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The Immigrants
The Immigrants Tony Simpson
The fascinating social, economic and political story of nineteenth century immigration to New Zealand
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Dark Heart
Dark Heart Douglas Skelton
The first book to singularly explore the history of Edinburgh's legendary Old Tolbooth Jail
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The Lost Village
The Lost Village Richard Askwith
A quest for a disappearing England; a dramatically readable search for the fading voices and patterns of a rural way of life
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Civilization
Civilization Niall Ferguson
How the West's six 'killer apps' transformed the history of the world.
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The Line Upon A Wind
The Line Upon A Wind Noel Mostert
The triumphant story of the last and greatest war under sail, an intimate history of the turbulent decades of global conflict that embraced the passage from one century to another.
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The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC
The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC Hannah Arendt
Arendt's definitive work on totalitarianism, a surprise bestseller in 2017.
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The Book Of Tea
The Book Of Tea Kakuzo Okakura
This 1906 guide to the beauty of the tea ceremony is both a paean to the art of simplicity, and a wry critique of the West's view of Japan.
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The Spy with 29 Names
The Spy with 29 Names Jason Webster
The full story of the greatest double agent in history, the spy who fooled Hitler, saved thousands of Allied lives and helped shape the world we live in
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Richard II
Richard II William Shakespeare
The acclaimed Pelican Shakespeare series, now in a dazzling new series design.
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Electric Shock
Electric Shock Peter Doggett
A thrilling, panoramic history of popular music from the birth of recorded sound to the present day
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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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The Boy Colonel
The Boy Colonel Will Davies
Known as The Boy Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Marks, was the youngest battalion commander in the AIF and highly regarded not only as a future military commander, but as a business and community leader.
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Dance of the Peacocks
Dance of the Peacocks James McNeish
The true story of five talented young men in exile in the time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung.
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The Horse in Australia
The Horse in Australia Fiona Carruthers
A beautiful and comprehensive book on horses.
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