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M60 vs T-62: Cold War Combatants 1956-92

by Lon Nordeen & Richard Chasemore

Step onto the battlefield and immerse yourself in the experience of real historic combat. Designed for the battlefields of Europe at the height of the Cold War, the M60 and T-62 were the premier combat tanks...


French Foreign Legion Paratroops

by Martin Windrow & Kevin Lyles

The decision, in Spring 1948, to form two battalions of Foreign Legion paratroopers was prompted by the requirement for enlarged airborne forces in the First Indochina War (1946), and the healthy recruitment...


Chronicles of Old Rome: Exploring Italy S Eternal City

by Tamara Thiessen

Discover la dolce vita on this grand tour of Italy's historic capital told through 30 dramatic true stories spanning nearly 3,000 years, plus detailed walking tours complete with easy-to-read maps. From the...


Restless Valley

by Philip Shishkin

It sounds like the stuff of a fiction thriller: two revolutions, a massacre of unarmed civilians, a civil war, a drug-smuggling highway, brazen corruption schemes, contract hits, and larger-than-life characters...


What Changed When Everything Changed: 9/11 and the Making of National Identity

by Joseph Margulies

Beautifully written and carefully reasoned, this bold and provocative work upends the conventional wisdom about the American reaction to crisis. Margulies demonstrates that for key elements of the post-9/11...


Naval Miscellany

by Angus Konstam

For armchair admirals, history buffs, and naval enthusiasts everywhere, A Naval Miscellany is an indispensable and entertaining collection of fascinating and often little-known facts, anecdotes, lists, curiosities...


Sticklers, Sideburns and Bikinis: The Military Origins of Everyday Words and Phrases

by Graeme Donald

Did you know they started 'hearing through the grapevine' during the American Civil War? It was a reference to the telegraph lines used for communicating with the army. These looked like twisted grapevines....


Curtiss P-40 - Long-nosed Tomahawks

by Carl Molesworth

The initial version of the Curtiss P-40, designated by the manufacturer as the Hawk H-81, combined the established airframe of the earlier radial-powered H-75 (P-36) fighter with the Allison V-1710 liquid-cooled...


F-4 Phantom II vs MiG-21: USAF & VPAF in the Vietnam War

by Peter Davies & Gareth Hector

From difficult weather conditions to unreliable missile armament to unequal rules of engagement, this book tells the story of the challenges faced by the F-4 and MiG-21 pilots. Using first-hand accounts wherever...


Between Giants: The Battle for the Baltics in World War II

by Prit Buttar

With the exception of Poland, no region or territory suffered more greatly during World War II than the Baltic States. Caught between the giants of the Soviet Union and the Third Reich, Latvia, Lithuania, and...


The Gateway Arch: A Biography

by Tracy Campbell

Rising to a triumphant height of 630 feet, the Gateway Arch in St. Louis is a revered monument to America’s western expansion. Envisioned in 1947 but not completed until the mid-1960s, the arch today attracts...


My Father's Paradise: A Son's Search for His Jewish Past in Kurdish Iraq

by Ariel Sabar

In a remote corner of the world, forgotten for nearly three thousand years, lived an enclave of Kurdish Jews so isolated that they still spoke Aramaic, the language of Jesus. Mostly illiterate, they were self-made...


Representations of China in British Children's Fiction, 1851-1911

by Shih-Wen Chen

In her exploration of China in British children's literature, Shih-Wen Chen considers travelogue storybooks, historical novels, adventure stories and periodicals to demonstrate the diversity of images of China...


Baal's Priests: The Loyalist Clergy and the English Revolution

by Fiona McCall

The English Civil War was a time of disruption, suffering and persecution for many people, not least the clergy of the established church, who found themselves ejected from their livings in increasing numbers...


Pidge, Texas Ranger

by Chuck Parsons

Thomas C. (Pidge) Robinson came to Texas from Virginia at the age of 27, fleeing a feud with a neighbor who opposed Robinson’s amorous intentions toward the neighbor’s sister. He joined the Texas Rangers...


Down by the Bay: San Francisco's History between the Tides

by Matthew Morse Booker

San Francisco Bay is the largest and most productive estuary on the Pacific Coast of North America. It is also home to the oldest and densest urban settlements in the American West. Focusing on human inhabitation...


The European Union Neighbourhood: Challenges and Opportunities

by Teresa Cierco

This volume brings together a broad range of scholars seeking to highlight some of the main issues that concern the European relations with its neighbour's countries in the Western Balkans, the Eastern and Southern...


Afro-Cuban Diasporas in the Atlantic World

by Solimar Otero

"Afro-Cuban Diasporas in the Atlantic World" explores how Yoruba and Afro-Cuban communities moved across the Atlantic between the Americas and Africa in successive waves in the nineteenth century. In Havana,...


Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into Texas Expanded Edition

by Bathroom Readers' Institute

Packed with 60 new pages, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Plunges into Texas Bigger and Better! is bigger and badder than the previous edition. This cowboy-sized collection of Texas talents, truisms, and tales...


Southern Black Women in the Modern Civil Rights Movement

by Merline Pitre & Clarissa Myrick-Harris

Throughout the South, black women were crucial to the Civil Rights Movement, serving as grassroots and organizational leaders. They protested, participated, sat in, mobilized, created, energized, led particular...