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When Ronald Reagan took office in 1981, the United States and NATO were losing the Cold War. The USSR had superiority in conventional weapons and manpower in Europe, and had embarked on a construction programme to gain naval pre-eminence. But Reagan had a plan. Reagan pushed Congress to build the ...
Oceans Ventured: Winning the Cold War at Sea
When Ronald Reagan took office in 1981, the United States and NATO were losing the Cold War. The USSR had superiority in conventional weapons and manpower in Europe, and had embarked on a construction programme to gain naval pre-eminence. But Reagan had a plan. Reagan pushed Congress to build the navy back to its 1945 strength. He gathered a circle of experienced naval planners, including the author, to devise an aggressive strategy. New radars, sensors and emissions technology would make ghosts of US submarines and surface fleets. They would operate aircraft carriers in Arctic waters which no navy had attempted. The Soviets, surrounded by their forward naval strategy, bankrupted their economy trying to keep pace. It wasn't long before the Berlin Wall fell and the USSR was disbanded.
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29.350000 USD

Oceans Ventured: Winning the Cold War at Sea

by John Lehman
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Fortified structures have been in existence for thousands of years. In ancient and medieval times castles were the ultimate symbol of power, dominating their surroundings, and marking the landscape with their imposing size and impregnable designs. After the Norman conquest of England, castles exploded in popularity amongst the nobility, with ...
Castles: Fortresses of Power
Fortified structures have been in existence for thousands of years. In ancient and medieval times castles were the ultimate symbol of power, dominating their surroundings, and marking the landscape with their imposing size and impregnable designs. After the Norman conquest of England, castles exploded in popularity amongst the nobility, with William the Conqueror building an impressive thirty-six castles between 1066-1087, including Windsor Castle is one example of such a castle which survives today, a monument of the remarkable architecture designed and developed in medieval England. This concise and entertaining short history explores the life of the castle, one that often involved warfare and sieges. The castle was a first and foremost a fortress, the focus of numerous clashes which took place in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Castles became targets of sieges, such as that organised by Prince Louis of France against Dover castle in 1216, and were forced to adopt greater defensive measures. Also explored is how they evolved from motte-and-bailey to stone keep castles, in the face of newly-developed siege machines and trebuchets. The trebuchet named Warwolf, which Edward I had assembled for his siege of Scotland's Stirling Castle, reportedly took three months to construct and was almost four hundred feet tall on completion. With features such as `murder-holes' for throwing boiling oil at the attackers, the defenders in the castle fought back in earnest. Alongside such violence, the castle functioned as a residence for the nobles and their servants, often totalling several hundred in number. It was the location for extravagant banquets held in the great hall by the lord and lady, and the place where the lord carried out his administrative duties such as overseeing laws and collecting taxes.
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13.64 USD

Castles: Fortresses of Power

by John Sadler, Rosie Serdiville
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The great airborne battle for the bridges in 1944 by Britain's Number One bestselling historian and author of the classic Stalingrad On 17 September 1944, General Kurt Student, the founder of Nazi Germany's parachute forces, heard the growing roar of aero engines. He went out on to his balcony above ...
Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944

The great airborne battle for the bridges in 1944 by Britain's Number One bestselling historian and author of the classic Stalingrad On 17 September 1944, General Kurt Student, the founder of Nazi Germany's parachute forces, heard the growing roar of aero engines. He went out on to his balcony above the flat landscape of southern Holland to watch the vast air armada of Dakotas and gliders,carrying the British 1st Airborne and the American 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. He gazed up in envy at the greatest demonstration of paratroop power ever seen. Operation Market Garden, the plan to end the war by capturing the bridges leading to the Lower Rhine and beyond, was a bold concept: the Americans thought it unusually bold for Field Marshal Montgomery. But the cost of failure was horrendous, above all for the Dutch who risked everything to help. German reprisals were cruel and lasted until the end of the war. The British fascination for heroic failure has clouded the story of Arnhem in myths, not least that victory was possible when in fact the plan imposed by Montgomery and General 'Boy' Browning was doomed from the start. Antony Beevor, using many overlooked and new sources from Dutch, British, American, Polish and German archives, has reconstructed the terrible reality of this epic clash. Yet this book, written in Beevor's inimitable and gripping narrative style, is about much more than a single dramatic battle. It looks into the very heart of war.

