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The Celebrated Pedestrian and Other Historical Curiosities
The Celebrated Pedestrian and Other Historical Curiosities
The first ever miscellany from the team at BBC History Magazine
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Terry Jones' Medieval Lives
Terry Jones' Medieval Lives Alan Ereira, Terry Jones
A vibrant insight into Medieval Britain which will surprise and provoke every reader.
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Terry Jones' Barbarians
Terry Jones' Barbarians Alan Ereira, Terry Jones
An entertaining rewriting of Roman history from the perspective of the ‘Barbarians’ – who weren’t really barbaric at all!
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Elizabeth: Her Life, Our Times
Elizabeth: Her Life, Our Times Alan Titchmarsh
An affectionate tribute to Queen Elizabeth's 60-year reign over an ever-changing Britain and its people.
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When I Was a Nipper
When I Was a Nipper Alan Titchmarsh
Alan Titchmarsh looks back to 1950s Britain to see what we can learn for our lives today
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Carols From King's
Carols From King's Alexandra Coghlan
A celebration of our favourite carols and Radio 4’s much loved annual broadcast
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The Battle Of The Atlantic
The Battle Of The Atlantic Andrew Williams
'...an excellent book.' Sunday Express
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The Cold War
The Cold War Bridget Kendall
A riveting oral history of the Cold War, drawing on interviews with those who lived through its key events, based on the BBC Radio 4 series
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20th Century Battlefields
20th Century Battlefields Dan Snow, Peter Snow
This is the story of the most intense and bitterly fought battles of the twentieth century, and their lasting impact on the world.
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Who Do You Think You Are?
Who Do You Think You Are? Dan Waddell
The concise, easy-to-use guide to tracing your family tree, from the hit BBC series that sparked the nation's interest in our family histories.
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100 Places That Made Britain
100 Places That Made Britain Dave Musgrove
A fascinating guide to the 100 most important historical sites in Britain, from the editor of BBC History Magazine
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David Starkey's Music and Monarchy
David Starkey's Music and Monarchy David Starkey
A new history of the British monarchy through its music, to accompany a BBC series with bestselling royal historian David Starkey.
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Heroes & Villains
Heroes & Villains Frank McLynn
The greatest military leaders in history and the psychological qualities that made them the ultimate warriors
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Foundries and Rolling Mills
Foundries and Rolling Mills Fred Dibnah, David Hall
A personal tour through Britain's industrial heritage by a true national treasure
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The Ascent Of Man
The Ascent Of Man Jacob Bronowski
A new paperback edition of Dr Bronowski's classic history of humankind, with a foreword by Richard Dawkins
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The Victorians
The Victorians Jeremy Paxman
Jeremy Paxman's bestselling exploration of Victorian society through its paintings - now in paperback
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The Story of Wales
The Story of Wales Jon Gower
An ambitious new one-volume history, to accompany a 6-part BBC series presented by Huw Edwards
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Egypt
Egypt Joyce Tyldesley
Follow the real-life Indiana Joneses in their quest for the splendid monuments, tombs and artefacts that have unlocked many of the secrets of this civilization.
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Great Lives
Great Lives Karen Farrington
Some of the world's most influential and fascinating characters, as nominated by the Great Lives guests
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Auschwitz
Auschwitz Laurence Rees
An excellent history of Auschwitz with an intellectual honesty that the subject badly needs
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The Nazis
The Nazis Laurence Rees
From BAFTA Award-winning historian Laurence Rees, the powerfully gripping story of the rise and fall of the Third Reich
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Horror In The East
Horror In The East Laurence Rees
Laurence Rees' cutting insight into the reasons behind Japanese brutality in the Pacific during WW2.
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World War Two: Behind Closed Doors
World War Two: Behind Closed Doors Laurence Rees
Laurence Rees' bestselling history of Stalin's relationship with the West - now in paperback
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Canals: The Making of a Nation
Canals: The Making of a Nation Liz McIvor
The fascinatingly rich story of the golden age of canals - to accompany a six-part series on BBC Four
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