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- Berghahn Books 2010; US$ 34.95
The early twentieth-century advent of aerial bombing made successful evacuations essential to any war effort, but ordinary people resented them deeply. Based on extensive archival research in Germany and France, this is the first broad, comparative study of civilian evacuations in Germany and France during World War II. The evidence uncovered exposes... more...
- Transworld 2015; US$ 15.98
NEW UPDATED EDITION Was the Battle of Hastings a French victory? Non! William the Conqueror was Norman and hated the French. Were the Brits really responsible for the death of Joan of Arc? Non! The French sentenced her to death for wearing trousers. Did the French write "God Save the Queen"? ... more...
- Open Road Media 2012; US$ 14.99
Stephen Clarke (b. 1958) is the bestselling author of seven books of fiction and nonfiction that satirize the peculiarities of French culture. Born in St. Albans, England, Clarke studied French and German at Oxford University. After graduating, he took a number of odd jobs, including teaching English to French businessmen. In 2004, he self-published... more...
- Transworld 2010; US$ 14.38
Was the Battle of Hastings a French victory? Non! William the Conqueror was Norman and hated the French. Were the Brits really responsible for the death of Joan of Arc? Non! The French sentenced her to death for wearing trousers. Was the guillotine a French invention? Non! It was invented in Yorkshire. ... more...
- Andrews UK 2013; US$ 2.99
In this amazing eBook you can find more than one hundred facts about the country of France. Separated into sections such as its geography, its people, famous French figures and many more you will find some fascinating information inside! Whether you are planning on visiting France, working on a geography project or just want to know more about this... more...
- Andrews UK 2013; US$ 2.99
In this amazing eBook you will find more than one hundred facts about Paris. What are the top landmarks, museums and galleries to visit? What is the history of the Eiffel Tower? Separated into sections covering these topics and more (such as its history, its culture and recommendations for some of the city's best restaurants), you will learn some... more...
- Pen and Sword 1993; US$ 8.99
The regimental history of a regiment about to lose its identity, known sometimes as the Death and Glory Boys because of their famous skull and crossbones badge. They have had a long and distinguished history ending recently in the Gulf War and are about to be merged with the 16th/5th Lancers. more...
- Frontline Books 2010; US$ 13.99
In this third volume John H. Gill brings to a close his magisterial study of the 1809 war between Napoleonic France and Habsburg Austria. This final volume begins with the principal armies of both antagonists recuperating on the Danubes banks. As they prepared for the next encounter, important actions were taking place in distant theaters of... more...
- Frontline Books 2012; US$ 11.99
More than a third of a million men set out on that midsummer day of 1812: none can have imagined the terrors and hardships to come. They would be lured all the way to Moscow without having achieved the decisive battle Napoleon sought; and by the time they reached the city their numbers would already have dwindled by more than a third. One of the greatest... more...
- Frontline Books 2012; US$ 10.99
1812: The Great Retreat - the third and final volume in Austins magisterial trilogy - concludes the story of one of historys most disastrous campaigns. The author's previous books brought the Grand Army to the head-on battle at Malo-Jaroslavetz after withdrawing sixty miles from the burnt down capital, and for the first time in his... more...