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Rescued from the ashes by Leokadia Schmidt

Rescued from the ashes

Leokadia Schmidt

eBook

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James Patterson by Joan G. Kotker

James Patterson

Joan G. Kotker

eBook

Since the publication and cinematic success of 1992's Along Came a Spider, James Patterson seems to have taken up permanent residence on the bestseller lists. In the ensuing decade, his hit detective novels, with memorable nursery rhyme titles like Cat...

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Battle cry of freedom by James M. McPherson

Battle cry of freedom

James M. McPherson

eBook

"Now featuring a new Afterword by the author, this handy paperback edition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Battle Cry of Freedom is without question the definitive one-volume history of the Civil War.James McPherson's fast-paced narrative fully integrates...

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Washington's revolution by Robert Middlekauff

Washington's revolution

Robert Middlekauff

eBook

Presents a portrait of the formative years that shaped the first American President and offers detailed psychological insights into his beliefs, passions and patriotism.

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Washington's circle by David Stephen Heidler

Washington's circle

David Stephen Heidler

eBook

A group portrait of America's first President and the men who served with him to create the office shares insights into their personalities and the consequences of Washington's decision to heed or disregard specific advice.

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Warriors don't cry by Melba Beals

Warriors don't cry

Melba Beals

eBook

In 1957 Melba Pattillo turned sixteen. That was also the year she became a warrior on the front lines of a civil rights firestorm. Following the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling, Brown v. Board Education, she was one of nine teenagers chosen to int...

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Visiting Rwanda by Dervla Murphy

Visiting Rwanda

Dervla Murphy

eBook

Between April and July 1994, the tiny Central African state of Rwanda experienced unprecedented carnage as more than three-quarters of a million people, mostly minority Tutsi, were killed in a carefully planned genocide. In January 1997 Dervla Murphy...

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Weed by James author. Borrowdale

Weed

James author. Borrowdale

eBook

"In 'Weed,' journalist James Borrowdale dives in deep to understand why, meeting a fascinating cross-section of New Zealand along the way, a nineteenth-century nun who allegedly grew pot, a bystander to the Mr. Asia syndicate, a convicted heroin dealer...

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The indifferent stars above by Daniel James Brown

The indifferent stars above

Daniel James Brown

eBook

A chronicle of the mid-nineteenth-century wagon train tragedy draws on the perspectives of one of its survivors, Sarah Graves, recounting how her new husband and she joined the Donner party on their California-bound journey and encountered violent perils,...

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History buff's guide to the Presidents by Thomas R. Flagel

History buff's guide to the Presidents

Thomas R. Flagel

eBook

Did you know that Warren G. Harding played poker in the White House at least once a week? Or that Richard Nixon was a Quaker? The history buff's guide to the Presidents takes a peek behind the scenes, revealing everything you ever wanted to know about...

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The Zanzibar chest by Aidan Hartley

The Zanzibar chest

Aidan Hartley

eBook

Recounts the author's childhood in Africa, his experiences as a reporter, and his family's history as colonists in British settlements, examining the legacy colonialism left on their lives and on the lives of those they encountered.

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The ultimate Harry Potter and philosophy

The ultimate Harry Potter and philosophy

eBook

"The Ultimate Harry Potter: Hogwarts for Muggles, is a fresh and distinctive report on the great ideas in the series. All the authors of these chapters have had the advantage of thinking through their chosen issues, and writing up their conclusions after...

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The first tycoon by T. J Stiles

The first tycoon

T. J Stiles

eBook

A gripping, groundbreaking biography of the combative man whose genius and force of will created modern capitalism. We see Vanderbilt help to launch the transportation revolution, propel the Gold Rush, reshape Manhattan, and invent the modern corpora...

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The complete naturalist by Nick Baker

The complete naturalist

Nick Baker

eBook

"Nick Baker's fascination with the natural world began at an early age, inspired by Gerald and Lee Durrell's classic book The Amateur Naturalist. His The Complete Naturalist is an up-to-date, practical introduction to observing, understanding, and...

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Love game by Elizabeth Wilson

Love game

Elizabeth Wilson

eBook

Tennis is defined by its head games, its demands for physical prowess, and its plethora of outsized personalities. It mixes chess and dance, intellectual geometry and aesthetic joy. People who love tennis love it like few others love other sports. Some...

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The Bronski house by Philip Marsden

The Bronski house

Philip Marsden

eBook

In the summer of 1992, accompanied by Philip Marsden, the exiled poet Zofia Hinska stepped into the Belorussian village where she had spent her childhood. The Bronski House is in part the remarkable story of what she found. It is also the story of her...

