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Victoria A Life
A. N. Wilson
September 2014 Non-Fiction Book of the Month. Having recently read Yvonne Ward’s Censoring Queen Victoria (recommended below) I was somewhat prepared for A N Wilson’s revelatory biography of the woman he calls “one...
Format: Hardback - Released: 04/09/2014
     

The Greatest Escape How One French Community Saved Thousands of Lives from the Nazis - A Good Place to Hide
Peter Grose
September 2014 Non-Fiction Book of the Month. This true story should be heard, should be shouted from the rooftops, as not only is it completely gripping, fascinating and inspirational but there are also...
Format: Hardback - Released: 11/07/2014
     

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Year Zero A History of 1945
Ian Buruma
World War II might have officially ended in 1945 but the ongoing turmoil and retribution that Ian Buruma portrays is chilling. The violence of the aggressors, the violence too of the humiliated underdog, the rape and murder of German women...
Format: Paperback - Released: 04/09/2014
     

Dunkirk From Disaster to Deliverance - Testimonies of the Last Survivors
Sinclair McKay
The events of Dunkirk – the evacuation of the troops by the “little ships” has become part of the British myth. Here using commentary from the survivors together with archive material the story of Dunkirk is retold, bringing alive the...
Format: Hardback - Released: 18/09/2014
     

A Short History of the First World War
Gary Sheffield
All you need to know about WW1 from one of the world's foremost experts. Accessible and authoritative, this is the ultimate introduction for anyone wanting a clear understanding of what happened and why.
Format: Paperback - Released: 04/09/2014
     

Tommy's War The Western Front in Soldiers' Words and Photographs
Richard Van Emden
Conventional histories of the Great War have tended to focus on the terrible attritional battles of Ypres, of Arras and of the Somme. What they do not tell us is what life was like for the ordinary soldier, what mattered...
Format: Hardback - Released: 05/06/2014
     

Fields of Blood Religion and the History of Violence
Karen Armstrong
Countering the atheist claim that believers are by default violent fanatics and religion is the cause of all major wars, Karen Armstrong demonstrates that religious faith is not inherently violent. In fact, the world's major religions have throughout their history...
Format: Hardback - Released: 25/09/2014
     

Maps: Their Untold Stories
Rose Mitchell, Andrew Janes
A map is a snapshot of a place, a city, a nation or even the world at a given point in time - fascinating for what they tell us about the way our ancestors saw themselves, their neighbours and their...
Format: Hardback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

Agincourt My Family, the Battle and the Fight for France
Sir Ranulph, Bt OBE Fiennes
25 October 2015 is the 600th anniversary of the battle of Agincourt - a hugely resonant event in English (and French) history. Sir Ranulph Fiennes casts new light on this epic event, revealing that three of his own ancestors fought...
Format: Hardback - Released: 25/09/2014
     

The Long Shadow The Great War and the Twentieth Century
David Reynolds
In Britain we have lost touch with the Great War. Our overriding sense now is of a meaningless, futile bloodbath in the mud of Flanders -- of young men whose lives were cut off in their prime for no evident...
Format: Paperback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

The Word at War World War Two in 100 Phrases
Philip Gooden, Peter Lewis
War words have embedded themselves in our collective psyche; British politicians are fond of invoking the 'Dunkirk spirit' whenever the country is faced with major crisis or even minor adversity, and Roosevelt's famous description of Pearl Harbor as 'a date...
Format: Hardback - Released: 25/09/2014
     

War Dog The No-Man's Land Puppy Who Took to the Skies
Damien Lewis
In the winter of 1939 in the cold snow of no-man's-land, two loners met and began an extraordinary journey together, one that would bind them for the rest of their lives. One was an orphaned puppy, abandoned by his owners...
Format: Paperback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

Trains to the Trenches The Men, Locomotives and Tracks That Took the Armies to War 1914-18
Andrew Roden, Annie Winsland
Without the railways for the Great Powers, the most terrible conflict the world has ever known would have taken a very different form - if it had happened at all. In a remarkable historical railway journey through Britain and Europe,...
Format: Hardback - Released: 30/10/2014
     

Thomas Cromwell The Untold Story of Henry VIII's Most Faithful Servant
Tracy Borman
Thomas Cromwell is known to millions as the leading character in Hilary Mantel's bestselling Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. But who was the real Cromwell? Born a lowly tavern keeper's son, Cromwell rose swiftly through the ranks to...
Format: Hardback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

