51 - 60 of
A monumental work of popular history, making the case that the Beeb is as much of a National Treasure as the NHS.
Read more »
Format: Hard Cover
The first ever travel guide to the Roman Empire.
A fascinating and entertaining historical investigation into what makes Ireland so different from its neighbours and why that led to independence.
The untold history of women's exercise culture, from jogging and Jazzercise to Jane Fonda.
Rising star Simon Hall captures the spirit of the 1960s in ten days that revolutionised the Cold War: Fidel Castro's visit to New York.
Three hundred action-packed years of Roman history, encompassing the fall of Rome and the rise of a new empire in the East.
A. E. Rooks
A groundbreaking history of the Black Joke, the most famous member of the British Royal Navy's anti-slavery squadron, and the long fight to end the transatlantic slave trade.
David Dufty goes back to the records to uncover the real story of the police officers who pursued the Kelly Gang. This pacey account of the capture of the Kelly Gang reads like a detective story.
MEMORIAL, translated by Georgia Thomson
An extraordinary assemblage of moving and revelatory documents and testimony from the Nazi forced labour camps.
The long awaited second volume in Stuart Macintyre's definitive history of the Communist Party of Australia.