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In this robust overview of Hungarian history, award-winning historian professor Norman Stone tells the story of the nation's struggle for self-determination and survival.
A compelling and timely inside account of the recent crisis in Burma and its troubled journey from dictatorship to democracy.
The extraordinary story of a slave-girl who rose from concubine to become the Ottoman Empire's only queen.
A scrupulously forensic literary appreciation of Edward Lear and his 'nonsenses' by one of our most cherished historians - without losing any sense of fun.
Two hundred years of Roman imperial politics and power brought to life in an action-packed narrative.
A major new account of poetry in the twentieth century.
Hauke Friederichs, Rudiger Barth
A thrilling day-by-day account of the final months of the Weimar Republic, documenting the collapse of democracy in Germany and Hitler's frightening rise to power.
Sam Willis, James Daybell
Format: Hard Cover
In this new series of short books under the Histories of the Unexpected brand, Sam Willis and James Daybell take on some of greatest historical subjects but in an entirely unexpected way.