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Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

by Kai Bird

PULITZER PRIZE WINNER KAI BIRD’S fascinating memoir of his early years spent in Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Lebanon provides an original and illuminating perspective into the Arab-Israeli conflict....


A Plague of Informers: Conspiracy and Political Trust in William III's England

by Rachel Weil

Stories of plots, sham plots, and the citizen-informers who discovered them are at the center of Rachel Weil's compelling study of the turbulent decade following the Revolution of 1688. Most studies of the Glorious...


St Petersburg: Shadows of the Past

by Catriona Kelly

Fragile, gritty, and vital to an extraordinary degree, St. Petersburg is one of the world's most alluring cities-a place in which the past is at once ubiquitous and inescapably controversial. Yet outsiders are...


The Long Road to Liberty: The Odyssey of a German Regiment in the Yankee Army: The 15th Missouri Volunteer Infantry

by Donald Allendorf

FLAVEL C. BARBER'S memoir of his service with the Third Tennessee provides a rare contemporary history of a Confederate regiment.  Major Barber's imprisonment after the surrender of Fort Donelson spurred him...


Ohio Outback: Learning to Love the Great Black Swamp

by Claude Clayton Smith

A collection that reveals the surprising variety of life in northwest Ohio Ohio Outback is a unique compilation of writings by Claude Clayton Smith about his experiences of living in Ohio for the past twenty-two...


Snow Hill: In the Shadows of the Ephrata Cloister

by Denise Seachrist

A fascinating exploration of a now-lost communal society During the first half of the eighteenth century, Pennsylvania became home to a variety of German-speaking sectarians who rebelled against the oppression...


Columbia and the United States: The Making of an Inter-American Alliance, 1939 1960

by Bradley Lynn Coleman

A valuable addition to the New Studies in U.S. Foreign Relations SeriesWorld War II and the Cold War transformed U.S.-Colombian security relations. The republics first partnered to defend the Western Hemisphere...


The Christian Monitors: The Church of England and the Age of Benevolence, 1680-1730

by Brent S. Sirota

This original and persuasive book examines the moral and religious revival led by the Church of England before and after the Glorious Revolution, and shows how that revival laid the groundwork for a burgeoning...


Pathfinder Companion

by Sean Feast

What sort of men were the Pathfinders, the corps d'élite of Bomber Command? What did they do? What risks did they face? And what contribution did they make to the air war and the ultimate defeat of Germany?...


Spitfire Pilot: A Personal Account of the Battle of Britain

by Flight Lieutenant David Crook DFC

Spitfire Pilot was written in 1940 in the heat of battle when the RAF stood alone against the might of Hitler's Third Reich. It is a tremendous personal account of one of the fiercest and most idealised air...


Tangmere: Famous Royal Air Force Fighter Station An Authorised History

by Reginald Byron & David Coxon

This is the first full history of the Royal Air Force fighter station at Tangmere, West Sussex, from its beginnings in the First World War until its untimely closure in 1970. In its day, it was one of the best-known...


Buccaneer Boys: True Tales by those who Flew the 'Last all- British Bomber'

by Graham Pitchfork

Twenty-four aircrew who flew the iconic aircraft with the Fleet Air Arm, the Royal Air Force and the South African Air Force (SAAF) relate their experiences and affection for the Blackburn Buccaneer. Arranged...


They Have Left Us Here to Die: The Civil War Prison Diary of Sgt. Lyle G. Adair, 111th U.S. Colored Infantry

by Glenn Robins

The chronicle of a Union soldier's seven months in captivityBesides the risks of death or wounding in combat, the average Civil War soldier faced the constant threat of being captured by the enemy. It is estimated...


The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns: An Atlas of the Battles and Movements in the Eastern Theater after Gettysburg, Including Rappa

by Bradley Gottfried

The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns is the fifth installment in the Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series. Few historians have examined what happened to the Army of Northern Virginia and the...


Germany under the Old Regime 1600-1790

by John G. Gagliardo

German history in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is notoriously inaccessible to non-specialists. When other European countries were well on the way to becoming nation states, Germany remained frozen...


The Labouring Classes in Early Industrial England, 1750-1850

by John G. Rule

This is the most comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis of current research on the social conditions, experiences and reactions of working people during the period 1750 - 1850.


Europe in the Nineteenth Century

by Hearder Harry

The period between 1830 and 1880 was one of immense activity, radical political change, and striking economic and social growth in Europe. The major themes of the struggles between individuals, parties and classes...


Lloyd George

by Martin Pugh

An up-to-date synthesis and original interpretation of Lloyd George's life, personality and political career. This study challenges the traditional view of Lloyd George as an outsider in British politics, explains...


Europe 1780 - 1830

by Franklin L. Ford

Europe 1780--1830 rapidly established itself as a standard introduction to European history in the age of the French Revolution and its aftermath when it first appeared. Now for the first time the book has been...


Muslims and Christians in Norman Sicily: Arabic-Speakers and the End of Islam

by Dr Alexander Metcalfe & Alex Metcalfe

The social and linguistic history of medieval Sicily is both intriguing and complex. Before the Muslim invasion of 827, the islanders spoke dialects of either Greek or Latin or both. On the arrival of the Normans...