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23.62 USD

Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944

by Antony Beevor
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The Sunday Times #1 Bestseller The great airborne battle for the bridges in 1944 by Britain's Number One bestselling historian and author of the classic Stalingrad 'Our greatest chronicler of the Second World War . . . his fans will love it' - Robert Fox, Evening Standard 'The eye for ...
Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944: The Sunday Times No 1 Bestseller
The Sunday Times #1 Bestseller The great airborne battle for the bridges in 1944 by Britain's Number One bestselling historian and author of the classic Stalingrad 'Our greatest chronicler of the Second World War . . . his fans will love it' - Robert Fox, Evening Standard 'The eye for telling detail which we have come to expect from Antony Beevor. . . this time, though, he turns his brilliance as a military historian to a subject not just of defeat, but dunderhead stupidity' Daily Mail On 17 September 1944, General Kurt Student, the founder of Nazi Germany's parachute forces, heard the growing roar of aeroplane engines. He went out on to his balcony above the flat landscape of southern Holland to watch the air armada of Dakotas and gliders carrying the British 1st Airborne and the American 101st and 82nd Airborne divisions. He gazed up in envy at this massive demonstration of paratroop power. Operation Market Garden, the plan to end the war by capturing the bridges leading to the Lower Rhine and beyond, was a bold concept: the Americans thought it unusually bold for Field Marshal Montgomery. But could it ever have worked? The cost of failure was horrendous, above all for the Dutch, who risked everything to help. German reprisals were pitiless and cruel, and lasted until the end of the war. The British fascination with heroic failure has clouded the story of Arnhem in myths. Antony Beevor, using often overlooked sources from Dutch, British, American, Polish and German archives, has reconstructed the terrible reality of the fighting, which General Student himself called 'The Last German Victory'. Yet this book, written in Beevor's inimitable and gripping narrative style, is about much more than a single, dramatic battle. It looks into the very heart of war. 'In Beevor's hands, Arnhem becomes a study of national character' - Ben Macintyre, The Times 'Superb book, tirelessly researched and beautifully written' - Saul David, Daily Telegraph 'Complete mastery of both the story and the sources' - Keith Lowe, Literary Review 'Another masterwork from the most feted military historian of our time' - Jay Elwes, Prospect Magazine 'The analysis he has produced of the disaster is forensic' - Giles Milton, Sunday Times 'He is a master of his craft . . . we have here a definitive account' - Piers Paul Read, The Tablet
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42.66 USD

Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944: The Sunday Times No 1 Bestseller

by Antony Beevor
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During the early years of World War II, American ships crossing the Atlantic with oil and supplies were virtually defenseless against German U-boats. Bombs and torpedoes fitted with TNT barely made a dent in the tough steel plating that covered the hulls of Axis submarines and ships. Then, seemingly overnight, ...
The Secret History of RDX: The Super-Explosive that Helped Win World War II
During the early years of World War II, American ships crossing the Atlantic with oil and supplies were virtually defenseless against German U-boats. Bombs and torpedoes fitted with TNT barely made a dent in the tough steel plating that covered the hulls of Axis submarines and ships. Then, seemingly overnight, a top-secret, $100 million plant appeared near Kingsport, Tennessee, manufacturing a sugar-white substance called Research Department Explosive (code name RDX). Behind thirty-eight miles of fencing, thousands of men and women synthesized 23,000 tons of RDX each month. Twice as deadly as TNT and overshadowed only by the atomic bomb, this ordnance proved to be pivotal in the Battle of the Atlantic and directly contributed to the Allied victory in WWII. In The Secret History of RDX, Colin F. Baxter documents the journey of the super-explosive from conceptualization at Woolwich Arsenal in England to mass production at Holston Ordnance Works in east Tennessee. He examines the debates between RDX advocates and their opponents and explores the use of the explosive in the bomber war over Germany, in the naval war in the Atlantic, and as a key element in the trigger device of the atomic bomb. Drawing on archival records and interviews with individuals who worked at the Kingsport powder plant from 1942 to 1945, Baxter illuminates both the explosive's military significance and its impact on the lives of ordinary Americans involved in the war industry. Much more than a technical account, this study assesses the social and economic impact of the military-industrial complex on small communities on the home front.
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47.250000 USD

The Secret History of RDX: The Super-Explosive that Helped Win World War II

by Colin F. Baxter
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Since World War II, the American public has become fully aware of the exploits of the 101st Airborne Division, but within the ranks of the 101st there existed a notorious sub-unit whose formidable reputation has persisted among veterans over the decades. Primarily products of the Dustbowl and the Depression, and ...
The Filthy Thirteen: The True Story of the Dirty Dozen
Since World War II, the American public has become fully aware of the exploits of the 101st Airborne Division, but within the ranks of the 101st there existed a notorious sub-unit whose formidable reputation has persisted among veterans over the decades. Primarily products of the Dustbowl and the Depression, and never ones to salute an officer, or take a bath, the Filthy 13 attained legendary status within the Screaming Eagles for its hard drinking, and savage fighting skill - and that was only in training.
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17.05 USD

