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  • The Spanish Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes]by H. Micheal Tarver; H. Micheal Tarver; Emily Slape; Emily Slape

    ABC-CLIO 2016; US$ 198.00

    The Spanish Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia provides students as well as anyone interested in Spain, Latin America, or empires in general the necessary materials to explore and better understand the centuries-long empire of the Iberian kingdom. The work is organized around eight themes to allow the reader the ability to explore each theme through... more...

  • Verdun 1916by J E Kauffman; H W Kauffman

    Pen and Sword 2016; US$ 23.97

    Wrapped in myth and distortion, the Battle of Verdun is one of the most enigmatic battles of the Great War, and the controversy continues a century later. Before the battle the Germans believed they had selected one of the strongest points in the French defences in the hope that, if they smashed through it, the French would collapse. But Verdun was... more...

  • City of London in the Great Warby Stephen John Wynn

    Pen and Sword 2016; US$ 11.97

    Throughout the First World War, London played a major part in Great Britain's war effort, both at home and abroad. A far as Germany was concerned, the city was their ultimate goal – the ultimate target that would bring them the sought-after victory they so desired. With the British Royal Family at Buckingham Palace, the heart of British Government... more...

  • The Battle of Jutlandby Richard Osborne

    Frontline Books 2016; US$ 23.97

    Since the days of the Battle of Trafalgar, the Royal Navy had been the acknowledged as the most powerful maritime force on the planet. Britain could boast more warships, and particularly more Dreadnoughts and battle-cruisers than any other nation. But the Germans had undertaken an enormously-expensive ship-building programme designed to place the... more...

  • Aeschines - Alcaeusby

    De Gruyter 2016; US$ 210.00

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  • Conquerors of the Roman Empire: The Vandalsby Simon MacDowall

    Pen and Sword 2016; US$ 20.97

    On 31 December AD 406, a group of German tribes crossed the Rhine, pierced the Roman defensive limes and began a rampage across Roman Gaul, sacking cities such as Metz, Arras and Strasbourg. Foremost amongst them were the Vandals and their search for a new homeland took them on the most remarkable odyssey. The Romans were unable to stop them and their... more...

  • Morpeth in the Great Warby Craig Armstrong

    Pen and Sword 2016; US$ 11.97

    Morpeth played a key role in Northumberland's war effort. As a market town and the seat of government of the county authority, the town was significant in the coordination of Northumberland’s war effort. With a wide rural hinterland, it played a huge part in the production and dispersal of vital food. The town also occupied a position on the... more...

  • The Victoria Cross at Seaby John Winton

    Frontline Books 2016; US$ 22.50

    Naval VCs have been won in places as far apart in time and distance as the Baltic in 1854 and Japan in 1945, in the trenches from the Crimea to the Western Front, in harbours from Dar es Salaam to Zeebrugge, from the Barents to the Java Sea, from New Zealand to the North Atlantic, and from China to the Channel. They have been won in battleships... more...

  • The Battle of Neuve Chapelleby Paul Kendall

    Frontline Books 2016; US$ 23.97

    After the reverses of 1914, the French and British commanders were determined to turn the tables on the Germans and take the war to the enemy. A major combined offensive was planned in the Artois region of France but the French had to cancel their part in the operation. This did not deter the commander of the British Expeditionary Force, Sir John... more...

  • London's Underground Spacesby Haewon Hwang

    Edinburgh University Press Ltd 2016; Not Available

    Provides an innovative approach to articulate what ‘underground’ meant to the Victorians. The construction of London’s underground sewers, underground railway and suburban cemeteries created seismic shifts in the geography and the psychological apprehension of the city. Yet, why are there so few literary and aesthetic interventions in... more...