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  • Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Ageby Elizabeth A. Sutton

    University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 40.00

    In  Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age , Elizabeth A. Sutton explores the fascinating but previously neglected history of corporate cartography during the Dutch Golden Age, from ca. 1600 to 1650. She examines how maps were used as propaganda tools for the Dutch West India Company in order to encourage the commodification of land... more...

  • How the French Won Waterloo - or Think They Didby Stephen Clarke

    Random House 2015; US$ 23.98

    Published in the 200th Anniversary year of the Battle of Waterloo a witty look at how the French still think they won, by Stephen Clarke, author of 1000 Years of Annoying the French and A Year in the Merde. Two centuries after the Battle of Waterloo, the French are still in denial. If Napoleon lost on 18 June 1815 (and... more...

  • Chronicles of the Ancient Worldby John Haywood

    Quercus 2015; Not Available

    Sumeria, c.3500 BC, witnessed the birth of the world's very first city by the rich and fertile banks of the Uruk. Over the next four millennia, the social and cultural landscape would change beyond recognition as many of history's most important kingdoms and cities took root. Interweaving Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Persian, Greek and Roman history,... more...

  • The Real Odessaby Uki Goni

    Granta Publications 2015; US$ 16.00

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  • Chronicles of the Ancient Worldby John Haywood

    Quercus 2015; US$ 13.89

    Sumeria, c.3500 BC, witnessed the birth of the world's very first city by the rich and fertile banks of the Uruk. Over the next four millennia, the social and cultural landscape would change beyond recognition as many of history's most important kingdoms and cities took root. Interweaving Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Persian, Greek and Roman history,... more...

  • Peg Plunkettby Julie Peakman

    Quercus 2015; Not Available

    ' Of picking, washing and cleaning my pretty little toes, which he took great delight in, and in which pleasurable, innocent, and inoffensive pastime he as often spent hours; 'twas the greatest gratification to him on earth, nor did he (said she) indulge in any other in all the time we spent together, he never was even rude enough to give me a kiss.'... more...

  • Peg Plunkettby Julie Peakman

    Quercus 2015; US$ 20.84

    ' Of picking, washing and cleaning my pretty little toes, which he took great delight in, and in which pleasurable, innocent, and inoffensive pastime he as often spent hours; 'twas the greatest gratification to him on earth, nor did he (said she) indulge in any other in all the time we spent together, he never was even rude enough to give me a kiss.'... more...

  • Suburban Warriors: The Origins of the New American Rightby Lisa McGirr; Lisa McGirr

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 27.95

    In the early 1960s, American conservatives seemed to have fallen on hard times. McCarthyism was on the run, and movements on the political left were grabbing headlines. The media lampooned John Birchers's accusations that Dwight Eisenhower was a communist puppet. Mainstream America snickered at warnings by California Congressman James B. Utt that... more...

  • Australia's Boldest Experimentby Stuart MacIntyre

    NewSouth 2015; US$ 19.99

    In this landmark book, Stuart Macintyre explains how a country traumatised by World War I, hammered by the Depression and overstretched by World War II became a prosperous, successful and growing society by the 1950s. An extraordinary group of individuals, notably John Curtin, Ben Chifley, Nugget Coombs, John Dedman and Robert Menzies, re-made the... more...

  • The History of the Baltic Statesby Kevin O'Connor

    ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 58.00

    The Baltic States?Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania?were granted independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Since then, the three countries have struggled with sluggish economies, tensions with Russia, and government corruption. This extensively updated second edition of a well-regarded reference illuminates the events of the last decade, including... more...