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  • A Leaf In The Bitter Windby Ting-Xing Ye

    Doubleday Canada 2012; US$ 19.95

    One of the best ways to understand history is through eye-witness accounts. Ting-Xing Ye?s riveting first book, A Leaf in the Bitter Wind , is a memoir of growing up in Maoist China. It was an astonishing coming of age through the turbulent years of the Cultural Revolution (1966 - 1974). In the wave of revolutionary fervour, peasants neglected... more...

  • Springtime in Taranakiby Douglas Stewart

    Allen & Unwin 2012; US$ 11.81

    The story of Douglas Stewart's first twenty-five years until chance and literary ambition conspire to take him to Sydney. more...

  • A Quiet Americanby Andy Marino

    St. Martin's Press 2000; US$ 8.99

    The story of Varian Fry, called the "real Rick" of Casablanca, is perhaps one of the most unknown, yet extraordinary sagas of World War II. This penetrating biography follows Varian Fry through his adult life--from his beginnings in the 1930s as a Harvard graduate and political journalist to his arrival in Marseille in 1940 where he managed to spirit... more...

  • On the Trail of Grant and Leeby Frederick Hill

    ReadHowYouWant 2006; US$ 3.99

    A marvellous book which chronicles the major events in the lives of Ulysses Simpson Grant, 18th American president, and General Robert Edward Lee, a leading figure in the American Civil War. Hill does not present them as awe-inspiring leaders but as human beings one can relate to. He narrates how they achieved greatness by overcoming obstacles through... more...

  • A Remarkable Manby Andrew Murtagh

    Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 18.99

    ?I can truthfully say that there has never been a nicer man in the game. George Chesterton is a gentleman to the core. And he wasn?t a bad bowler either!? Tom Graveney OBE. Wartime pilot dropping supplies over occupied Europe; county cricketer; housemaster teaching and disciplining mischievous teenage boys; family man and civic figure, there... more...

  • Buffalo Bill on Stageby Sandra Sagala

    University of New Mexico Press 2010; US$ 19.95

    Stunning photographs document "Buffalo Bill" Cody's early years as he led a troupe of traveling actors performing in frontier melodramas across the country. more...

  • Empires of the Plainby Lesley Adkins

    St. Martin's Press 2004; US$ 8.99

    From 1827 Henry Rawlinson, fearless soldier, sportsman and imperial adventurer of the first rank, spent twenty-five years in India, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan in the service of the East India Company. During this time he survived the dangers of disease and warfare, including the disastrous First Anglo-Afghan War. A gifted linguist, fascinated by history... more...

  • A Long Silenceby Sabina De Werth Neu

    Prometheus Books 2011; US$ 11.99

    After more than sixty years, the nightmarish sufferings of so many victims of Germany?s Nazi regime have been documented extensively. Rarely, however, does one hear about the experiences of German children during World War II. Coming of age amidst the chaos, brutality, and destruction of war in their homeland, they had no understanding of what was... more...

  • When my Name was Keokoby Linda Sue Park

    University of Queensland Press 2013; US$ 8.99

    When her name was Keoko, Japan owned Korea, and Japanese soldiers ordered people around, telling them what they could do or say, even what sort of flowers they could grow. When her name was Keoko, World War II came to Korea, and her friends and relatives had to work and fight for Japan. When her name was Keoko, she never forgot her name was actually... more...

  • Prophet John Wroeby Edward Green

    The History Press 2013; US$ 27.69

    Prophet John Wroe (1782-1863), found fame through his many predictions, his preaching and the establishment of the Christian Israel Church in the early 1820s. Edward Green places Wroe's life in the context of an industrialised society struggling to find values and needing to believe in themselves as the Chosen People. more...