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The untold story of one of Australia's greatest aviation pioneers.
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The extraordinary story of the 20th century's most recognisable building, with new insights into the controversy and drama that surrounded its construction.
The riveting story of one of the most calamitous voyages in Australian history, the plague-stricken sailing ship Ticonderoga that left England for Victoria with 800 doomed emigrants on board.
The first systematic account of Australian intelligence operations in the early 20th century offers fascinating new insights into Australian politics and international relations.
A striking account of the relentless persecution, and the oft-underestimated resistance, of the once-mighty Knights Templar.
A fresh, original account of the origins and rise of the ancient world's greatest imperial power.
The definitive concise account of England's remarkable past - now updated.
A new edition of the classic study of the expeditions to the South Pole, and why we are so fascinated with exploring vast, empty, and extreme landscapes.
Peppered with advice, remedies and recipes, and framed by the English Civil War, Lucy Moore brilliantly brings to life Lady Ann Fanshawe's setbacks and successes.
John Butman, Simon Targett
The thrilling story of the English merchant adventurers who changed the world.