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William Dalrymple

White Mughals is the love story of lovers James Achilles Kirkpatrick and Khair un-Nissa, two people belonging to diverse cultures and races at a time when India...

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Roger Osborne

Ever since the attacks of September 11, 2001, Western leaders have described a world engaged in "a fight for civilization." But what do we mean by civ...

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Jean Markale

A comprehensive examination of the enigma of the Templars and their lost treasure based on original source documents. • Considers the possibility that t...

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Tom Holland

Of all the civilisations existing in the year 1000, that of Western Europe seemed the unlikeliest candidate for future greatness. Compared to the glittering emp...

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Christian Wolmar

The opening of the world's first railroad in Britain and America in 1830 marked the dawn of a new age. Within the course of a decade, tracks were being laid...

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Nayan Chanda

Since humans migrated from Africa and dispersed throughout the world, they have found countless ways and reasons to reconnect with each other. In this entert...

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Herbert Krosney

Judas Iscariot. He’s been hated and reviled through the ages as Jesus Christ’s betrayer–the close friend who sells him out for 30 pieces of...

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Abraham Eraly

The Mughal emperors were larger-than-life figures, men written on a supra-human scale who exercised absolute power. The three centuries of their rule mark one o...

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Homer

Nearly three thousand years after they were composed, The Iliad and The Odyssey remain two of the most celebrated and widely read stories ever told, yet next to...

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Isaiah Berlin

'I was exhausted at the end, & yet I am sure that if ever I saw & heard anyone in a true state of inspiration it was then.' So wrote Isaiah B...

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Jonathan Phillips

In 1202, zealous Western Christians gathered in Venice determined to liberate Jerusalem from the grip of Islam. But the crusaders never made it to the Holy Land...

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Paul Doherty

Alexander the Great remains a glorious enigma: a man who wanted to be a god, a Greek who wanted to be Persian, a defender of liberty who took away the freedom o...

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