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The Cruel Legacy: The HMAS Voyager Tragedy

by Tom Frame

Forty years after the collision between the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne and HMAS Sydney in which 82 men lost their lives this is the story of Australia's largest peacetime naval disaster, the men involved,...


Australia's Battlefields in Viet Nam: A traveller's guide

by Gary McKay

A traveller's guide to the Australian battlefields and cemeteries in Viet Nam written for people actually holidaying in Viet Nam as well as the wannabes who think they might go to Viet Nam.;


Behind Enemy Lines: An Australian SAS soldier in Vietnam

by Terry O'Farrell

A compelling personal account of a young SAS soldier's experiences in Vietnam.


A Short History of China and Southeast Asia: Tribute, Trade and Influence

by Martin Stuart-Fox

New in the Short History of Asia series, edited by Milton Osborne, this is a readable, well-informed and comprehensive short history of China's relationships with its Southeast Asian neighbours from ancient...


Freedom Ride: A freedom rider remembers

by Ann Curthoys

This is the story of Australia's historic Freedom Ride, the 1965 bus journey into the heart of the country to fight racism, from one who was there. ;


A Short History of Laos: The Land in Between

by Grant Evans

New in the Short History of Asia series, edited by Milton Osborne, this is a readable, well-informed and comprehensive history of Laos from the little-known pre-modern dynastic era to the present day.


A Short History of Japan: From Samurai to Sony

by Curtis Andressen

New in the Short History of Asia series, edited by Milton Osborne, this is a comprehensive, readable history of the land of the Rising Sun, from its ancient origins to its fascinating present.


Blood Brothers: Crime, Business and Politics in Asia

by Bertil Lintner

A truly compelling account from an authoritative writer, Blood Brothers takes the reader right inside the world's criminal fraternities and reveals how they work.


The Kabyle People

by , Glora Wysner

So little has been known of the mountain people of Algeria and that little has been so inaccessible that this careful study of the kabyles is most welcome at this time. Many of the earliest books, particularly...


Duke - Carolina - Volumes 1-5  The Blue Blood Rivalry, The Master Collection

by Art Chansky

Famed sportswriter and Tobacco Road basketball historian Art Chansky is releasing a digital version of his award-winning book, Blue Blood. Blue Blood details one of sport's greatest rivalries, Duke University...


Nature's Man: Thomas Jefferson's Philosophical Anthropology

by Maurizio Valsania

Although scholars have adequately covered Thomas Jefferson's general ideas about human nature and race, this is the first book to examine what Maurizio Valsania terms Jefferson's "philosophical anthropology"-philosophical...


Peasant Life in China

by Fei Tung

A fascinating insight into the life of the vast majority of Chinese people at the end of 19th century. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce...


The Industrial Revolution

by , Arnold Toynbee

The subject of these lectures is the Industrial and Agrarian Revolution at the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth centuries. Including chapters on England in 1760, the mercantile system and...


A Manual of Flotation Processes

by , Arthur Fay Taggart

A practical examination of separation ore from rocks on an industrial scale. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive....


Nepal Himalaya

by , H. Tilman

There can be no country so rich in mountains as Nepal. This narrow strip of territory, lying between Sikkim and Garhwal, occupies 500 miles of India's northern border; and since this border coincides roughly...


The Uniflow Steam-Engine

by , A. Tompkins

The uniflow steam engine was invented in England by T. J. Todd in 1885 and this is its story. A compact guide to the design, construction and maintenance of this powerhouse of the empire. Many of the earliest...


Shalom Y'All: Images of Jewish Life in the American South

by Alfred Uhry, Bill Aron & Vicki Reikes Fox

The kitchen of Henrietta Levine in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where chopped liver is sautTing. Ben and Betty Lee Lamensdorf's farmland in Cary, Mississippi, where cotton, wheat, and pecans are harvested. The New...


The Supreme Court

by William H. Rehnquist

This new edition of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist’s classic book offers a lively and accessible history of the Supreme Court. His engaging writing illuminates both the high and low points in the Court's...


Oscar Lopez Rivera: Between Torture and Resistance

by Osacar Lopez Rivera, Luis Nieves Falcon & Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The life story of Puerto Rican freedom fighter and leader Oscar López Rivera, outlined in this book, is one of courage, valor, and sacrifice. In 1981, Oscar was convicted of seditious conspiracy and other...


Fear Itself: The New Deal and the Origins of Our Time

by Ira Katznelson

“A powerful argument, swept along by Katznelson’s robust prose and the imposing scholarship that lies behind it.”—Kevin Boyle, New York Times Book Review A work that “deeply reconceptualizes the New...