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Apartheid: The History of Apartheid: Race vs. Reason - South Africa from 1948 - 1994

by Michael Morris

The one thing that looms largest in South Africa’s future is South Africa’s past – most especially the nearly five decades of division and conflict at the heart of one of the twentieth century’s most...


The Chihuahua

by Susan Payne

Third in the Kennel Club Books’ Classics series, The Chihuahua recognizes the ever-popular pequeño perrito in one spectacular volume. Written by author, breeder, and handler, Susan Payne, this book’s engaging...


The French Bulldog

by Muriel P. P. Lee

The first title in the exciting new Kennel Club Classics series is French Bulldog, an elaborate photographic celebration of one of the dog world's most beloved breeds. Written and compiled by Just Frenchies...


A Ditch in Time: The City, the West and Water

by Patricia Nelson Nelson Limerick & Jason Hanson

A study of water and its unique role and history in the West, as well as in the nation.


Historical Dictionary of Tibet

by John Powers & David Templeman

The Historical Dictionary of Tibet is the most comprehensive dictionary published to date on Tibetan history. It covers the history of Tibet from 27,000 BCE to the present through a chronology, an introductory...


Historical Dictionary of Colombia

by Harvey F. Kline

The Historical Dictionary of Colombia covers the history of Colombia through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and a bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1,000 cross-referenced entries...


The Ocean Hill-Brownsville Conflict: Intellectual Struggles Between Blacks and Jews at Mid-Century

by Glen Anthony Harris

The history of Black-Jewish relations from the beginning of the twentieth century shows that, while they were sometimes partners of convenience, there was also a deep suspicion of each other that broke out into...


Historical Dictionary of Democratic People's Republic of Korea

by James E. Hoare

The Historical Dictionary of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea provides a clear and easily understood history of the DPRK, also known as North Korea. It includes a detailed chronology, an introductory...


Marathon: The Battle That Changed Western Civilization

by Richard A. Billows

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


Political Change and the Rise of Labour in Comparative Perspective: Britain and Sweden 1890-1920

by Mary Hilson

A comparative analysis of social change, democratization, and the development of modern party politics in Britain and Sweden during the period 1880–1930, this book presents the similarities of political changes...


Neither Fish nor Fowl: Educational Broadcasting in Sweden 1930-2000

by Bengt Sandin & Maija Runcis

This look into the transformation of the Swedish welfare state in the 20th century through changes in the structure and content of Swedish educational broadcasting provides new insights into how media education...


War's Forgotten Women: British Widows of the Second World War

by Helen D D Millgate & Maureen Shaw

The Second World War widows were the 'forgotten women', largely ignored by the government and the majority of the population. The men who died in the service of their country were rightly honoured, but the widows...


Called to Arms: One Family's war, from the Battle of Britain to Burma

by Edward Lambah-Stoate

On a cold day in January 1944, as war raged across Europe, Betty Hussey and Jack Stoate were married. In so doing they brought together two families, whose members fought across the globe to defeat the Axis....


Shocking Bodies: Life, Death and Electricity in Victorian England

by Iwan Rhys Rhys Morus

For the Victorians, electricity was the science of spectacle and of wonder. It provided them with new ways of probing the nature of reality and understanding themselves. Luigi Galvani's discovery of 'animal...


Wheels Within Wheels: The Making of a Traveller

by Dervla Murphy

What is it that makes us who we are? In this beautifully written and searingly honest autobiography, the intrepid cyclist and traveller Dervla Murphy remembers her richly unconventional first thirty years. She...


Jammet's of Dublin

by Alison Maxwell

From 1901 to 1967 this Dublin restaurant – so famous in its day that letters simply addressed ‘Jammet’s, Europe’ reached their destination within a week – was the resort of actors, politicians, artists...


Island that Dared: Journeys in Cuba

by Dervla Murphy

Take a three-generation family holiday in Cuba in the company of Dervla Murphy, her daughter and three young granddaughters and you have a Swallows-and-Amazons-like adventure in the Caribbean as they trek into...


Song of Brooklyn: An Oral History of America's Favorite Borough

by Marc Eliot

The voices of Brooklyn:

“I’m a Brooklyn guy, it’s in my bones and it’s there in Brooklyn. There’s a certain rhythm you get growing up there. Every Brooklyn kid has it. Always on the right beat. The...


Washington's Spies: The Story of America's First Spy Ring

by Alexander Rose

Soon to be a series on AMC

Based on remarkable new research, acclaimed historian Alexander Rose brings to life the true story of the spy ring that helped America win the Revolutionary War. For the first time,...


The British Home Front 1939-45

by Martin Brayley & Malcolm Mcgregor

Osprey's study of the British home front during World War II (1939-1945). The population of Britain was mobilized to support the war effort on a scale unseen in any other Western democracy – or in Nazi Germany....