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- The History Press 2014; US$ 4.36
As a schoolboy, Charles Dickens took a copy of The Terrific Register every week, and he later recalled how it 'frightened my very wits out of my head, for the small charge of a penny weekly.' This selection contains all the finest ghost stories from this 185-year-old publication. With countless reports of apparitions and premonitions of all kinds,... more...
- The History Press 2014; US$ 11.99
On 26 December 1900, the vessel Hesperus arrived at Eilean Mor in the remote Outer Hebrides with relief lighthouse men and fresh provisions. Staffed by three keepers, the lighthouse had been in operation for a year, but it had been noted that no light had been seen from Eilean Mor for ten days. Upon arrival, the superintendent, Robert Muirhead, found... more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 21.99
With over 60,000 combatants, the Battle of the Boyne, which took place on 1 July 1690 was the largest battle ever fought on Irish soil, and has long been regarded as the pivotal event of the Williamite War. But despite the Boyne's celebrated place in Irish protestant folklore, the critical engagement of the campaign was to take place the following... more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 11.99
From the early settlers after the last Ice Age, and the myth and ritual that surrounds that prehistoric period, Fiona Watson charts the evolution of the Scottish people - as Scots, Picts and Angles - and their interaction with the world abroad, from invasions by the Romans and Vikings and teh medieval wars of independence with England right through... more...
- The History Press 2015; US$ 11.99
The essential and only comprehensive guide to the blue plaques of London. Updated edition with over 65 new entries (over 900 in total). Fully mapped so it can be used to explore the blue plaques of London. Presented alphabetically and indexed by area and by profession. Connecting people with places, London's distinctive Blue Plaque scheme highlights... more...
- The History Press 2015; US$ 13.11
London, 1849. When a boy is found drowned in the River Thames at Hungerford Stairs, novelist Charles Dickens and Superintendent Jones of Bow Street are mystified to discover that the child is not the missing youngster for whom they have been searching. But when two more boys are brutally murdered, the trail leads them on a hunt for a serial killer... more...
- The History Press 2015; US$ 29.17
Whether living in an urban sprawl, a sunny suburb or rolling countryside, the taxi is a mode of transport that no doubt every resident of the UK will use in their lives. So prevalent is it in British society that the black cab has become one of the most iconic symbols of the country and its capital. Here Danny Roth presents a comprehensive history... more...
- The History Press 2015; US$ 29.17
The Trio tells the story of three war correspondents, two Englishmen and an Australian, all in their thirties, whose friendship was forged during the Second World War. They became so close that their colleagues dubbed them 'The Trio', sometimes out of disgruntled rivalry. Alan Moorehead, Alexander Clifford and Christopher Buckley worked for the Express,... more...
- The History Press 2015; US$ 21.86
This is the story of how a change in how iron was made in the 18th century changed the world forever, and of the men and women who made it happen. The production of iron around 700BC was so important that it was called the Iron Age. This was the second Iron Age. Iron made the machines of the industrial revolution; it transformed transport with iron... more...