The Filthy Thirteen: The True Story of the Dirty Dozen

by Jake McNiece, Richard Killblane
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Culture of honor is what social scientists call a society that organizes social life around maintaining and defending reputation. In an honor culture, because reputation is everything, people will go to great lengths to defend their reputations and those of their family members against real and perceived threats and insults. ...
Honor Bound: How a Cultural Ideal Has Shaped the American Psyche
Culture of honor is what social scientists call a society that organizes social life around maintaining and defending reputation. In an honor culture, because reputation is everything, people will go to great lengths to defend their reputations and those of their family members against real and perceived threats and insults. While most human societies throughout history can be described as honor cultures, the United States is particularly well known for having a deeply rooted culture of honor, especially in the American South and West. In Honor Bound, social psychologist Ryan P. Brown integrates social science research, current events, and personal stories to explore and explain how honor underpins nearly every aspect of our lives, from spontaneous bar fights to organized acts of terrorism, romantic relationships, mental health and well-being, unsportsmanlike conduct in football, the commission of suicide, foreign policy decisions by political leaders, and even how parents name their babies. Sometimes the effects of living in an honor culture are subtle and easily missed--there are fewer nursing homes in the American south, as more parents live with their children as they age--and sometimes the effects are more dramatic, as in the case that there are more school shootings in honor states, but they are always relevant. By illuminating a surprising and pervasive thread that has endured in our culture for centuries, Brown's narrative will captivate those raised in these types of honor cultures who wish to understand themselves, and those who wish to better understand their neighbors.
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20.950000 USD
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The Anarchy, the protracted struggle between Stephen of Blois and the Empress Matilda for the English crown between 1135 and 1154, is often seen as a disastrous breakdown in one of the best-governed kingdoms of medieval Europe. But perhaps the impact of the conflict has been overstated, and its effect ...
King Stephen and the Anarchy: Civil War and Military Tactics in Twelfth-Century Britain
The Anarchy, the protracted struggle between Stephen of Blois and the Empress Matilda for the English crown between 1135 and 1154, is often seen as a disastrous breakdown in one of the best-governed kingdoms of medieval Europe. But perhaps the impact of the conflict has been overstated, and its effect on the common people across the country is hard to judge. That is why Chris Peerss fresh study of this fascinating and controversial era is of such value. He describes each phase of this civil war, in particular the castles and sieges that dominated strategic thinking, and he sets the fighting in the context of the changing tactics and military systems of the twelfth century. His fresh account of this pivotal episode in the medieval history of England will be absorbing reading anyone who is keen to gain an insight into this period of English history and has a special interest in the practice of medieval warfare.
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41.950000 USD

King Stephen and the Anarchy: Civil War and Military Tactics in Twelfth-Century Britain

by Chris Peers
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On July 9, 1755, British regulars and American colonial troops under the command of General Edward Braddock, commander in chief of the British Army in North America, were attacked by French and Native American forces shortly after crossing the Monongahela River and while making their way to besiege Fort Duquesne ...
Braddock's Defeat: The Battle of the Monongahela and the Road to Revolution
On July 9, 1755, British regulars and American colonial troops under the command of General Edward Braddock, commander in chief of the British Army in North America, were attacked by French and Native American forces shortly after crossing the Monongahela River and while making their way to besiege Fort Duquesne in the Ohio Valley, a few miles from what is now Pittsburgh. The long line of red-coated troops struggled to maintain cohesion and discipline as Indian warriors quickly outflanked them and used the dense cover of the woods to masterful and lethal effect. Within hours, a powerful British army was routed, its commander mortally wounded, and two-thirds of its forces casualties in one the worst disasters in military history. David Preston's gripping and immersive account of Braddock's Defeat, also known as the Battle of the Monongahela, is the most authoritative ever written. Using untapped sources and collections, Preston offers a reinterpretation of Braddock's Expedition in 1754 and 1755, one that does full justice to its remarkable achievements. Braddock had rapidly advanced his army to the cusp of victory, overcoming uncooperative colonial governments and seemingly insurmountable logistical challenges, while managing to carve a road through the formidable Appalachian Mountains. That road would play a major role in America's expansion westward in the years ahead and stand as one of the expedition's most significant legacies. The causes of Braddock's Defeat are debated to this day. Preston's work challenges the stale portrait of an arrogant European officer who refused to adapt to military and political conditions in the New World and the first to show fully how the French and Indian coalition achieved victory through effective diplomacy, tactics, and leadership. New documents reveal that the French Canadian commander, a seasoned veteran named Captain Beaujeu, planned the attack on the British column with great skill, and that his Native allies were more disciplined than the British regulars on the field. Braddock's Defeat establishes beyond question its profoundly pivotal nature for Indian, French Canadian, and British peoples in the eighteenth century. The disaster altered the balance of power in America, and escalated the fighting into a global conflict known as the Seven Years' War. Those who were there, including George Washington, Thomas Gage, Horatio Gates, Charles Lee, and Daniel Morgan, never forgot its lessons, and brought them to bear when they fought again-whether as enemies or allies-two decades hence. The campaign had awakened many British Americans to their provincial status in the empire, spawning ideas of American identity and anticipating the social and political divisions that would erupt in the American Revolution.
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20.46 USD

