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A Shameful Act

by Taner Akçam

A landmark assessment of Turkish culpability in the Armenian genocide, the first history of its kind by a Turkish historian

In 1915, under the cover of a world war, some one million Armenians were killed through...


Marshall: Lessons in Leadership

by H. Paul Jeffers, Alan Axelrod, H. Paul Paul Jeffers & Wesley K. Clark

General George C. Marshall was a skillful and compassionate leader with a unique legacy. He never fired a shot during WWII and led no troops into battle—his brilliance was purely strategic and diplomatic,...


Forgotten Footprints: Lost Stories in the Discovery of Antarctica

by John Harrison

A mix of history, geography, myth, and personal truth, this book explores the Antarctic Peninsula, the South Shetland Islands, and the Weddell Sea—the most visited places in Antarctica. Filled with beautiful...


The Swordfish Hunters: The History and Ecology of an Ancient American Sea People

by Bruce Bourque

Thousands of years ago, Maine's Red Paint People, so called because of the red ochre in their burial sites, were among the first maritime cultures in the Americas. They could have subsisted on easily caught...


Path of the Patriots, Two-Volume Set

by Jan Kelley

Step into the revolution that changed the world

'It took all the daring of an English author to embark on writing a guide that transports the walker back in time to the Paris of the French Revolution. Her...


The Crash of TWA Flight 260

by Charles M. Williams

Williams documents the tragic crash of TWA Flight 260 in the Sandia Mountains in 1955 and the fifty years that he has spent unraveling the mysteries of the crash, many still unresolved today.


Anglomania: A European Love Affair

by Ian Buruma

"Imaginative, original--wittily written."--The Washington Post Book World

To some, England has long represented tolerance, reason, and political moderation. To others, it is a moribund bastion of snobbery and...


The Great Encounter of China and the West, 1500-1800

by D. E. Mungello

For the Chinese, the drive toward growing political and economic power is part of an ongoing effort to restore China's past greatness and remove the lingering memories of history's humiliations. This widely...


When the United States Invaded Russia: Woodrow Wilson's Siberian Disaster

by Carl J. Richard

This fascinating history explores one of America’s earliest counterinsurgency campaigns outside the Western Hemisphere. Few remember that shortly before the end of World War I, the United States sent thousands...


Conversion and Narrative: Reading and Religious Authority in Medieval Polemic

by Ryan Szpiech

Szpiech draws on medieval Christian, Jewish, and Muslim polemics to investigate the role of narrative in the representation of conversion. By investigating conversion not as individual experience but as expression...


Landscape in American Guides and View Books: Visual History of Touring and Travel

by Herbert Gottfried

This is the first published study of American printed souvenirs and their relationship to the development of touring and immigration. Grounded in scenic thinking, captured in prints and photographic images,...


The RAF Pathfinders: Bomber Command S Elite Squadron

by Martyn Chorlton

The formation of the Pathfinder Force in August 1942 produced a steady but certain change in the fortunes of Bomber Command. During the early years of the war, aerial photographs showed that less than one third...


Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan, and Maori Exiles

by Kristyn Harman

Revealing the forgotten stories of Aboriginal convicts, this book describes how they lived, labored, were punished, and died. Profiling several of the 130 Aboriginal convicts who were transported to and within...


Antietam

by Gary W. Gallagher

The relative importance of Civil War campaigns is a matter for debate among historians and buffs alike. Gettysburg, Vicksburg, and Atlanta have their advocates. Gettysburg certainly maintains its hold on the...


Rethinking the Principles of War

by Anthony D. McIvor

This new work features the fresh thinking of twenty-eight leading authors from a variety of military and national security disciplines. Following an introduction by Lt. Gen. James Dubik, Commander I Corps, U.S....


The French Revolution Debate and the British Novel, 1790-1814: The Struggle for History's Authority

by Morgan Rooney

Through an examination of a representative body of non-fiction prose from the French Revolution debate and a variety of subgenres of the novel from the 1790-1814 period, this study traces the development of...


The Christmas House: How One Man's Dream Changed the Way We Celebrate Christmas

by Georja Skinner

?Nearly 80,000 people came each Christmas to see the house. Years later, when George's daughter rediscovered an old scrapbook stuffed with clippings, letters, and photographs commemorating the Christmas House,...


Drago #5 (#2b)

by Art Spinella

Guns. Women. Coal. Gold.

Nick and Sal have their hands full.

When gold was discovered in trees, Nick and Sal found themselves in the midst of a thousand year old question of who first settled the Northwest.

It...


Thirty Secret Years: A. G. Denniston's work in signals intelligence 1914-1944

by Robin Denniston

Story of how one man, working in obscurity and total secrecy, influenced the course of world history over 30 years of war and peace, told by his son.


Gabriel's Conspiracy: A Documentary History

by Philip J. Schwarz

The plans for a large slave rebellion in the Richmond area in 1800, orchestrated by a literate enslaved blacksmith named Gabriel, leaked out before they could be executed, and he and twenty-five other enslaved...