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Moth and wasp, soil and ocean by Sigrid Schmalzer

Moth and wasp, soil and ocean

Sigrid Schmalzer

eBook

Moth and Wasp, Soil and Ocean tells its story through the memories of a farm boy who, inspired by Pu Zhelong, became a scientist himself.

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Marxism by Rupert. author. Woodfin

Marxism

Rupert. author. Woodfin

eBook

"Beautiful new edition of a classic comic-book introduction to Marxist thought. Karl Marx was one of the most influential thinkers of the late 19th century, inspiring revolutions and colossal political upheavals that have radically transformed the lives...

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Growing pains by Gwynne Dyer

Growing pains

Gwynne Dyer

eBook

"We are now living in a world where Brexit and Trump are daily realities. But how did this come about? And what does it mean for the future? Populism and ultra-nationalism brought about the rise of Hitler and Mussolini in the 1930s. Now, as Trump sits...

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Action Park by Andy Mulvihill

Action Park

Andy Mulvihill

eBook

"The outlandish, hilarious, terrifying, and almost impossible-to-believe story of the legendary, dangerous amusement park where millions were entertained and almost as many bruises were sustained, told through the eyes of the founder's son Often call...

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Blind descent by James M. Tabor

Blind descent

James M. Tabor

eBook

"The deepest cave on earth was a prize that had remained unclaimed for centuries, long after every other ultimate discovery had been made. This is the story of the men and women who risked everything to find it, earning their place in history beside the...

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Speaking for myself by Sarah Huckabee. Sanders

Speaking for myself

Sarah Huckabee. Sanders

eBook

A candid, riveting account of the Trump White House, on the front lines and behind the scenes. Sarah Huckabee Sanders served as White House Press Secretary for President Donald J. Trump from 2017 to 2019. A trusted confidante of the President, Sanders...

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Mussolini's War : Fascist Italy from Triumph to Collapse, 1935-1943 by John Gooch

Mussolini's War : Fascist Italy from Triumph to Collapse, 1935-1943

John Gooch

eBook

It is hard to imagine a finer account, both of the sweep of Italy's wars, and of the characters caught up in them' Caroline Moorhead, The Guardian0From an acclaimed military historian, the definitive account of Italy's experience of the Second World ...

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The billionaire's vinegar by Benjamin Wallace

The billionaire's vinegar

Benjamin Wallace

eBook

It was the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold. In 1985, a 1787 bottle of Château Lafite Bordeaux--one of a cache unearthed in a bricked-up Paris cellar and supposedly owned by Thomas Jefferson--sold at auction for $156,000. The discoverer of the...

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The Battle for Britain by Anthony J Cumming

The Battle for Britain

Anthony J Cumming

eBook

"The Battle for Britain is a provocative reinterpretation of both British air and naval power from 1909 to 1940. Anthony Cumming challenges the view that the Battle of Britain was a decisive victory won solely by the Royal Air Force through independe...

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A naturalist at large by Bernd Heinrich

A naturalist at large

Bernd Heinrich

eBook

"From the acclaimed scientist and writer, essays collected for the first time in book form, on ravens and other birds, insects, trees, elephants, and more: once again 'passionate observations [that] superbly mix memoir and science.'(New York Times)"-...

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The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict by James Belich

The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict

James Belich

Book

The New Zealand Wars is a powerful revisionist history. Revealing the enormous tactical and military skill of Maori, and the inability of the 'Victorian interpretation of racial conflict' to acknowledge those qualities, this account of the New Zealand...

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Korea by Michael Pembroke

Korea

Michael Pembroke

eBook

The Korean peninsula has had a troubled history but nothing quite compares with the tragedy of its American-inspired division in the 20th century; the war that inexorably followed; or the permanent conflict that has ensued. Michael Pembroke's timely book...

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Dancing with the King by Michael Belgrave

Dancing with the King

Michael Belgrave

eBook

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The strange case of "The Angels of Mons" by Richard Bleiler

The strange case of "The Angels of Mons"

Richard Bleiler

eBook

"World War I began disastrously for the English when the Germans routed them at Mons, Belgium, on August 23 and 24, 1914. This history of The Angels of Mons controversy for the first time collects and annotates Arthur Machen's work and responses it i...

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Terra Australis by Matthew Flinders

Terra Australis

Matthew Flinders

eBook

First published in two-volumes in 1814, this is the enthralling account of the circumnavigation of Australia, by the man who gave our country its name. Edited and introduced by Tim Flannery, Terra Australis is a vital step toward a new understanding of...

