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Hester Barron, Claire Langhamer
A newly rediscovered gem from the Mass Observation archive.
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Why Australia has gone to war nine times in a century, and how its political and defence force leaders have handled the greatest challenge a nation can face.
One man's personal discovery of his family's involvement in transatlantic slavery leads to his call for a wider reckoning among the descendants of slave owners.
What does it take to make a living from the land in modern Britain?
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
The extraordinary story of the women who took on the Islamic State and won.
A breathtakingly original history of the slave rebellion that almost changed the face of the Americas.
A richly detailed history of the Church of England from a top historian who is also an Anglican priest.
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The untold story of the hidden places across Britain that have slipped through the fingers of history.
Rachel Kennedy stood out on a wild frontier dominated by men . . . her extraordinary and unputdownable pioneering story is told for the first time
Wes Moore, with Erica L. Green
A kaleidoscopic account of five days in the life of a city on the edge, told through eight characters on the front lines of the uprising that overtook Baltimore and riveted the world.