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Tales from life on the land and outback adventures continue to intrigue, puzzle and entertain us. This collection is Graham Seal at his best.
The first ever really honest account of the reality of Ireland's offshore islands.
The first authoritative account of a well-kept secret: the British Fifth Column and its activities during the Second World War.
A fascinating history of the city of Rome, seen through the eyes of its most significant sackings, from the Gauls to the Nazis and everything in between.
The epic story of the British construction of the railways in India, as told by Britain's bestselling transport historian.
Sam Willis, James Daybell
Format: Hard Cover
A revolutionary and fun new book that reveals how everything, from beds and bubbles to sleep and signatures, has a history.
A beguiling, sweeping history of civilisation and what it means to be civilised. It 'turns 5,000 years of history outside in.'
The extraordinary story of the British women who made the perilous journey to Jamestown, Virginia, to become wives for tobacco planters in the New Colony.
A striking account of the relentless persecution, and the oft-underestimated resistance, of the once-mighty Knights Templar.