2315 books (116 pages) in this category
by Scott Christianson
100 Documents That Changed the World brings together the most important written agreements, declarations and statements in history. 100 Documents That Changed the World brings together the most important written agreements, declarations and ...
by Sara Liberte
by R G Grant
An essential guide to the most intense, dramatic, important and extraordinary conflicts over the last 5,000 years and the consequences of those clashes on societies around the globe. ...
by Richard Cavendish
1001 Historic Sites You Must See Before You Die provides a one-stop list of the must-see sites around the world. ...
by Colin Date
by James J. Weber
by Wayne R. Dempsey
by Rick Shandley
by Earl Davis
by Wayne R. Dempsey
by Evans Brasfield
by Bodleian Library
by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
The world would end in 1492 - so the prophets, soothsayers and stargazers said. They were right. Their world did end. Ours began. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto traces key elements of the modern world back to that single, fateful year- the way power ...
Shakespeare and the Year of Lear
by James Shapiro
The sequel to James Shapiro's multi-award winning bestseller 1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare. ...
An epic adventure
by Evan McHugh
1606 marked the first European sighting of Australia, when the Dutch ship Duyfken landed on Cape York. This gripping book tells the stories of the seafaring explorers, shipwrecks and mutinies that followed, including the voyages of Torres and La
by Andrew Morton
17 Carnations chronicles the entanglement between Edward VIII, his American wife Wallis Simpson, and Hitler, starting with the Führer’s attempts to matchmake Edward with a German noblewoman. While the German foreign mininster sent ...
The Lost Chapters of Australia's Beginnings
by Nick Brodie
For over 200 years Australia’s official history has focused on English colonisation and ‘discovery’, with tales of British explorers and first generation white Australians navigating the vast and unfriendly land. But what of ...
by David Hill
"An extraordinary narrative history of the First Fleet, by the bestselling author of The Forgotten Children. Never before or since has there been an experiment quite as bold as this. Set against the backdrop of Georgian England with its peculiar
by CHARLES MORRIS
In the wake of San Francisco's 1906 catastrophe, an enterprising publisher dispatched journalist Charles Morris to obtain firsthand narratives from survivors. Morris's gripping report was rushed to press a few weeks later, providing ""a complete