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Format: Hard Cover
This sensational 1941 memoir of life on the frontline of wartime Europe by a trailblazing female war reporter is a dazzling rediscovered classic, introduced by Christina Lamb.
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A magnificent work of original research, unwinding history through cloth - how we make it, use it and what it means to us.
A major new history of the Cold War: exploring the conflict through the minds of the people who lived it.
366 quotations - one for every day of the (leap) year - each with a fascinating historical story
Two seminal works of interwar German Jewish thought that tackle a still-urgent issue - the rise and spread of antisemitism, and the necessity of an intellectual resistance
Massimo Montanari, translated by Gregory Conti
From legend to history - the myths surrounding the world's favourite dish, debunked.
A major new history of post-war Europe
A historical search and find book featuring some of the most famous battles and events of World War Two.
Heroic, hilarious and sometimes just plain weird . . . Jim Eames shares great Qantas stories from World War II to the age of the jumbo and beyond.
The story of the bombing of Darwin and the Japanese midget sub attack on Sydney Harbour in one volume from the bestselling author of An Awkward Truth and A Very Rude Awakening.