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The New Yorker Book of the 50s
The New Yorker Book of the 50s
The cultural and political history of the 1950s, as told by the New Yorker.
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A Broken World
A Broken World
Edited by the bestselling author of Birdsong and Dr Hope Wolf, this is an original and illuminating non-fiction anthology of writing on the First World War.
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The Lives of the Famous and the Infamous
The Lives of the Famous and the Infamous
All you need to know about anyone who mattered from the highly respected and very popular current affairs magazine, The Week
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A Very British Killing
A Very British Killing A. T. Williams
Winner of the Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2013 This is the true story of a murder that sums up the stink of invading Iraq and why the Iraq story is far from over.
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Abigail Adams: Letters: Library of America #275
Abigail Adams: Letters: Library of America #275 Abigail Adams
Abigail Adams: Letters presents 450 texts—including more than a hundred published here for the first time—chosen and annotated by acclaimed Adams biographer Edith Gelles. 
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Voices of the Pacific: Untold Stories from the Marine Heroes of World War II
Voices of the Pacific: Untold Stories from the Marine Heroes of World War II Adam Makos, Marcus Brotherton
With unprecedented access to the veterans, rare photographs, and unpublished memoirs, Voices of the Pacific presents true stories of heroism as told by such World War II veterans as Sid Phillips, R. V. Burgin, and Chuck Tatum . . .
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The Last Fifty Miles
The Last Fifty Miles Adam Wakeling
The Last Fifty Miles is the riveting account of how, when it mattered most, Australia stood up to play a critical role in one of the most decisive victories of World War One. Told with immediacy, lyricism and a clear-eyed focus by a brilliant new talent in history writing, it relives an extraordinary, neglected chapter of Australia's past.
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The Battle For Pusan
The Battle For Pusan Addison Terry
“A fascinating first-person account of the early days of the Korean War.” - themilitarybookreview.com
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British Muslim Soldier Adnan Sarwar
The Army can be family. The Army can be religion. The Army can be your identity. Adnan Sarwar – Pakistani boy from Burnley, good Muslim son, British squaddie – tells us why and how he became a British Muslim Soldier.
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The Long Weekend
The Long Weekend Adrian Tinniswood
The Sunday Times bestseller - a beautifully illustrated, evocative history of the English country house in the 20s and 30s
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The Great Fire of London
The Great Fire of London Adrian Tinniswood
On the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London read this essential companion to the gripping story of one of London's worst disasters
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Brit(ish)
Brit(ish) Afua Hirsch
The Sunday Times bestseller that reveals the uncomfortable truth about race in Britain today – and calls for urgent change
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