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Scottish story trails by William (William T.) Steven

Scottish story trails

William (William T.) Steven

eBook

Scotland's landscape was, and is, unquestionably distinct, as are the renowned writers it has produced. Tobias Smollett was the first Scottish writer to rhapsodise about the beauties of his native land in The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, when his n...

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Franci's war by Franci Epstein

Franci's war

Franci Epstein

eBook

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Hazelwood by Tom Doig

Hazelwood

Tom Doig

eBook

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Reflections of gold  by Peter Bidwell

Reflections of gold

Peter Bidwell

Book

A beautifully illustrated look at New Zealand rowing. the first comprehensive historical look at New Zealand rowing, this beautiful book will be a significant record of one of our most popular and successful Olympic sports. From the unprecedented success...

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The lost history of Christianity by Philip Jenkins

The lost history of Christianity

Philip Jenkins

eBook

A lost history revealing that, for centuries, Christianity's center was actually in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, with significant communities extending as far as China.

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100 houses 100 years

100 houses 100 years

eBook

An insight into Britain's built heritage and the diverse housing styles of the twentieth and twenty-first century. This book showcases 100 houses - one from each year from 1914 - that represent the range of architectural styles throughout the years and...

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The Royal Navy and the Battle Of Britain by Anthony J. Cumming

The Royal Navy and the Battle Of Britain

Anthony J. Cumming

eBook

This persuasive study attacks the key myths surrounding the Battle of Britain to revise the relative status of maritime and aviation factors in the defense of Britain. Without denigrating the heroism of the fighter pilots, Anthony Cumming challenges ...

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The real lives of Roman Britain by Guy De la Bédoyère

The real lives of Roman Britain

Guy De la Bédoyère

eBook

"The Britain of the Roman Occupation is, in a way, an age that is dark to us. While the main events from 55 BC to AD 410 are little disputed, and the archaeological remains of villas, forts, walls, and cities explain a great deal, we lack a clear sense...

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Catching cold by Pete Davies

Catching cold

Pete Davies

eBook

This text presents the story of the 1918 flu pandemic and discusses current scientific efforts to isolate the particular strain that was so virulent, in order to prevent the same tragedy from striking again.

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Masters of the air by Donald L. Miller

Masters of the air

Donald L. Miller

eBook

Masters of the Air is the definitive history of the Eighth Air Force in World War II. Historian and World War II expert Donald Miller tells the story of the bomber boys who brought the war to Hitler's doorstep. An elite group of warriors who, unlike ...

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River of time by Jon. author. Swain

River of time

Jon. author. Swain

eBook

Between 1970 and 1975 Jon Swain, the English journalist portrayed in David Puttnam's film, The Killing Fields, lived in the lands of the Mekong river. This is his account of those years, and the way in which the tumultuous events affected his perceptions...

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Revolutionary summer by Joseph J Ellis

Revolutionary summer

Joseph J Ellis

eBook

Pulitzer-winning American historian Joseph Ellis tells an old story in a new way, with a freshness at once colorful and compelling. The summer months of 1776 witnessed the most consequential events in the story of our country's founding. While the th...

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The Sinking of HMAS Sydney by David L. Mearns

The Sinking of HMAS Sydney

David L. Mearns

eBook

The gripping account of how Australia's greatest warship was lost and found. 'We just found Sydney. We've got it. It's absolutely crystalclear. She's sitting upright in a small debris field. There's no doubt aboutit.'For sixty-six years it was Austra...

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On the burning edge by Kyle. author. Dickman

On the burning edge

Kyle. author. Dickman

eBook

On June 28, 2013, a single bolt of lightning sparked an inferno that devoured more than eight thousand acres in northern Arizona. Twenty elite firefighters--the Granite Mountain Hotshots--walked together into the blaze, tools in their hands and fire ...

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The father and his gift by R. C. J. Stone

The father and his gift

R. C. J. Stone

eBook

Few New Zealand biographies are so rich in social and personal detail. Written with the vivid touches of a novelist, The Father and his Gift completes the story of Sir John Logan Campbell, venerated in old age as the Father of Auckland, and presents ...

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New Zealand and the Vietnam War by Roberto Giorgio Rabel

New Zealand and the Vietnam War

Roberto Giorgio Rabel

eBook

New Zealand and the Vietnam War was published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of New Zealand combat troops leaving for Vietnam. The Vietnam War provoked a major crisis in New Zealand attitudes to foreign policy, breaking for the first time the ...

