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Spitfire Aces of North Africa and Italy

by Andrew Thomas & Chris Davey

The Spitfire was the most iconic and famous British fighter of World War II and was first deployed to Egypt in the spring of 1942 as German success in North Africa reached its zenith. Although few in number,...


Israeli F-4 Phantom II Aces

by Shlomo Aloni & Jim Laurier

The American manufactured F-4 Phantom II was used by the Israelis in air-to-ground missions, as an attack aircraft, and air-to-air missions as a fighter. Despite performing both roles with equal success the...


Samurai 1550-1600

by Anthony Bryant & Angus Mcbride

This title details the culture, weapons, armour and training of the elite samurai warrior class in the fascinating Age of Battles period (1550-1600). This was a period of vital importance not only because of...


Mau-Mau Warrior

by Abiodun Alao & Christa Hook

The Mau-Mau uprising (1952-60) remains a controversial conflict, waged by warriors about whom many myths have been formed, but little truth has been written. Condemned by history as a brutal rag-tag force engaged...


US Army Long-Range Patrol Scout in Vietnam 1965-71

by Gordon Rottman & Adam Hook

Osprey's survey of the Long-Range Patrol Scouts of the US Army during the Vietnam War (1955-1975). The Vietnamese knew the Long-Range Patrol Scouts as "the men with green faces," a reference to the camouflage...


Quebec 1759: The battle that won Canada

by Stuart Reid & Gerry Embleton

Osprey's study of the decisive battle of the French and Indian War (1754-1763). ‘What a scene!’ wrote Horace Walpole. ‘An army in the night dragging itself up a precipice by stumps of trees to assault...


Armored Units of the Russian Civil War: Red Army

by David Bullock & Peter Sarson

By 1920 the Red Army fielded an overwhelming array of armored cars and armored trains, while tank detachments had begun forming in earnest. These armored units played an important part in consolidating the newly...


US Airborne Units in the Pacific Theater 1942-45

by Gordon Rottman

The US airborne units serving in the Pacific Theater during World War II are considered to be among the best-trained and effective forces in the war. Deployed in fewer numbers than was the case across Europe,...


Walther Model: The background, strategies, tactics and battlefield experiences of the greatest commanders of history

by Robert Forczyk & Adam Hook

This volume details the military career and accomplishments of Walther Model, the youngest Generalfeldmarschall in the Wehrmacht in World War II and Hitler's favorite commander. His role on the Eastern Front...


Debutantes and the London Season

by Lucinda Gosling

Until the middle of the last century, the dominant feature of London's social calendar was 'the Season', and central to this was the phenomenon of the debutante. As the privileged classes descended on the capital...


Susie Cooper

by Alan Marshall

During her 65-year career, Susie Cooper introduced more than 4,500 ceramic patterns and shapes, making her one of the most prolific, versatile and influential designers the industry has ever seen. Between the...


Scottish National Dress and Tartan

by Stuart Reid

Tartan is an enormously popular pattern in modern fashion and Scottish National Dress is recognised around the world. This book reveals the origin and development of tartans and Scottish national costume. Beginning...


Historical Dictionary of the Sudan

by Robert S. Kramer, Richard A. Lobban Jr. & Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban

This fourth edition of the Historical Dictionary of the Sudan covers the history of Sudan through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over...


Going to the Sources: A Guide to Historical Research and Writing

by Anthony Brundage

The updated fifth edition of Going to the Sources presents a practical guide to historical research and writing for all students of history.

  • Focuses on the basics of historians’ craft, introducing students...


Doomed to Repeat

by Bill Fawcett

An engrossing and fact-filled compendium of timeless lessons we keep forgetting—over and over and over . . .

It is said that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. And so we have. Time...


Women, Infanticide and the Press, 1822-1922: News Narratives in England and Australia

by Nicola Goc

Goc applies Critical Discourse Analysis to infanticide news in the period 1822-1922 to reveal both the broader patterns and the particular rhetorical strategies journalists in England and Australia used to report...


Dope Girls: The Birth Of The British Drug Underground

by Marek Kohn

A drug panic. Murder. Terrifying and mysterious black and Chinese immigrants. Dope Kings. Jazz. War. An actress dead of an overdose. Dope Girls is about the transformation of drug use into a national menace....


Peaches and Daddy

by Michael Greenburg

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


The A to Z of Iceland

by Gudmundur Halfdanarson

The A to Z of Iceland traces Iceland's history and provides a compass for the direction the country is heading. This is done through its chronology, introductory essays, appendixes, map, bibliography, and hundreds...


Across the Pond: An Englishman's View of Ameica

by Terry Eagleton

An irreverent trip through American culture by a critic who “cracks jokes as easily as one would crack walnut shells” (Washington Post). Americans have long been fascinated with the oddness of the British,...