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The Etiquette of Freemasonry: A Handbook for the Brethren

by An Old Past Master

First written in 1890, The Etiquette of Freemasonry is a timeless window into the mysterious traditions and practices of one of history’s most intriguing secret societies. This straightforward guide blends...


As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me

by Josef M. Bauer

In 1944, German paratrooper Clemens Forell was captured by the Soviets and sentenced to twenty-five years of labor in a Siberian lead mine. In the Gulags, this was virtually a death sentence. Driven to desperation...


Emissary of the Doomed

by Ronald Florence

The official little known WWII story of a desperate attempt to save Hungary's Jewish population

When Nazi troops invaded in March 1944, Hungary contained the largest intact Jewish population in Europe. Until...


Malcolm X: The FBI File

by Clayborne Carson, David Gallen & Spike Lee

The FBI has made possible a reassembling of the history of Malcolm X that goes beyond any previous research. From the opening of his file in March of 1953 to his assassination in 1965, the story of Malcolm X’s...


366 Days in Abraham Lincoln's Presidency: The Private, Political, and Military Decisions of America's Greatest President

by Stephen A. Wynalda & Harry Turtledove

In a startlingly innovative format, journalist Stephen A. Wynalda has constructed a painstakingly detailed day-by-day breakdown of president Abraham Lincoln’s decisions in office—including his signing of...


Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: The Real Language of the Modern American Military

by Alan Axelrod

Few areas of human endeavor have produced more—or more colorful—terms than has the military. Soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen have over centuries come up with words, phrases, and acronyms to express...


Assignment: Oswald

by James P. Hosty & Thomas Hosty

Special Agent James Hosty began investigating Lee Harvey Oswald in October 1963, a full month before the JFK assassination. From November 22 on, Hosty watched as everyone from the Dallas Police, the FBI, the...


100 Headlines That Changed the World

by James Maloney

Here are the incredible newspaper headlines that document history’s most important moments—headlines so momentous that anyone reading them knew that the world as they knew it had been changed irrevocably....


Famous Sheriffs and Western Outlaws: Incredible True Stories of Wild West Showdowns and Frontier Justice

by William MacLeod Raine

This in-depth collection, unchanged since the 1940s, tells of the most legendary heroes and villains of the Old West. Get swept back to a time when sheriffs did their best to keep order in a lawless land. Read...


The History of the Knights Templars

by Charles G. Addison

The history of the Knights Templars is a remarkable story of triumphs and defeats, marked with controversies and tragedy.  From their rise to their demise, Charles G. Addison captivatingly chronicles the various...


My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges of the Blackfeet

by J.W. Schultz

First published in 1907, My Life as an Indian is the memoir of J. W. Schultz’s life as a young white man among the Piegan Blackfeet in the Montana Territory. Out of curiosity and in search of adventure, Schultz...


India: From Midnight to the Millennium and Beyond

by Shashi Tharoor

At the stroke of midnight on August 15, 1947, a new nation was born. It has seventeen major languages and 22,000 distinct dialects. It has over a billion individuals of every ethnic extraction known to humanity....


Disaster at D-Day: The Germans Defeat the Allies, June 1944

by Peter G. Tsouras

What might have been if the Allied invasion of Europe in June 1944 didn’t have the same outcome? In Disaster at D-Day, historian Peter G. Tsouras shows us what could have been, if only a few things had happened...


On the Run: Deserters Through the Ages

by Graeme Kent

There have been many books written about valour in battle. This is not one of them. On the contrary, On the Run deals entirely with those men and women who have departed from life in the armed forces. For as...


Lyndon Johnson's War: The Road to Stalemate in Vietnam

by Larry Berman

"Stunning....The portrait of the embattled and unyielding president that emerges is vivid and memorable."—Publishers Weekly By 1968, the United States had committed over 525,000 men to Vietnam and bombed virtually...


The Best Survival Stories Ever Told

by Jon E. Lewis

This collection of classic tales comprises over thirty accounts of true-life adventure taken from contemporary memoirs, letters, and journals. They span the years from 1800 to the end of the twentieth century,...


Nehru: The Invention of India

by Shashi Tharoor

Shashi Tharoor delivers an incisive biography of the great secularist who—alongside his spiritual father, Mahatma Gandhi—led the movement for India’s independence from British rule and ushered his newly...


The Forbidden Universe: The Occult Origins of Science and the Search for the Mind of God

by Lynn Picknett & Clive Prince

Secret societies, famous scientists, ancient Egyptian mysticism, and a fascinating addition to the god-versus-science debate: the Catholic Church. By the bestselling authors of The Templar Revelation and Mary...


An Autobiography of General Custer

by Stephen Brennan

Taken from George Armstrong Custer's own writings, An Autobiography of General Custer is the “true story” of one of the most praised, most despised, but surely most remembered American military heroes. Indeed,...


The Irish Art of Controversy

by Lucy McDiarmid

The Irish Art of Controversy is what serious scholarship should be: meticulously informed, lucid, original. I enjoyed every page.' - Samuel Hynes, Princeton University North American customers should order from...