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Amandeep Singh Madra, Parmjit Singh
Format: Hard Cover
A sweeping history chronicling the emergence of one of the world's most remarkable warrior cultures, and its encounters with the British Empire.
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Massimo Montanari, translated by Gregory Conti
From legend to history - the myths surrounding the world's favourite dish, debunked.
A major new history of post-war Europe
A historical search and find book featuring some of the most famous battles and events of World War Two.
Tore Skeie, translated by Alison McCullough
A thrilling work of popular history that gives a new perspective on the Viking-Anglo Saxon conflicts and brings the bloody period vividly to life.
Heroic, hilarious and sometimes just plain weird . . . Jim Eames shares great Qantas stories from World War II to the age of the jumbo and beyond.
The story of the bombing of Darwin and the Japanese midget sub attack on Sydney Harbour in one volume from the bestselling author of An Awkward Truth and A Very Rude Awakening.
Dr Ben Robinson
Villages have held a sway over our collective imaginations for well over a millennia. But how well do we really know these bastions of Britishness?
An exploration of the women's movement in Britain, and the extraordinary women behind it.
The shocking story of the worst year of violence in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, which included Bloody Sunday, published to coincide with the 50th anniversary.
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