Braddock's Defeat: The Battle of the Monongahela and the Road to Revolution

by David L. Preston
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The Iran-Iraq War was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the 20th Century and accidentally created the current nightmare of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism. There have been many books on the conflict but this is the first detailed military history using materials from both sides, as well as materials obtained from ...
The Iran-Iraq War - Volume 4: Iraq'S Triumph
The Iran-Iraq War was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the 20th Century and accidentally created the current nightmare of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism. There have been many books on the conflict but this is the first detailed military history using materials from both sides, as well as materials obtained from US Intelligence circles and British Governmental archives. It provides a unique insight into a war which began through miscalculation and rapidly escalated into the longest conventional conflict in the post-Second World War era. The third volume covers the last two years of the war on the Southern front, where Iranians made their last supreme effort to break through Iraqi lines during the winter of 1986-1987. Iraqi defences just about held. For a year, there was an ominous silence, but then Iraq launched a series of devastating blows that recovered the Faw Peninsula, pulverised weakly-occupied Iranian positions, and drove the frontlines back to the international border. Iran was left with no option but to sue for peace.
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36.750000 USD

The Iran-Iraq War - Volume 4: Iraq'S Triumph

by Tom Cooper, E. R. Hooton, Farzin Nadimi
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The news-breaking book that has sent schockwaves through the White House, Ghost Wars is the most accurate and revealing account yet of the CIA's secret involvement in al-Qaeada's evolution. Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll has spent years reporting from the Middle East, accessed previously classified government files and interviewed senior US ...
Ghost Warsin Laden, From The Soviet Invasion To September 10, 2001
The news-breaking book that has sent schockwaves through the White House, Ghost Wars is the most accurate and revealing account yet of the CIA's secret involvement in al-Qaeada's evolution. Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll has spent years reporting from the Middle East, accessed previously classified government files and interviewed senior US officials and foreign spymasters. Here he gives the full inside story of the CIA's covert funding of an Islamic jihad against Soviet forces in Afghanistan, explores how this sowed the seeds of bn Laden's rise, traces how he built his global network and brings to life the dramatic battles within the US government over national security. Above all, he lays bare American intelligence's continual failure to grasp the rising threat of terrrorism in the years leading to 9/11 - and its devastating consequences.
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23.62 USD

Ghost Warsin Laden, From The Soviet Invasion To September 10, 2001

by Steve Coll
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The Court Martial of Apache Kid: Based on the Original Trial Transcript
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19.940000 USD

The Court Martial of Apache Kid: Based on the Original Trial Transcript

by Victoria Sutton
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The First World War in Africa 1914-1918: Togoland, South-West Africa, the Cameroons & East Africa
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29.320000 USD

The First World War in Africa 1914-1918: Togoland, South-West Africa, the Cameroons & East Africa

by John Buchan
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The First World War in Africa 1914-1918: Togoland, South-West Africa, the Cameroons & East Africa
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16.970000 USD

The First World War in Africa 1914-1918: Togoland, South-West Africa, the Cameroons & East Africa

by John Buchan
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Desperados & Cow-Punchers: The Making of the Western Frontier-The Story of the Outlaw and the Passing of the Frontier
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29.320000 USD

Desperados & Cow-Punchers: The Making of the Western Frontier-The Story of the Outlaw and the Passing of the Frontier

by Emerson Hough
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Wellington's Commander of Cavalry: The Early Life and Military Career of Stapleton Cotton, by the Right Hon. Mary, Viscountess Combermere and W.W. Knollys, with a Short Biography of Lord Combermere by Alexander Innes Shand
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16.970000 USD