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We were the future by Yael Neeman

We were the future

Yael Neeman

eBook

The kibbutz is one of the greatest stories in Israeli history. These collective settlements have been written about extensively over the years: The kibbutz has been the subject of many sociological studies, and has been praised as the only example in...

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A history of Ireland in 100 objects by Fintan O'Toole

A history of Ireland in 100 objects

Fintan O'Toole

eBook

Fintan O'Toole, literary editor of the Irish Times, has chosen 100 objects to narrate a history of the island of Ireland.

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Eat the Buddha by Barbara Demick

Eat the Buddha

Barbara Demick

eBook

A gripping portrait of contemporary Tibet, from the bestselling author of Nothing to Envy. In the 1930s Mao's Red Army fled to the Tibetan plateau to escape their adversaries in the Chinese Civil War. By the time the soldiers reached remote Ngaba, they...

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Undeniable by Bill Nye

Undeniable

Bill Nye

eBook

"Evolution is one of the most powerful and important ideas ever developed in the history of science. Every question it raises leads to new answers, new discoveries, and new smarter questions. The science of evolution is as expansive as nature itself....

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The teacher wars by Dana Goldstein

The teacher wars

Dana Goldstein

eBook

"A brilliant young scholar's history of 175 years of teaching in America shows that teachers have always borne the brunt of shifting, often impossible expectations. In other nations, public schools are one thread in a quilt that includes free universal...

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Rise of ISIS  by Jay Sekulow

Rise of ISIS

Jay Sekulow

eBook

The world's wealthiest and most powerful jihadists, ISIS originated within Al Qaeda with the goal of creating an Islamic state across Iraq and Syria and unrelenting jihad on Christians. This book gives a better understanding of the modern face of terror,...

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Killing Patton by Bill O'Reilly

Killing Patton

Bill O'Reilly

eBook

Killing Patton takes readers inside the final year of the war and recounts the events surrounding Patton's tragic demise, naming names of the many powerful individuals who wanted him silenced.

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In the president's secret service by Ronald Kessler

In the president's secret service

Ronald Kessler

eBook

Because Secret Service agents are sworn to secrecy, the American public rarely knows what presidents, vice presidents, presidential candidates, and Cabinet officers and their families are really like. If they did, says a former Secret Service agent, ...

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Midnight in the garden of good and evil by John Berendt

Midnight in the garden of good and evil

John Berendt

eBook

In charming, beautiful, and wealthy old-South Savannah, Georgia, the local bad boy is shot dead inside of the opulent mansion of a gay antiques dealer, and a gripping trial follows.

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Genghis Khan and the making of the modern world by J. McIver Weatherford

Genghis Khan and the making of the modern world

J. McIver Weatherford

eBook

A re-evaluation of Genghis Khan's rise to power examines the reforms the conqueror instituted throughout his empire and his uniting of East and West, which set the foundation for the nation-states and economic systems of the modern era.

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War and gold by Kwasi Kwarteng

War and gold

Kwasi Kwarteng

eBook

In the sixteenth century, Spanish conquistadors discovered the New World. The vast quantities of gold and silver would make their country rich, yet the new wealth, which was plunged into multiple wars, would eventually lead to the economic ruin of th...

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Ngā waka o neherā by Jeff Evans

Ngā waka o neherā

Jeff Evans

eBook

This is the essential reference work to the traditions of Maori canoes that voyaged to New Zealand, including lists of waka, names of crew members and vessels, karakia (prayer) and waiata (songs), and maps. A must for nautical enthusiasts, lovers of ...

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Voyages from the past by Simon Wills

Voyages from the past

Simon Wills

eBook

A social history of sea travel from the passengers' perspective, encompassing all walks of life and vessels departing from a variety of UK ports. Simon Wills tells the stories of ordinary people who travelled by sea between 1600 and 1940, from early ...

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The villa at the edge of the Empire by Fiona Farrell

The villa at the edge of the Empire

Fiona Farrell

eBook

Where are we? How did we get here? Where do we go now? A provocative and insightful exploration of rebuilding our homes, communities and cities after their devastation. From nineteenth-century attempts to create Utopias to America's rustbelt, from Da...

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Sapiens

Sapiens

eBook

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari: Your Quick and Simple Summary and Analysis Inside this SpeedReader Summary, you will find: An introduction to the main concepts of Sapiens by Yuval Noah HarariTime-saving chapter summariesAnalysis and CommentaryA guide t...

