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  • Letter To An Unknown Soldier: A New Kind of War Memorialby Kate Pullinger; Neil Bartlett

    HarperCollins Publishers 2014; US$ 21.46

    On Platform One of Paddington Station in London, there is a statue of an unknown soldier; he?s reading a letter. On the hundredth anniversary of the declaration of war everyone in the country was invited to take a moment and write that letter. A selection of those letters are published here, in a new kind of war memorial ? one made only of words. more...

  • Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 1901?1910 in Their Own Wordsby Max Arthur

    HarperCollins Publishers 2009; US$ 11.34

    Max Arthur, bestselling author of the hugely popular ?Forgotten Voices? series, recaptures the day-to-day lives of working people in the Edwardian era. more...

  • Saddling Up Anywayby Patrick Dearen

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2006; US$ 21.99

    Whether destined to be remembered or forgotten, a cowhand clung to life with all the zeal with which he approached his trade. He was the most loyal of employees, repeatedly putting his neck on the line for a mere dollar a day. Patrick Dearen has brought these reckless and risky adventures to life with colorful stories from interviews with 76 men who... more...

  • The Story of the Wreck of the Titanicby Marshall Everett

    Dover Publications 2013; US$ 10.95

    An "instant" book, published soon after the sinking of the Titanic, this illustrated volume abounds in facts about the voyage and passengers as well as details of the wreck and survivors' accounts. more...

  • Beauty and Atrocity: People, Politics and Ireland?s Fight for Peaceby Joshua Levine

    HarperCollins Publishers 2010; US$ 27.18

    An ambitious and powerful account of modern Irish history through the eyes of those who experienced it at first hand. more...

  • Cattle Campby Herb Wharton

    University of Queensland Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    A collection of stories told to the author by Aboriginal stockmen and women. Captures the life of the droving days when these people traveled huge distances on drives from North Queensland to Victoria and South Australia. Has a foreword by the author, maps and several photographs. Author's novel 'Unbranded' was highly commended in the David Unaipon... more...

  • A City in Turmoil ? Dublin 1919?1921by Pádraig Yeates

    Gill Books 2012; US$ 9.99

    In A City in Turmoil, Pádraig Yeates takes up the story from the end of the First World War covered in A City in Wartime. Here he examines, with his usual perspicacity and insight for detail, a Dublin city still struggling for independence in the aftermath of the Great War. more...

  • A City in Wartime ? Dublin 1914?1918by Pádraig Yeates

    Gill Books 2011; US$ 9.99

    In the years 1914 to 1918 Dublin was utterly transformed. First, the Great Lockout of 1913 produced major consequences. Then the First World War saw a large number of men leave Dublin for the British Army - many of whom would never return. And finally the Easter Rising of 1916 meant that life in the city would never again be the same. more...

  • The Curtain Risesby Susan G. Shapiro; Ronald Shapiro

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2004; US$ 39.95

    Much has been written about how the authoritarianism of the Communist era gave way to more open societies in the former Soviet bloc countries, yet little has been said about how individuals in these countries have been affected and how they contributed to the changes in their societies. How does the relationship between husband and wife change when... more...

  • The Frogmen of World War IIby Chet Cunningham

    Pocket Books 2007; US$ 7.99

    As countless battlefronts in the Pacific, African, and European theaters called for direct amphibious assaults against islands and beachheads, a small corps of exceptionally skilled fighting men was formed -- the U.S. Navy underwater warriors. Beginning in 1943, these men undertook never-before-attempted missions ranging from eye-to-eye recon of enemy-held... more...