1 - 10 of
How a nation still in grief from the Great War found the courage and resilience to face a new tragedy, the Great Depression.
Read more »
The fascinating story of the daughter of First Fleet convicts who managed to overcome her humble origins to become the mistress of the grandest home in colonial Sydney.
A magisterial and profoundly perceptive survey of Britain's post-war role on the global stage, from Suez to Brexit.
A monumental work of popular history, making the case that the Beeb is as much of a National Treasure as the NHS.
Format: Hard Cover
The first ever travel guide to the Roman Empire.
The bizarre and little known story of how a hubristic Archduke became the puppet Emperor of Mexico - with tragic results and pivotal historical consequences for Europe and America.
The untold history of women's exercise culture, from jogging and Jazzercise to Jane Fonda.
Rising star Simon Hall captures the spirit of the 1960s in ten days that revolutionised the Cold War: Fidel Castro's visit to New York.
William L Bernstein
A fascinating new history of financial and religious mass manias over the past five centuries.
Three hundred action-packed years of Roman history, encompassing the fall of Rome and the rise of a new empire in the East.