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Jambusters - The remarkable story which has inspired the ITV drama Home Fires (Paperback, TV Tie-In): Julie Summers Jambusters - The remarkable story which has inspired the ITV drama Home Fires (Paperback, TV Tie-In)
Julie Summers 1
R214 R142 Discovery Miles 1 420 Save R72 (34%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The compelling true story that inspired the hugely successful major ITV drama series HOME FIRES - now in its second season. The Second World War was the WI's finest hour. The whole of its previous history - two decades of educating, entertaining and supporting women and campaigning on women's issues - culminated in the enormous collective responsibility felt by the members to 'do their bit' for Britain. With all the vigour, energy and enthusiasm at their disposal, a third of a million country women set out to make their lives and the lives of those around them more bearable in what they described as 'a period of insanity'. Through archive material and interviews with many WI members, Julie Summers takes us behind the scenes, revealing their nitty-gritty approach to the daily problems presented by the conflict. Jambusters is the fascinating story of how the Women's Institute pulled rural Britain through the war with pots of jam and a spirit of make-do-and-mend.

Lyndon B. Johnson - Portrait of a President (Paperback): Robert Dallek Lyndon B. Johnson - Portrait of a President (Paperback)
Robert Dallek
R707 Discovery Miles 7 070 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Robert Dallek's brilliant two-volume biography of Lyndon Johnson has received an avalanche of praise. Michael Beschloss, in The Los Angeles Times, said that it "succeeds brilliantly." The New York Times called it "rock solid" and The Washington Post hailed it as "invaluable." And Sidney Blumenthal in The Boston Globe wrote that it was "dense with astonishing incidents."
Now Dallek has condensed his two-volume masterpiece into what is surely the finest one-volume biography of Johnson available. Based on years of research in over 450 manuscript collections and oral histories, as well as numerous personal interviews, this biography follows Johnson, the "human dynamo," from the Texas hill country to the White House. We see LBJ, in the House and the Senate, whirl his way through sixteen- and eighteen-hour days, talking, urging, demanding, reaching for influence and power, in an uncommonly successful congressional career. Then, in the White House, we see Johnson as the visionary leader who worked his will on Congress like no president before or since, enacting a range of crucial legislation, from Medicare and environmental protection to the most significant advances in civil rights for black Americans ever achieved. And we see the depth of Johnson's private anguish as he became increasingly ensnared in Vietnam.
In these pages Johnson emerges as a man of towering intensity and anguished insecurity, of grandiose ambition and grave self-doubt, a man who was brilliant, crude, intimidating, compassionate, overbearing, driven: "A tornado in pants." Gracefully written and delicately balanced, this

Fort Robinson and the American Century 1900-1948 (Paperback): T.R. Buecker Fort Robinson and the American Century 1900-1948 (Paperback)
T.R. Buecker
R385 R310 Discovery Miles 3 100 Save R75 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Most fort histories end when the military lowers the flag for the last time and the soldiers march out. In contrast, Fort Robinson--occupied and used for more than fifty years since its abandonment by the U.S. army--has taken on new roles. This book recounts the story of this famous northwestern Nebraska army post as it underwent remarkable transformation in the first half of the twentieth century.

In the early 1900s, Fort Robinson hosted the last of the African American buffalo soldiers to serve in Nebraska. In the 1920s and 1930s the fort procured and issued thousands of horses for the U.S. army's largest remount depot. During World War II, Fort Robinson housed the army's primary war dog training center and served as a major internment camp for German prisoners of war. After 1948, Fort Robinson became a beef research center and is now the state's premier park.

"Fort Robinson and the American Century, 1900-1948," is based on more than twenty years of archival research as well as the personal recollections of the men and women who served at the fort. More than ninety photographs and five maps supplement the narrative.

Tahrir: The Last 18 Days of Mubarak - An Insider's Account of the Uprising in Tahrir (Paperback): Abdel-Latif El Menawy Tahrir: The Last 18 Days of Mubarak - An Insider's Account of the Uprising in Tahrir (Paperback)
Abdel-Latif El Menawy; Edited by Michael Binyon
R301 Discovery Miles 3 010 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

For 18 days of his life, starting the 25th of January 2011 up to the 11th of February, Abdel Latif El Menawy slept in his office inside Egypt's State TV building. The landmark building behind Tahrir Square was under constant siege, locked down by tanks and barbed wire as protesters massed outside the building. Throughout events, he was constantly in touch with the President and the ruling clique led by the President's son and heir apparent, Gamal, as well as senior government ministers and officers at the highest levels of the Defence and Intelligence services. All the while, he kept the TV channels running, working with a skeleton crew of exhausted, scared, yet committed journalists and technicians.

