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  • Across the Dark Islandsby Floyd W. Radike

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 6.99

    ACROSS THE DARK ISLANDS The War in the Pacific Floyd W. Radike Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Ret.) ?I remember sitting in a foxhole on Guadalcanal in the rain. The sergeant I shared the hole with shook his head and asked me: ?What in the hell are we doing on this godforsaken island? Why don?t we let the Japs keep this stinking rock?? I didn?t have... more...

  • Recon Scoutby Fred H. Salter

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 7.99

    HE LIVED ON THE ABYSS OF DEATH AS A RECON SCOUT IN WORLD WAR II. From Africa?s Sahara Desert, where he met Churchill, to the plains of Tunisia, where he served under Patton, Fred Salter executed daring nightly solo missions, risking his life to gather the vital intelligence the U.S. Army desperately needed. After the battlefields of Sicily came the... more...

  • History and Neorealismby Ernest R. May; Richard Rosecrance; Zara Steiner

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 30.00

    Leading historians and political scientists examine the relationship between history and the dominant theory of IR, realism. more...

  • Marriage, Class and Colour in Nineteenth Century Cubaby Verena Martinez-Alier

    Cambridge University Press 1974; US$ 29.00

    An analysis of marriage patterns in nineteenth-century Cuba, a society with a large black population. more...

  • Shahjahanabadby Stephen P. Blake

    Cambridge University Press 1991; US$ 41.00

    A study of a pre-modern Indian city (Old Delhi) as a sovereign city. more...

  • Bloodlandsby Timothy Snyder

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.98

    In the middle of Europe, in the middle of the twentieth century, the Nazi and Soviet regimes murdered fourteen million people in the bloodlands between Berlin and Moscow. In a twelve-year-period, in these killing fields - today's Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Western Russia and the eastern Baltic coast - an average of more than one million citizens were... more...

  • Six Armies In Normandyby John Keegan

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.98

    The Allied assault on Normandy beaches was an almost flawless success, but it was to take three months of bitter fighting before the German defence of Normandy finally collapsed and Paris was liberated. In this masterly and highly individual account of that struggle, the reader is subjected to the gruelling ordeals confronted by the combatants... more...

  • Outlaw Platoonby Sean Parnell; John Bruning

    HarperCollins 2012; US$ 12.99

    A riveting story of American fighting men, Outlaw Platoon is Lieutenant Sean Parnell?s stunning personal account of the legendary U.S. Army?s 10th Mountain Division?s heroic stand in the mountains of Afghanistan. Acclaimed for its vivid, poignant, and honest recreation of sixteen brutal months of nearly continuous battle in the deadly Hindu Kesh,... more...

  • 1915: The Death of Innocenceby Lyn MacDonald

    Penguin Books Ltd 1997; Not Available

    Over two decades' research puts Lyn Macdonald among the greatest popular chroniclers of the First World War. In 1915: The Death of Innocence , from the poignant memories of participants, she has once again created an unforgettable slice of military history. By the end of 1914, the battered British forces were bogged down, yet hopeful that promised... more...

  • The Roses of No Man's Landby Lyn MacDonald

    Penguin Books Ltd 1993; Not Available

    THE INSPIRATION BEHIND THE BBC DRAMA THE CRIMSON FIELD 'On the face of it,' writes Lyn Macdonald, 'no one could have been less equipped for the job than these gently nurtured girls who walked straight out of Edwardian drawing rooms into the manifest horrors of the First World War ...' Yet the volunteer nurses rose magnificently to the... more...