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Karen Farrington

World War II was the most immense human conflict ever known. The handbook of world War II shows exactly how it took shape, from its beginnings in the confused p...


Gary Berntsen , Ralph Pezzullo

The Book the CIA Doesn’t Want You to Read Gary Berntsen, the CIA’s key commander coordinating the fight against the Taliban forces around Kabul, com...


Roger Moorhouse

For the first time in one enthralling book, here is the incredible true story of the numerous attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler and change the course of hist...


Catrine Clay

During the last days of July 1914 telegrams flew between the King, the Kaiser and the Tsar. George V, Wilhelm II and Nicholas II, known in the family as Georgie...


John Keegan

The First World War created the modern world. A conflict of unprecedented ferocity, it abruptly ended the relative peace and prosperity of the Victorian era, un...


Winston S. Churchill

Triumph and Tragedy is the sixth and last volume of Winston s. Churchill’s monumental the Second World War. The complete series is now available everywher...


Samanth Subramanian

In the summer of 2009, the leader of the dreaded Tamil Tiger guerrillas was killed, bringing to a bloody end the stubborn and complicated civil war in Sri Lanka...


David Halberstam

In this long-awaited successor to his #1 national bestseller "The Best and the Brightest," David Halberstam describes in fascinating human detail how ...


Mark Urban

The size of western armed forces, their stocks of weaponry and their readiness for combat are declining. Meanwhile, growing nationalism is hampering internation...


John Masters

First published in 1951, The Nightrunners of Bengal is one of John Masters' series of seven novels which followed several generations of the Savage family s...

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Martin Allen

At last, new archival discoveries reveal the truth about the German Deputy-Führer’s incredible solo flight to Britain in May 1941, and explain the Br...

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Charles Berlitz

Did a top-secret US Navy experiment in 1943 really succeed in making newly built destroyer invisible? Or even, according to some accounts, disappear altogether ...

In Circulation