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Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick

Mayflower

Nathaniel Philbrick

eBook

Nathaniel Philbrick, bestselling author of 'In the Heart of the Sea', reveals the darker side of the Pilgrim fathers' settlement in the New World, which ultimately erupted in bloody battle some fifty years after they first landed on American soil. Behind...

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Why should the Devil have all the good music? by Gregory Alan Thornbury

Why should the Devil have all the good music?

Gregory Alan Thornbury

eBook

The riveting, untold story of the "Father of Christian Rock" and the conflicts that launched a billion-dollar industry at the dawn of America's culture wars. In 1969, in Capitol Records' Hollywood studio, a blonde-haired troubadour named Larry Norman...

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Sissinghurst by Adam Nicolson

Sissinghurst

Adam Nicolson

eBook

The grandson of Virginia Woolf's poet paramour Vita Sackville-West traces his passionate efforts to restore his family's celebrated garden, an effort that included a reinstatement of a working farm to grow food for more than 200,000 annual visitors.

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Setting France ablaze  by Peter Jacobs

Setting France ablaze

Peter Jacobs

eBook

"During the summer of 1940, as Britain was fighting alone for its survival, the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, instructed the newly formed and clandestine Special Operations Executive to set Europe ablaze. From that moment on the S.O.E. took...

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A realm divided by Dan Jones

A realm divided

Dan Jones

eBook

1215 - the penultimate year of the reign of a king with the worst reputation of any in our history - saw England engulfed by crisis. Weakened by the loss of Normandy, King John faced insurrection by his disgruntled barons. With the assistance of the ...

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Enemy of all mankind by Steven Johnson

Enemy of all mankind

Steven Johnson

eBook

"How did a single manhunt spark the modern era of multinational capitalism? Henry Avery was the seventeenth century's most notorious pirate. The press published wildly popular--and wildly inaccurate--reports of his nefarious adventures. The British g...

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Lights out by Thomas Gryta

Lights out

Thomas Gryta

eBook

"How could General Electric-perhaps America's most iconic corporation-suffer such a swift and sudden fall from grace?"--

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Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela

eBook

Nelson Mandela won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993, yet he once advocated the violent overthrow of South Africa's government and helped create a guerrilla army to fight apartheid. A child of privilege born into a royal family, he chose a life in the slums...

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Pacific by Simon Winchester

Pacific

Simon Winchester

eBook

Travelling the circumference of the truly gigantic Pacific, Simon Winchester tells the story of the world's largest body of water, and - in matters economic, political and military - the ocean of the future. The Pacific is a world of tsunamis and Magellan,...

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Modern American snipers by Chris Martin

Modern American snipers

Chris Martin

eBook

Most people think of snipers as shooters perched in urban hides, dealing out death unseen from a considerable distance. But this description barely scratches the surface. Special operations snipers are men with stacked skill sets who have the ability...

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No left turn by Chris Trotter

No left turn

Chris Trotter

eBook

A bold and passionate re-examination of New Zealand political history by a leading social commentator. The way some histories tell it, Europeans came to New Zealand keen to establish a Little Britain in the South Seas. Not so, says Chris Trotter. Most...

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Greatest moments of the TT races by Liam McCann

Greatest moments of the TT races

Liam McCann

eBook

"There is nothing on Earth quite like the Isle of Man TT Races. No other motorcycle race is held on such a challenging track as the 37-mile plus Mountain Course with its seemingly never-ending series of bends, bumps, jumps, stone walls, manhole covers...

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Fallout by Lesley M. M. Blume

Fallout

Lesley M. M. Blume

eBook

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Monash by Grantlee Kieza

Monash

Grantlee Kieza

Book

The amazing life story of the general who shaped Australia; the first major biography of Monash in over a decade. John Monash's life is emblematic of Australia's much-heralded egalitarian spirit - here is the ultimate outsider: poor, Jewish in an era...

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Malevolent muse by Oliver Hilmes

Malevolent muse

Oliver Hilmes

eBook

"The legendary life of the muse of geniuses, Alma Mahler-Gropius-Werfel"--

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Making photography matter by Cara A. author. Finnegan

Making photography matter

Cara A. author. Finnegan

eBook

Photography became a dominant medium in cultural life starting in the late nineteenth century. As it happened, viewers increasingly used their reactions to photographs to comment on and debate public issues as vital as war, national identity, and cit...

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Long shadows by Erna Paris

Long shadows

Erna Paris

eBook

One of the most urgent issues facing the world today is how countries shape historical memory in the aftermath of calamity, making decisions that cast long shadows into the future. Combining gripping storytelling with sharp observation, Erna Paris takes...