Edexcel A Level History, Paper 3: Britain: losing and gaining an empire, 1763-1914 Student Book + ActiveBook (Paperback): Nikki... Edexcel A Level History, Paper 3: Britain: losing and gaining an empire, 1763-1914 Student Book + ActiveBook (Paperback)
Nikki Christie, Brendan Christie, Adam Kidson
R449 Discovery Miles 4 490 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book: covers the essential content in the new specifications in a rigorous and engaging way, using detailed narrative, sources, timelines, key words, helpful activities and extension material helps develop conceptual understanding of areas such as evidence, interpretations, causation and change, through targeted activities provides assessment support for A level with sample answers, sources, practice questions and guidance to help you tackle the new-style exam questions. It also comes with three years' access to ActiveBook, an online, digital version of your textbook to help you personalise your learning as you go through the course - perfect for revision.

Black Baseball Entrepreneurs, 1860-1901 - Operating by Any Means Necessary (Paperback, 1st ed): Michael E. Lomax Black Baseball Entrepreneurs, 1860-1901 - Operating by Any Means Necessary (Paperback, 1st ed)
Michael E. Lomax
R382 R308 Discovery Miles 3 080 Save R74 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

An important and forgotten chapter in sports and African American history. Here is the first in-depth account of the birth of black baseball and its dramatic passage from grass-roots venture to commercial enterprise. In the late nineteenth century resourceful black businessmen founded ball teams that became the Negro Leagues. Racial bias aside, they faced vast odds, from the need to court white sponsors to negotiating ball parks. With no blacks in cities, they barnstormed small towns to attract fans, employing all manner of gimmickry to rouse attention. Drawing on major newspapers and obscure African-American journals, the author explores the diverse forces that shaped minority baseball. He looks unflinchingly at prejudice in amateur and pro circles and constant inadequate press coverage. He assesses the impact of urbanization, migration, and the rise of northern ghettoes, and he applauds those bold innovators who forged black baseball into a parallel club that appealed to whites yet nurtured a uniquely African American playing style. This was black baseball's finest hour: at once a source of great ethnic pride and a hardwon pathway for integration into the mainstream.

The Rise and Fall of the British Nation - A Twentieth-Century History (Paperback): David Edgerton The Rise and Fall of the British Nation - A Twentieth-Century History (Paperback)
David Edgerton 1
R315 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Save R90 (29%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

'Forget almost everything you thought you knew about Britain ... You will not find a better informed history' David Goodhart, Evening Standard 'A striking new perspective on our past' Piers Brendon, Literary Review From the acclaimed author of Britain's War Machine and The Shock of the Old, a bold reassessment of Britain's twentieth century. It is usual to see the United Kingdom as an island of continuity in an otherwise convulsed and unstable Europe; its political history a smooth sequence of administrations, from building a welfare state to coping with decline. Nobody would dream of writing the history of Germany, say, or the Soviet Union in this way. David Edgerton's major new history breaks out of the confines of traditional British national history to redefine what it was to British, and to reveal an unfamiliar place, subject to huge disruptions. This was not simply because of the world wars and global economic transformations, but in its very nature. Until the 1940s the United Kingdom was, Edgerton argues, an exceptional place: liberal, capitalist and anti-nationalist, at the heart of a European and global web of trade and influence. Then, as its global position collapsed, it became, for the first time and only briefly, a real, successful nation, with shared goals, horizons and industry, before reinventing itself again in the 1970s as part of the European Union and as the host for international capital, no longer capable of being a nation. Packed with surprising examples and arguments, The Rise and Fall of the British Nation gives us a grown-up, unsentimental history which takes business and warfare seriously, and which is crucial at a moment of serious reconsideration for the country and its future.

A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed): Lewis Spence A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Lewis Spence
R512 R402 Discovery Miles 4 020 Save R110 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A colorful portrait of a vanished time and a way of life filled with many memorable characters. As a child in the 1930s, Spence spent several summers on Upper Saranac Lake, over which his imperious blue-blooded Kentucky grandfather presided. Using his grandfather as a focal point, the author depicts the construction, decor and lifestyle associated with the great camps. While his grandfather indulged a life of patrician arrogance by recasting his ancestors as Civil War heroes and cultivating the local elite, Bud, the young scion of his line, took up more practical pursuits. His tutor was the camp's handyman and erstwhile guide, an uncouth Swede who relished profanity and waged daily battles with a tin boat.

