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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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translated by Georgia Thomson, EMORIAL
A profoundly moving and powerful historical record - the letters sent by fathers imprisoned in the Gulag camps to their children.
An intriguing, first-of-its-kind cultural history of the turn of the 1960s.
A British Band of Brothers: a thrilling account of the Second World War, told through the eyes of a regiment who fought at battles from Tobruk to the D-Day Landings.
A unique account of the land and property owned by Oxford's grandest college.
Two seminal works of interwar German Jewish thought that tackle a still-urgent issue - the rise and spread of antisemitism, and the necessity of an intellectual resistance
An illustrated companion to the banners produced for the PROCESSIONS marches that were part of the 14-18 NOW programme in 2018.
The riveting story of the Shawnee brothers who led the last great pan-Indian confederacy against the United States, by the award-winning author of The Earth is Weeping.
Gurnek Bains, Kylie Bains and Bryony Heard
He escaped from Singapore's Changi prisoner of war camp to become one of Australia's great World War II guerrilla fighters.
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