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The Social Organization of Exile: Greek Political Detainees in the 1930s

by Margaret E. Kenna

Illustrated with prints from a unique archive of glass and celluloid negatives from the Aegean island of Anafi, this book deals with the life of people who were sent into internal exile under the Metaxas dictatorship...

The Legacy of the Cold War: Perspectives on Security, Cooperation, and Conflict

by Zhu Liqun, Vojtech Mastny & Mark Kramer

In The Legacy of the Cold War Vojtech Mastny and Zhu Liqun bring together scholars to examine the worldwide effects of the Cold War on international security. Focusing on regions where the Cold War made the...

The Marquis d'Argens: A Philosophical Life

by Julia Gasper

In The Marquis d’Argens: A Philosophical Life Julia Gasper analyzes the life and works of an influential Enlightenment writer and philosopher. Through meticulous research, Gasper provides the only comprehensive...

The Japanese Army Handbook 1939-1945

by George Forty

An insight into the most feared army of World War II. The Japanese Imperial Army grew from 1.5 million men in 1939 to 5.5 million men by the end of the war. The author describes how they mobilized and trained...

Farewell to the Horses: Dairy of a British Tommy: 1915-1919

by Robert Elverstone

Cady Hoyte, like many other young lads of his generation, proudly joined the army in 1915 to fight for his King and Country. From the Warwickshire town of Nuneaton, he joined the Warwickshire Yeomanry as a gunner...

Yours Ever: A Worcestershire Soldier's Journey to Gallipoli

by Ann Crowther & Al Murray

Yours Ever, Charlie' is the fascinating account of Charles Crowther, one of many British men who volunteered to fight for king and country in the First World War. When Charles was volunteered he was almost forty-three...

King George II and Queen Caroline

by John Van der Kiste

This biography of the last king to lead British troops into battle and his able wife provides intriquing insight into 18th century war and politics. Often derided as the buffoon who "hated all boets and bainters",...

Three Empires on the Nile: The Victorian Jihad, 1869-1899

by Dominic Green

A secular regime is toppled by Western intervention, but an Islamic backlash turns the liberators into occupiers. Caught between interventionists at home and fundamentalists abroad, a prime minister flounders...

By Loyalty Bound: The Story of the Mistress of King Richard III

by Elizabeth Ashworth

With the scant remains of Richard III lifted recently from such humble soil, Elizabeth Ashworth presents us here with the results of her own excavation. Perhaps no other ruler has engendered such a spirit of...

Terrible Fate: Ethnic Cleansing in the Making of Modern Europe

by Benjamin Lieberman

The first comprehensive history of ethnic cleansing in the making of modern Europe, a process that involved the murder and forced migration of tens of millions of people. "An excellent study, vitally necessary...

Transcultural Encounters Between Germany and India: Kindred Spirits in the 19th and 20th Centuries

by Joanne Miyang Cho, Eric Kurlander & Douglas T McGetchin

Providing a comprehensive survey of cutting edge scholarship in the field of German--Indian and South Asian Studies, the book looks at the history of German--Indian relations in the spheres of culture, politics,...

Orphans of The Empire: The Shocking Story of Child Migration to Australia

by Alan Gill

This is a book about the white stolen children - a lost tribe - who were sent to Australia with dreams of a better life, but who, in reality, often suffered great cruelty and abuse. 'This book draws back the...

The Reproductive Unconscious in Late Medieval and Early Modern England

by Jennifer Wynne Hellwarth

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Class Theory and History: Capitalism and Communism in the USSR

by Stephen A. Resnick & Richard D. Wolff

First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Ypres: The First Battle 1914

by Ian Beckett

The battle for Ypres in October and November 1914 represented the last opportunity for open, mobile warfare on the Western Front. In the first study of First Ypres for almost 40 years, Ian Beckett draws on a...

Whores and Highwaymen: Crime and Justice in the Eighteenth-Century Metropolis

by Gregory J. Dunston

The 'whores' and 'highwaymen' of Gregory Durston's title are just some of the dubious characters met within this absorbing work, including thief-takers, trading justices, an upstart legal profession whose lower...

A Convent Tale: A Century of Sisterhood in Spanish Milan

by P. Renee Baernstein

Power often operates in strange and surprising ways. With A Convent Tale, Renee Baernstein uncovers some of the nuanced methods cloistered women devised to exert their agency. In the tradition of Simon Schama...

Grant and Temperley's Europe in the Nineteenth Century 1789-1905

by Arthur James Grant, H. W. V Temperley & Agatha Ramm

This seventh edition of 'Grant and Temperley' has been comprehensively revised and rewritten by the distinguished historian Agatha Ramm. Its coverage has been greatly extended , and it now appears in two volume....

The Colour of Injustice: The Mysterious Murder of the Daughter of a High Court Judge

by John Hostettler

Based on actual (sometimes exclusive) materials, The Colour of Injustice raises questions about politics and the judiciary in post Second World War Northern Ireland. Describing parallel worlds of power and influence,...

England and Europe 1485-1603

by Susan Doran

This Seminar Study introduces students to England's foreign policy during the reigns of the Tudor monarchs. In this succinct introduction the author addresses the key questions facing students - for example,...