Edexcel AS/A Level History, Paper 1&2: Searching for rights and freedoms in the 20th century Student Book + ActiveBook... Edexcel AS/A Level History, Paper 1&2: Searching for rights and freedoms in the 20th century Student Book + ActiveBook (Paperback)
Rosemary Rees, Jane Shuter, William Beinart
R755 Discovery Miles 7 550 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Exam Board: Edexcel Level: A level Subject: History First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 This book: covers the essential content in the new specifications in a rigorous and engaging way, using detailed narrative, sources, timelines, key words, helpful activities and extension material helps develop conceptual understanding of areas such as evidence, interpretations, causation and change, through targeted activities provides assessment support for both AS and A level with sample answers, sources, practice questions and guidance to help you tackle the new-style exam questions. It also comes with three years' access to ActiveBook, an online, digital version of your textbook to help you personalise your learning as you go through the course - perfect for revision.

New Deal Cowboy - Gene Autry and Public Diplomacy (Hardcover): Michael Duchemin New Deal Cowboy - Gene Autry and Public Diplomacy (Hardcover)
Michael Duchemin
R815 Discovery Miles 8 150 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Witnessing Partition - Memory, History, Fiction (Hardcover): Tarun K. Saint Witnessing Partition - Memory, History, Fiction (Hardcover)
Tarun K. Saint
R1,988 Discovery Miles 19 880 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book deals with the representation of the Partition of India ? the experience of trauma and violence ? through fiction, literary motifs and narratives, and shows that in examining the nature of such testimony through history, cultural memory has a significant role to play.

Crack - Rock Cocaine, Street Capitalism, and the Decade of Greed (Hardcover): David Farber Crack - Rock Cocaine, Street Capitalism, and the Decade of Greed (Hardcover)
David Farber
R479 R380 Discovery Miles 3 800 Save R99 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A shattering account of the crack cocaine years from award-winning American historian David Farber, Crack tells the story of the young men who bet their lives on the rewards of selling "rock" cocaine, the people who gave themselves over to the crack pipe, and the often-merciless authorities who incarcerated legions of African Americans caught in the crack cocaine underworld. Based on interviews, archival research, judicial records, underground videos, and prison memoirs, Crack explains why, in a de-industrializing America in which market forces ruled and entrepreneurial risk-taking was celebrated, the crack industry was a lucrative enterprise for the "Horatio Alger boys" of their place and time. These young, predominately African American entrepreneurs were profit-sharing partners in a deviant, criminal form of economic globalization. Hip Hop artists often celebrated their exploits but overwhelmingly, Americans-across racial lines--did not. Crack takes a hard look at the dark side of late twentieth-century capitalism.

Edexcel AS/A Level History, Paper 1&2: Communist states in the 20th century Student Book + ActiveBook (Paperback): Steve... Edexcel AS/A Level History, Paper 1&2: Communist states in the 20th century Student Book + ActiveBook (Paperback)
Steve Phillips, Ben Gregory, Nigel Bushnell
R751 Discovery Miles 7 510 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Exam Board: Edexcel Level: A level Subject: History First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 This book: covers the essential content in the new specifications in a rigorous and engaging way, using detailed narrative, sources, timelines, key words, helpful activities and extension material helps develop conceptual understanding of areas such as evidence, interpretations, causation and change, through targeted activities provides assessment support for both AS and A level with sample answers, sources, practice questions and guidance to help you tackle the new-style exam questions. It also comes with three years' access to ActiveBook, an online, digital version of your textbook to help you personalise your learning as you go through the course - perfect for revision.

War and the Media - A Random Searchlight (Hardcover): John Stanier, Miles Hudson War and the Media - A Random Searchlight (Hardcover)
John Stanier, Miles Hudson
R1,987 Discovery Miles 19 870 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

During the Gulf war, news of the conflict was virtually harnessed by the American-led alliance. Yet, when U.S. soldiers moved on Somalia without resistance, their landing was lent a surreal quality by hordes of journalists filming their every maneuver. In this age of instant communication, wars are often defined by their coverage, as with Vietnam; yet the symbiosis between warriors and journalists has a long history.

War and the Media provides a sweeping overview of how the media has covered international conflicts in this century. Devoting each of the book's twelve chapters to a particular conflict, from the world wars to Vietnam, the Falklands, the Gulf War, and the Balkans, Miles Hudson and John Stanier here trace the evolution of the often contentious and always dramatic role of the media in twentieth-century military campaigns.

