The Breaking of Versailles Part One

by Nick Shepley

A fraudulent chancer, fantasist and con artist, Joachim Von Ribbentrop charmed Hitler and dominates the Fuhrer's inner circle for much of the 1930s. Hitler was totally taken in by the version of the world Ribbentrop...


Explaining Nazi Germany: Six Answers To A Level/SAT2 Nazi Germany Questions

by Nick Shepley

From the Explaining History series, this is a new ebook for students of Germany history designed to dispel the six most pervasive myths about the Third Reich and help students get to grips with the most common...


Hitler, Chamberlain and Munich: The End Of The Twenty Year Truce

by Nick Shepley

In the mid 1930s, Hitler's determination to wage a European war and destroy the Treaty of Versailles seemed to be an unstoppable force in international affairs. The weak and divided British and French, crippled...


Stalin, the five year plans and the Gulags: Slavery and Terror 1929-53

by Nick Shepley

From the personal accounts of those devoured by the great darkness of Stalin's Russia, the Explaining History series details the explosive growth of Stalin's vast industrial revolution, and the explosive growth...


Sun Yat Sen and the birth of modern China: 20th Century China: Volume One

by Nick Shepley

As the increasingly powerless Qing Dynasty in 19th Century China struggled to defend itself from European, American and Japanese colonial control, and bloody civil wars and rebellions fought by an angry and...


Russia's Struggle With Modernity 1815-1929

by Nick Shepley

In 1917 Czarist Russia collapsed during the catastrophe of the First World War, but the tensions that had accumulated inside the empire for a century due to the challenges that modernisation presented were the...


The Letters Of Rosa Luxemburg

by Rosa Luxemburg, Annelies Laschitza & Georg Adler

The most comprehensive collection of letters by Rosa Luxemburg ever published in English, this book includes 190 letters written to leading figures in the European and international labor and socialist movements––Leo...


The American Crucible: Slavery, Emancipation And Human Rights

by Robin Blackburn

The American Crucible furnishes a vivid and authoritative history of the rise and fall of slavery in the Americas. For over three centuries enslavement promoted the rise of capitalism in the Atlantic world....


In Search of Captain Moonlite: Bushranger, Conman, Warrior, Lunatic

by Paul Terry

He was the gun-toting man of God who enthralled and appalled the nation for more than a decade. This is the story of the notorious bushranger, Captain Moonlite.


Canberra Red: Stories from the Bush Capital

by David Headon & Andrew MacKenzie

From the humble red brick houses scattered around the lake to the grand monuments designed to reflect the aspirations of a new nation, it is one of the great planned cities of the world. This collection explores...


In Good Company: One Man's War in Vietnam

by Gary McKay

An enthralling account of an Australian infantryman and his companions in the Vietnam War.


A Mabo Memoir

by Bryan Keon-Cohen

This acclaimed book is an insider's comprehensive account, written for the non-lawyer, by the plaintiffs' counsel, Dr. Bryan Keon-Cohen AM QC. He recounts Eddie Mabo's motivations, the Murray Islanders and their...


England's Ethnic Cleansing of the Jews

by Leonie Star

William Duke of Normandy conquers England in 1066. Jews follow him, arriving as traders. They have financial expertise and money-lending capabilities that are much needed in the medieval economy. A few have...


The Secret Fire

by Laurie Jo Moore

This book tells the gripping stories of twelve men who were imprisoned in the death camps in Laos. It tells the truth about the hidden war in Laos. Together the stories of these men show how communism destroyed...