Secrets of the National Archives The Stories Behind the Letters and Documents of Our Past
National Archives
The National Archives is one of the most remarkable collections of documents in the world, holding over 120 miles of papers. In 2010 the staff at the Archives were asked to select their favourite document. The results of this poll...
Format: Hardback - Released: 18/09/2014
     

The Second World War
Antony Beevor
The Second World War began in August 1939 on the edge of Manchuria and ended there exactly six years later with the Soviet invasion of northern China. The war in Europe appeared completely divorced from the war in the Pacific...
Format: Paperback - Released: 18/09/2014
     

Modernity Britain Book Two: A Shake of the Dice, 1959-62
David Kynaston
David Kynaston's history of post-war Britain has so far taken us from the radically reforming Labour governments of the late 1940s in Austerity Britain, through the growing prosperity of Family Britain's more placid 1950s, to the very cusp of the...
Format: Hardback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

The Downfall of Money Germany's Hyperinflation and the Destruction of the Middle Class
Frederick Taylor
Many theorists believed a hundred years ago, just as they did at the beginning of our twenty-first century, that the world had reached a state of economic perfection, a never before seen condition of beneficial human interdependence that would lead...
Format: Paperback - Released: 11/09/2014
     

Death in the Baltic The World War II Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff
Cathryn Prince
January 1945: the outcome of World War II has been determined. The Third Reich is in free fall as the Russians close in from the east. Berlin plans an eleventh-hour exodus for the German civilians trapped in the Red Army's...
Format: Paperback - Released: 14/08/2014
     

The Race Against the Stasi The Incredible Story of Dieter Wiedemann, the Iron Curtain and the Greatest Cycling Race on Earth
Herbie Sykes
When the 'Iron Curtain' descended across Europe, Dieter Wiedemann was a hero of East German sport. A podium finisher in The Peace Race, the Eastern Bloc equivalent of the Tour de France, he was a pin-up for the supremacy of...
Format: Hardback - Released: 04/09/2014
     

Belles and Whistles Five Journeys Through Time on Britain's Trains
Andrew (Professor) Martin
In the heroic days of rail travel, you could dine on kippers and champagne aboard the Brighton Belle; smoke a post-prandial cigar as the Golden Arrow closed in on Paris, or be shaved by the Flying Scotsman's on-board barber. Everyone...
Format: Hardback - Released: 04/09/2014
     


History is a fascinating topic whether it be the history of a country, the history of warfare or the history of an individual. Although we have promoted historical books over the years in our real world and biography genres we felt it was time these titles got their own special spot on the site and so we bring you a dedicated History genre.

 

To mark the centenary of the outbreak of WW1 in 1914, we have created a special section of books, fiction and non-fiction, new titles and old ones, to reflect the tragedy of the First World War. Click here to find out more.


Take David Kynaston’s Family Britain, unputdownable narrative history that leaves you impatient for the next instalment or Mary Beard’s Pompeii, an enthralling account of this rediscovered city. There’s humour in Charlie Connolly’s And Did Those Feet and in Matthew Engel’s Eleven Minutes Late as they investigate history through road and rail respectively. And we have tragedy – Xinran’s Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother is guaranteed to touch any heart.  There’s tragedy too in Wendy Moore’s Wedlock featuring a villain so evil it’s hard to believe this in non-fiction we’re reading but this is one story that did turn into fiction, the case outlined in Wendy Moore’s book provided the inspiration for William Thackeray’s novel Barry Lyndon.

I would also especially recommend Roger Hutchinson’s family history, Walking to America. By pulling on one of history’s countless threads he uncovers a wealth of detail, of human love and loss that without his brilliant book would be lost to us all. It’s a worthy successor to his inspirational Calum’s Road which I’ve also recommended.


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The Country House at War - Fighting the Great War at Home and in the Trenches
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The Men Who United the States The Amazing Stories of the Explorers, Inventors and Mavericks Who Made America
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The King's Grave The Search for Richard III
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After Hitler The Last Days of the Second World War in Europe
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The Men Who Lost America British Command During the Revolutionary War and the Preservation of the Empire
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Shopgirls The True Story of Life Behind the Counter
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