Rebel Women - Feminism, Modernism and the Edwardian Novel (Paperback, Univ of Chicago PR ed.): Jane Eldridge Miller Rebel Women - Feminism, Modernism and the Edwardian Novel (Paperback, Univ of Chicago PR ed.)
Jane Eldridge Miller
R778 Discovery Miles 7 780 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

With the rise of women's suffrage, challenges to marriage and divorce laws, and expanding opportunities for education and employment for women, the early years of the twentieth century were a time of social revolution. Examining British novels written in 1890-1914, Jane Eldridge Miller demonstrates how these social, legal, and economic changes rendered the traditional narratives of romantic desire and marital closure inadequate, forcing Edwardian novelists to counter the limitations and ideological implications of those narratives with innovative strategies. The original and provocative novels that resulted depict the experiences of modern women with unprecedented variety, specificity, and frankness. "Rebel Women" is a major re-evaluation of Edwardian fiction and a significant contribution to literary history and criticism. "Miller's is the best account we have, not only of Edwardian women novelists, but of early 20th-century women novelists; the measure of her achievement is that the distinction no longer seems workable." --David Trotter, "The London Review of Books"

The Game - Harvard, Yale, and America in 1968 (Paperback): George Howe Colt The Game - Harvard, Yale, and America in 1968 (Paperback)
George Howe Colt
R358 R293 Discovery Miles 2 930 Save R65 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Speeches that Made History - Over 100 of the most influential speeches ever made (Paperback): Bounty Speeches that Made History - Over 100 of the most influential speeches ever made (Paperback)
Bounty
R165 R130 Discovery Miles 1 300 Save R35 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

Speeches that Made History is a collection of speeches, addresses, declarations and announcements that have shaped history. Some have changed the way people think, others have changed the course of events across the globe - sometimes for the better, at other times with devastating results. From Descartes' 'Discourse on Method' to Gandhi's speech about the 'seven social sins', and Barack Obama's Inaugural Address to Karl Marx's preamble to 'The Communist Manifesto', here are the words that have inspired people, forged ideologies and shaped nations. Chapters: Ancient History Love Religion Science Patriotism Philosophy Humanity & Liberty Sport Politics War Miscellaneous

The Cambridge History of Communism - The Cambridge History of Communism 3 Volume Hardback Set (Hardcover): Silvio Pons The Cambridge History of Communism - The Cambridge History of Communism 3 Volume Hardback Set (Hardcover)
Silvio Pons
R7,013 Discovery Miles 70 130 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Cambridge History of Communism is an unprecedented global history of communism in the twentieth century. With contributions from a team of leading historians, economists, political scientists and sociologists, the three volumes examine communism in the context of wider political, social, cultural, and economic processes, while at the same time revealing how it contributed to shaping them. Volume One deals with the roots, impact, and development of communism, analysing the tumultuous events from the Russian Revolution of 1917 to the Second World War, and historical personalities such as Lenin, Stalin, and Trotsky. Volumes Two and Three then review the global impact of communism, focusing on the Cold War, the Chinese Revolution, the Vietnam War and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Union. Together, the volumes explain why a movement that sought to bring revolution on a global scale, overthrowing capitalism and parliamentary democracy, acquired such force and influence.

Russia 1914-41 for CCEA AS Level (Paperback): Jim McBride Russia 1914-41 for CCEA AS Level (Paperback)
Jim McBride
R269 Discovery Miles 2 690 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Written to assist teachers and students to meet the requirements of CCEA's GCE History AS Unit 2, `Russia 1914-41', this book examines the complex and compelling story of the transformation of Russia (as it was in 1914) into the USSR (as it was in 1941). When the Tsarist regime collapsed in February 1917 and the Bolsheviks seized power that October, the course of Russian history would be irrevocably changed. It became a country dominated by strong personalities - from Lenin to Trotsky to Stalin - while its people were subject to unspeakable atrocities, including the Red Terror of 1918, and the Great Purges of the 1930s. The book will examine the key events and personalities of the era; outline the economic policies implemented by Stalin and Lenin; look at the impact of terror, propaganda and the cult of personality; and touch upon the position of women, family, religion and the arts in Russian society.

