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Exploring Texas History: Weekend Adventures

by Elaine L. Galit & Vikk Simmons

Combining fascinating stories of Texas history with travel adventures around the state, this book suggests where to go and what to see throughout the state by following the trails of historical characters and...

Crown of Thorns: The Reign of King Boris III of Bulgaria, 1918-1943

by Stephane Groueff

A fascinating biography of Bulgaria's tragic monarch, Boris III, based on private correspondence and extensive interviews with members of the Bulgarian royal family. The son of King Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha,...

American Indian Stereotypes in the World of Children: A Reader and Bibliography

by Arlene Hirschfelder, Paulette F. Molin & Yvonne Wakim

The world of contemporary American infants and young children is saturated with inappropriate images of American Indians. American Indian Stereotypes in the World of Children reveals and discusses these images...

Literary Creations on the Road: Women's Travel Diaries in Early Modern Japan

by Keiko Shiba & Motoko Ezaki

In this book, originally published in Japanese, Shiba intersperses her narration with excerpts from the actual travel diaries and sheds new light on women’s literary activities in early modern Japan, which...

Lurps: A Ranger's Diary of TET, Khe Sanh, a Shau, and Quang Tri

by Robert C. Ankony

Lurps is the revised edition of the memoir of a juvenile delinquent who drops out of ninth grade to chase his dream of military service. After volunteering for Vietnam, he joins the elite U.S. Army LRRP / Rangers-small,...

Encyclopedia of Local History

by Carol Kammen & Amy H. Wilson

The Encyclopedia of Local History addresses nearly every aspect of local history, including everyday issues, theoretical approaches, and trends in the field. The second edition highlights local history practice...

The Abyss: World War I and the End of the First Age of Globalization--A Selection from TheWar of the World (Penguin Tracks)

by Niall Ferguson

Excerpted from Niall Ferguson’s sprawling bestseller The War of the World, The Abyss now stands on its own as one of the most thrilling short histories of World War I ever written. This is not a conventional...

A History of Zionism: From the French Revolution to the Establishment of the State of Israel

by Walter Laqueur

From one of the most distinguished historians of our time comes the definitive general history of the Zionist movement.

A Tangled Web

by William P. Bundy

An authoritative historical assessment of american foreign policy in a crucial postwar decade.

William Bundy's magisterial book focuses on the controversial record of Richard Nixon's and Henry Kissinger's often...

Troubled Journey

by Frederick F. Siegel

Hill and Wang first published Troubled Journey: From Pearl Harbor to Ronald Reagan in 1984.

Biko - Cry Freedom

by Donald Woods

Subjected to 22 hours of interrogation, torture and beating by South African police on September 6, 1977, Steve Biko died six days later. Donald Woods, Biko's close friend and a leading white South African newspaper...

Samurai William

by Giles Milton

An eye-opening account of the first encounter between England and Japan, by the acclaimed author of Nathaniel's Nutmeg

In 1611, the merchants of London's East India Company received a mysterious letter from Japan,...

The Two O'Clock War

by Walter J. Boyne & Fred Smith

It's usually called the Yom Kippur War. Or sometimes the October War. The players that surround it are familiar: Sadat and Mubarak, Meir and Sharon, Nixon and Kissinger, Brezhnev and Dobyrnin. It was a war that...

Down in Bristol Bay

by Bob Durr

Dr. Robert Allen Durr - literary scholar, award-winning author, former confidant to legendary writer H. L. Mencken, and one-time rising star in the East Coast academic world - decided one day to give it all...

Dining with al-Qaeda

by Hugh Pope

Following in the footsteps of Sir Richard Burton and Lawrence of Arabia, Hugh Pope presents his modern-day explorations, mined from more than three decades, of the politics, religion, and aspirations of Muslim...

Terror in Black September

by David Raab

On Sunday, September 6, 1970, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) hijacked four airliners bound from Europe for New York.  One, a brand new Pan Am 747, was taken to Cairo and blown up only...

Gilded Youth

by Kate Cambor

They were the children of France’s most celebrated men of nineteenth-century letters and science, the celebrity heirs and heiresses of their day. Their lives were the subject of scandal, gossip, and fascination....

Ark of the Liberties

by Ted Widmer

The United States stands at a historic crossroads; essential to the world yet unappreciated.  America’s decline in popularity over the last eight years has been nothing short of astonishing.  With wit, brilliance,...

Rwanda Means the Universe

by Louise Mushikiwabo & Jack Kramer

Mushikiwabo is a Rwandan working as a translator in Washington when she learns that most of her family back home has been killed in a conspiracy meticulously planned by the state. First comes shock, then aftershock,...

Letter to a New President

by Robert C. Byrd, Sen., Steve Kettmann & Robert C. Byrd

A legendary Senator advises our next President on the commonsense values necessary to lead our nation

United States Senator Robert C. Byrd is the longest-serving member of the United States Senate in the history...