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Like them that dream by Bronwyn Elsmore

Like them that dream

Bronwyn Elsmore

eBook

Describes the immense impact on Maori society of the arrival in New Zealand of the European missionaries & the early interaction between them which led to the many distinctive responses by Maori to Christianity. In particular, it explains how they learned...

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Johnny Enzed by Glyn Harper

Johnny Enzed

Glyn Harper

eBook

"The New Zealand soldiers who left these shores to fight in the First World War represented one of the greatest collective endeavours in the nation's history. Over 100,000 men and women would embark for overseas service and almost 60,000 of them beca...

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Barossa food by Angela Heuzenroeder

Barossa food

Angela Heuzenroeder

eBook

Following the seasons, this book reveals the evolution of the Barossa Valley's distinctive German-Australian cuisine. A marvelous intertwining of food & history writing.

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In the face of the enemy by Glyn Harper

In the face of the enemy

Glyn Harper

eBook

The highest Commonwealth military decoration for gallantry is the Victoria Cross, and this book examines the history of the award, telling the stories of those New Zealanders (or those with strong New Zealand associations) who have won it. This includes...

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Laughter in ancient Rome by Mary Beard

Laughter in ancient Rome

Mary Beard

eBook

"What made the Romans laugh? Was ancient Rome a carnival, filled with practical jokes and hearty chuckles? Or was it a carefully regulated culture in which the uncontrollable excess of laughter was a force to fear-a world of wit, irony, and knowing smiles?...

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Cuando haces bop ya no hay stop by Bob 1971- Pop

Cuando haces bop ya no hay stop

Bob 1971- Pop

eBook

Este libro no es serio, aunque a veces se ponga. Este libro no tiene pretensiones, aunque ya me gustaría. Este libro, Cuando haces Bop ya no hay stop, es SOLO una mirada personal a una historia del mundo narrada a través de estallidos de ira, más humana...

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Zero hour by Harry S. Dent

Zero hour

Harry S. Dent

eBook

"Will you be prepared to take advantage when the revolution comes or will you go down with the rest? Revolutions are cyclical. They run on a very specific timetable. You could be so much happier, healthier, and wealthier if you grasped the powerful cycles...

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Singing bones by Samuel Curkpatrick

Singing bones

Samuel Curkpatrick

eBook

This book documents cross-cultural collaboration between manikay singers from south-east Arnhem Land and the Australian Art Orchestra. The interwoven voices of the project are explored as an example of creative intercultural collaboration and a continuation...

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Valentino Ross by Michael Scott

Valentino Ross

Michael Scott

eBook

"From the day he was born into a racing family on February 16, 1979, Rossi was destined for racing greatness. Rossi started his international racing career in 1996, riding for Aprilia in the 125cc class, and won his first World Championship the following...

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Soul train by author Questlove

Soul train

author Questlove

eBook

An in-depth, fully-photo-illustrated chronicle of the longest-running syndicated program in television history: Soul Train.

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Louder than hell by Jon Wiederhorn

Louder than hell

Jon Wiederhorn

eBook

From Sabbath to Slipknot, Louder Than Hell is the definitive oral history of heavy metal, straight from the mouths of those who defined it. The book was crafted from more than four hundred interviews conducted over the past twenty-five years by music...

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John Varvatos by John Varvatos

John Varvatos

John Varvatos

eBook

"In John Varvatos, the legendary designer reveals his perspective on how rock & roll music and style have influenced his own designs and fashion worldwide. Varvatos's personally curated collection of more than 250 images are some of the most provocative...

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¡Guerra! by Jason Webster

¡Guerra!

Jason Webster

eBook

Jason Webster embarks on a journey across Spain in order to look at the Spanish Civil War and explore its lasting effects upon modern Spain. He raises the question, could the divisions that led to the Civil War still be simmering under the surface, and...

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The life. Harley-Davidson by Darwin Holmstrom

The life. Harley-Davidson

Darwin Holmstrom

eBook

"The Life Harley-Davidson explores all aspects of what it means to embrace Harley-Davidson - the motorcycles, the people, the pop culture, and the history"--

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Greek Pilgrimage by John Carroll

Greek Pilgrimage

John Carroll

eBook

This is a travel book in the grand sense. The horizons it explores are of land and sea, and of the mind. Greek Pilgrimage is a meditation on classical Greece, journeying through its great sites, monuments, and cultural works. On the way, it examines ...

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