The Library Book (Paperback): Susan Orlean The Library Book (Paperback)
Susan Orlean
R332 R272 Discovery Miles 2 720 Save R60 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom - The Quest for Legitimation in French Indochina, 1850-1960 (Paperback): Mai Na M. Lee Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom - The Quest for Legitimation in French Indochina, 1850-1960 (Paperback)
Mai Na M. Lee
R577 R452 Discovery Miles 4 520 Save R125 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Countering notions that Hmong history begins and ends with the "Secret War" in Laos of the 1960s and 1970s, Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom reveals how the Hmong experience of modernity is grounded in their sense of their own ancient past, when this now-stateless people had their own king and kingdom, and illuminates their political choices over the course of a century in a highly contested region of Asia. China, Vietnam, and Laos, the Hmong continuously negotiated with these states and with the French to maintain political autonomy in a world of shifting boundaries, emerging nation-states, and contentious nationalist movements and ideologies. Often divided by clan rivalries, the Hmong placed their hope in finding a leader who could unify them and recover their sovereignty. In a compelling analysis of Hmong society and leadership throughout the French colonial period, Mai Na M. Lee identifies two kinds of leaders-political brokers who allied strategically with Southeast Asian governments and with the French, and messianic resistance leaders who claimed the Mandate of Heaven. The continuous rise and fall of such leaders led to cycles of collaboration and rebellion. After World War II, the powerful Hmong Ly clan and their allies sided with the French and the new monarchy in Laos, but the rival Hmong Lo clan and their supporters allied with Communist coalitions. Lee argues that the leadership struggles between Hmong clans destabilized French rule and hastened its demise. Martialing an impressive array of oral interviews conducted in the United States, France, and Southeast Asia, augmented with French archival documents, she demonstrates how, at the margins of empire, minorities such as the Hmong sway the direction of history.

Family, Faith and Love - Beyond Immigration (Paperback): Elizabeth McClure Family, Faith and Love - Beyond Immigration (Paperback)
Elizabeth McClure; Ralph Bartel; Edited by Alan G Bartel
R439 Discovery Miles 4 390 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Take Six Girls - The Lives of the Mitford Sisters (Hardcover, New Edition): Laura Thompson Take Six Girls - The Lives of the Mitford Sisters (Hardcover, New Edition)
Laura Thompson 1
R704 R549 Discovery Miles 5 490 Save R155 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The eldest was a razor-sharp novelist of upper-class manners; the second was loved by John Betjeman; the third was a fascist who married Oswald Mosley; the fourth idolized Hitler and shot herself in the head when Britain declared war on Germany; the fifth was a member of the American Communist Party; the sixth became Duchess of Devonshire.

They were the Mitford sisters: Nancy, Pamela, Diana, Unity, Jessica and Deborah. Born into country-house privilege in the early years of the 20th century, they became prominent as 'bright young things' in the high society of interwar London. Then, as the shadows crept over 1930s Europe, the stark - and very public - differences in their outlooks came to symbolize the political polarities of a dangerous decade.

The intertwined stories of their stylish and scandalous lives - recounted in masterly fashion by Laura Thompson - hold up a revelatory mirror to upper-class English life before and after WWII.

WJEC AS-level History Student Guide Unit 2: Weimar and its challenges c.1918-1933 (Paperback): Gareth Holt WJEC AS-level History Student Guide Unit 2: Weimar and its challenges c.1918-1933 (Paperback)
Gareth Holt
R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Exam board: WJEC Level: AS/A-level Subject: History First teaching: September 2015 First exams: Summer 2016 (AS); Summer 2017 (A-level) Build, reinforce and revise the historical knowledge and exam skills required for WJEC AS/A-level History. Matched to the 2016 specification for Wales, this study guide contains clear content summaries and annotated sample answers to exam questions. - Concisely covers the key issues and content in the specification, breaking the Unit down into manageable chunks - Consolidates understanding with regular knowledge-check questions, plus useful tips - Builds the analytical and evaluative skills that students need to succeed in AS/A-level History - Improves students' exam technique, providing sample student answers to past paper questions, with commentary to explain the number of marks awarded - Helps students to learn the content throughout the course, study independently and revise for their exams

The Last Palace - Europe's Extraordinary Century Through Five Lives and One House in Prague (Paperback): Norman Eisen The Last Palace - Europe's Extraordinary Century Through Five Lives and One House in Prague (Paperback)
Norman Eisen 1
R240 R189 Discovery Miles 1 890 Save R51 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

When Norman Eisen moved into the US ambassador's residence in Prague, returning to the land his mother had fled after the Holocaust, he was startled to discover swastikas hidden beneath the furniture. From that discovery unspooled the captivating, twisting tale of the remarkable people who lived in the house before Eisen. Their story is Europe's, telling the dramatic and surprisingly cyclical tale of the endurance of liberal democracy: the optimistic Jewish financial baron who built the palace; the conflicted Nazi general who put his life at risk for the house during World War II; the first postwar US ambassador struggling to save both the palace and Prague from communist hands; the child star- turned-diplomat who fought to end totalitarianism; and Eisen's own mother, whose life demonstrates how those without power and privilege moved through history. The Last Palace chronicles the upheavals that have transformed the continent over the past century and reveals how we never live far from the past.

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