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  • Admiral Collingwood: Nelson's Own Heroby Max Adams

    Head of Zeus 2015; US$ 11.99

    An intimate portrait of a forgotten commander of Britain's maritime golden age, which brings to authentic life the world of Jack Aubrey and Horatio Hornblower. more...

  • Admiral Lord Keith and the Naval War against Napoleonby Kevin D McCranie

    UPF 2002; US$ 44.95

    McCranie's book is the first modern biography of Keith, who learned the art of commanding single ships and small squadrons during the American Revolution. Keith eventually commanded four major fleets--the Eastern Seas, the Mediterranean, the North Sea, and the Channel more...

  • The Age of Improvement, 1783-1867by Asa Briggs

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 70.95

    The Age of Improvement has long established itself as a classic of modern historical writing. Widely read and quoted it has had a unique influence on teaching and research.  This second edition draws on the great volume of new research - produced by Lord Briggs amongst others, since its original publication. The book stresses both the underlying... more...

  • America's Greatest Blunderby Burton Yale Pines

    RSD Press 2009; US$ 8.79

    Entering World War One against Germany was America’s greatest blunder of the 20th century. America had no reason to join the devastating and stalemated three-years-old struggle. America was never threatened; its security was never at risk. By sending two million doughboys to the Western Front, America shattered the battlefield stalemate and won... more...

  • Anglo-German relations during the Labour governments 1964-70by Terry Macintyre

    Manchester University Press 2007; US$ 95.00

    Speaking at West Point in 1962, Dean Acheson observed that Britain had lost an empire and had still to find a new role. This book explains why, in the following years, as Britain’s Labour government contemplated withdrawal from east of Suez, ministers came to see that Britain’s future role would be as a force within Europe. To this end, and... more...

  • Annus Horribilisby Ann Treneman

    Gibson Square 2009; US$ 6.93

    Brilliant.' Matthew Parris What was Parliament's Annus Horribilis? It started in September when the government dropped the economic ball with the mother of financial crashes. And that was for starters. Never before have tax payers got such entertainment value out of their elected representatives: they fiddled their expenses while Gordon Brown led the... more...

  • Archaeology and Environment in Northumberlandby Clive Waddington; D G. Passmore

    Oxbow Books 2012; US$ 40.00

    Eventful, influential and absorbing, the early history of Northumberland is a fascinating story that has rarely been brought together under one cover. In this authoritative historical account, the authors bring to bear a huge quantity of old and new data and craft it into an in-depth synthesis. The authors deliver this history in chronological order... more...

  • The Archaeology of Sutton Parkby Michael Hodder

    The History Press 2013; US$ 26.24

    <div>Sutton Park is one of the largest urban parks in Europe. It was always set apart as 'special' and remains so, as a large and well-used public park. Its creation as a deer park in the twelfth century preserved the past and created the present. Detailed study of extensive earthworks, combined with excavation, documentary research,... more...

  • The Archaeology of a Great Estateby Nicola Bannister; John Barnatt

    Windgather Press 2009; US$ 21.00

    The Peak District is a historic upland landscape, with a rich palimpsest of features which invoke the many generations of people who have inhabited the area. The great estate of Chatsworth reflects the Peak in microcosm. Its landscapes are diverse and contain many exceptional features including archaeological earthworks of medieval open fields and... more...

  • The Archaeology of the West Midlandsby Sarah Watt

    Oxbow Books 2011; US$ 25.00

    The West Midlands is a region of geographical, topographical and geological contrasts, forming disparate landscapes that are reflected in the nature and diversity of its rich archaeology. This ranges from evidence of its prehistory to the important industrial heritage of its major conurbations. This book represents an attempt by the region's archaeologists... more...