100 tales of extraordinary women - the most highly supported original book ever in the history of crowdfunding.
What makes us brilliant? What makes us deadly? What makes us Sapiens? This bestselling history of our species challenges everything we know about being human.
Sapiens showed us where we came from. Homo Deus shows us where we're going.
On Anzac Day 1918, when the town of Villers-Bretonneux falls to the British defenders, it is the Australians who are called on to save the day, the town, and the entire battle.
From the internationally bestselling author of Zealot comes a fascinating, provocative and meticulously researched history of humanity’s relationship with the divine.
Eureka: The Unfinished Revolution ... history comes to life with Peter Fitzsimons.
Batavia is the greatest story in Australia’s history and history comes to life with Peter Fitzsimons.
The full story of the Australian victory at Beersheba secured by the Australian Light Horse – one of the last successful cavalry charges in history – to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the battle.
In the Trenches of Hell
A Daily Telegraph Book of the Year Five of England’s medieval queens come to life in the first volume of an epic new series from the bestselling historian.
Passchendaele epitomises everything that was most terrible about the Western Front. The photographs never sleep of this four-month battle, fought from July to November 1917, the worst year of the war: blackened tree stumps rising out of a field of mud, corpses of men and horses drowned in shell holes, terrified soldiers huddled in trenches awaiting the whistle.
The new novel by the number one bestselling author.
A history of the Jews - from Moses to the present day - by one of the world's finest historians, shot through with his own sense of what it means to have a Jewish history.
The History of Australia in 100 Objects is a fresh, accessible take on Australian history. It explores both well- and little-known stories through the objects of the time and the people who made and owned them.
A vivid exploration of the audacious, unauthorised stealth attacks of Australian infantrymen on the German front line in 1918
Throughout history our societies have worked through networks - of information, friendship, professions, families - Niall Ferguson's new bestseller is a history of this remarkable aspect of human existence, from the networks that first allowed us to explore the oceans to today's hyper-linked world.
Want to be an astronaut or a rocket scientist? - 50 brilliant stories of women who have blazed the way for space travel.
Translated into at least 24 languages and with over 12 million copies sold worldwide, Man's Search for Meaning is one of the seminal pieces of literature to emerge from the Second World War.
The sensational account of the overwhelming role of drug-taking in the Third Reich - from Hitler and his entourage to ordinary troops.
A milestone work of memoir, travel writing and history, The Bush by Don Watson takes us on a profoundly revelatory and entertaining journey through the Australian landscape and character.
On 25 April 1915, Allied forces landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in present-day Turkey to secure the sea route between Britain and France in the west and Russia in the east. After eight months of terrible fighting, they would fail.