Wellington's Commander of Cavalry: The Early Life and Military Career of Stapleton Cotton, by the Right Hon. Mary, Viscountess Combermere and W.W. Knollys, with a Short Biography of Lord Combermere by Alexander Innes Shand

by Mary Viscountess Combermere, W W Knollys, Alexander Innes Shand
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1918-Catastrophe to Victory: Volume 2-The Allied 'hundred Days' Offensive, August-November 1918
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29.320000 USD

1918-Catastrophe to Victory: Volume 2-The Allied 'hundred Days' Offensive, August-November 1918

by John Buchan
Hardback
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The Note-Books of Captain Coignet: The Recollections of a Soldier of the Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard During the Campaigns of the Napoleonic Era--Complete & Unabridged
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30.860000 USD

The Note-Books of Captain Coignet: The Recollections of a Soldier of the Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard During the Campaigns of the Napoleonic Era--Complete & Unabridged

by Jean-Roch Coignet
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Commanding Wellington's Horse Artillery: Letters of Colonel Sir Augustus Simon Frazer, K.C.B. Commanding the Royal Horse Artillery in the Peninsular War & Waterloo Campaigns
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38.580000 USD

Commanding Wellington's Horse Artillery: Letters of Colonel Sir Augustus Simon Frazer, K.C.B. Commanding the Royal Horse Artillery in the Peninsular War & Waterloo Campaigns

by Edward Sabine
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British Battles of the War of Austrian Succession & Seven Years' War: Twenty-Seven Battles & Campaigns of the First Global Conflict, 1743-1767
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30.860000 USD

British Battles of the War of Austrian Succession & Seven Years' War: Twenty-Seven Battles & Campaigns of the First Global Conflict, 1743-1767

by James Grant
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Messing with the Enemy: Surviving in a Social Media World of Hackers, Terrorists, Russians, and Fake News
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41.990000 USD

Messing with the Enemy: Surviving in a Social Media World of Hackers, Terrorists, Russians, and Fake News

by Clint Watts
CD-Audio
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Blood on the Plains: Road to Destiny Series
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16.800000 USD

Blood on the Plains: Road to Destiny Series

by Leo Stonewall Jackson Chilson
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Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict
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41.990000 USD

Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict

by Eli Berman, Joseph H. Felter, Jacob N. Shapiro
CD-Audio
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Forging the Modern World: A History
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47.200000 USD

Forging the Modern World: A History

by James Hugh Carter
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Entertaining the Tommies: Two Accounts of British Concert Parties 'over There' During the First World War-Modern Troubadours by Lena Ashwell & My Greatest Adventure by ADA L. Ward
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29.320000 USD

Entertaining the Tommies: Two Accounts of British Concert Parties 'over There' During the First World War-Modern Troubadours by Lena Ashwell & My Greatest Adventure by ADA L. Ward

by Lena Ashwell, Ada L Ward
Hardback
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Charles Martel & the Battle of Tours: The Defeat of the Arab Invasion of Western Europe by the Franks, 732 A.D
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26.230000 USD

Charles Martel & the Battle of Tours: The Defeat of the Arab Invasion of Western Europe by the Franks, 732 A.D

by Edward Creasy, G L Strauss, Charles King
Hardback
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The Complete Female Warriors: A History of Outstanding Military Women Through the Ages
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16.970000 USD

The Complete Female Warriors: A History of Outstanding Military Women Through the Ages

by Ellen C Clayton
Paperback
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1918-Catastrophe to Victory: Volume 2-The Allied 'hundred Days' Offensive, August-November 1918
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16.970000 USD

1918-Catastrophe to Victory: Volume 2-The Allied 'hundred Days' Offensive, August-November 1918

by John Buchan
Paperback
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Operations of the Allied Army Under the Duke of Brunswick: 1757-1766
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18.900000 USD

Operations of the Allied Army Under the Duke of Brunswick: 1757-1766

by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson
Paperback
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The Golden Book of India: A Genealogical & Biographical Dictionary of the Ruling Princes, Chiefs, Nobles, & Other Personages, Titles or Decorated, of the Indian Empire. with an Appendix for Ceylon.
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42.000000 USD

The Golden Book of India: A Genealogical & Biographical Dictionary of the Ruling Princes, Chiefs, Nobles, & Other Personages, Titles or Decorated, of the Indian Empire. with an Appendix for Ceylon.

by Sir Roper Lethbridge
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