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The Zimmermann Telegram: Intelligence, Diplomacy, and America's Entry Into World War I

by Thomas Boghardt

By the winter of 1916/17, World War I had reached a deadlock. While the Allies commanded greater resources and fielded more soldiers than the Central Powers, German armies had penetrated deep into Russia and...

Captured: The Forgotten Men of Guam

by Roger Mansell & Linda Goetz Holmes

In the years before the outbreak of the war in the Pacific, Guam was a paradise for the Navy, Marine and civilian employees of Pan American Airways, who found themselves stationed on the island. However their...

Riders of the Apocalypse: German Cavalry and Modern Warfare, 1870-1945

by David R. Dorondo

Despite the enduring popular image of the blitzkrieg of World War II, the German Army always depended on horses. It could not have waged war without them. While the Army’s reliance on draft horses to pull...

Bizarre History: Strange Happenings, Stupid Misconceptions, Distorted Facts and Uncommon Events

by Joe Rhatigan

This is history served up high-octane, with all of the fun and none of the boredom. It's not about memorizing lists of dates or names, or remembering which general won what battle. Instead, BIZARRE HISTORY merrily...

A History of Pan-African Revolt

by C. L. R. James & Robin D. G. Kelley

Originally published in England in 1938 and expanded in 1969, this work remains the classic account of global Black resistance. This concise, accessible history of revolts by African peoples worldwide explores...

Patton: Blood, Guts, and Prayer

by Michael Keane

Known for his rousing speeches and military triumphs, General George S. Patton, Jr. is one of the most famous military figures in U.S. history. Yet, he is better known for his profanity than his prayers. Until...

Operation Snow: How a Soviet Mole in FDR's White House Triggered Pearl Harbor

by John Koster

In Operation Snow: How a Soviet Mole in FDR’s White House Triggered Pearl Harbor, author and World War II magazine columnist John Koster provides incontestable proof that Russia was a driving force behind...

Runaway America

by David Waldstreicher

Scientist, abolitionist, revolutionary: that is the Benjamin Franklin we know and celebrate. To this description, the talented young historian David Waldstreicher shows we must add runaway, slave master, and...

Five Germanys I Have Known

by Fritz Stern

The “German question” haunts the modern world: How could so civilized a nation be responsible for the greatest horror in Western history? In this unusual fusion of personal memoir and history, the celebrated...

The Pope's Jews

by Gordon Thomas

This revelatory account of how the Vatican saved thousands of Jews during WWII shows why history must exonerate "Hitler's Pope"


Accused of being “silent” during the Holocaust, Pope Pius XII and the Vatican...

False Prophets

by James Hoopes

According to Jim Hoopes, the fundamental principles on which business is based-authority, power, control-are increasingly at odds with principles of life in a democratic society-freedom, equality, individualism....

The Complete Art Of War: Sun Tzu/sun Pin

by Tzu Sun, Pin Sun & Ralph D. Sawyer

This book is the only single-volume edition available of the classic essays on strategy by the great Sun Tzu and his descendant, Sun Pin, translated by the world’s foremost authority on ancient Chinese strategic...

Confronting Iran: The Failure of American Foreign Policy and the Next Great Crisis in the Middle East and the Next Gre

by Ali Ansari

An authoritative account of failed foreign policy, this book will be essential reading for anyone seeking to understand this explosive region

The Civil War In Kentucky: Battle For The Bluegrass State

by Kent Masterton Brown

Top scholars contribute to this book of essays on the complex series of battles and political maneuvers for control of Kentucky during the Civil War.

The Mongols: A History

by Jeremiah Curtin

The classic history of the Mongols, by a highly respected writer and translator Jeremiah Curtin

The Divorce of Henry VIII

by Catherine Fletcher

In 1533 the English monarch Henry VIII decided to divorce his wife of twenty years Catherine of Aragon in pursuit of a male heir to ensure the Tudor line. He was also head over heels in love with his wife’s...

1536: The Year that Changed Henry VIII

by Suzannah Lipscomb

Henry VIII is known stereotypically as a corpulent, covetous, and cunning king whose appetite for worldly goods met few parallels, whose wives met infamously premature ends, and whose religion was largely political...

Falling Through the Earth

by Danielle Trussoni

A daughter's unforgettable memoir of her wild and haunted father, a man whose war never really ended

From her father, Danielle Trussoni learned rock and roll, how to avoid the cops, and never to shy away from...


by Luke Harding

In 2007 Luke Harding arrived in Moscow to take up a new job as a correspondent for the British newspaper, The Guardian. Within months, mysterious agents from Russia's Federal Security Service --the successor...

Desolation and Enlightenment: Political Knowledge After Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Holocaust

by Ira Katznelson

During and especially after the Second World War, a group of leading scholars who had been perilously close to the war's devastation joined others fortunate enough to have been protected by distance in an effort...