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To Catch A King - Charles II's Great Escape (Paperback, Epub Edition): Charles Spencer To Catch A King - Charles II's Great Escape (Paperback, Epub Edition)
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R234 R163 Discovery Miles 1 630 Save R71 (30%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

How did the most wanted man in the country outwit the greatest manhunt in British history? In January 1649, King Charles I was beheaded in London outside his palace of Whitehall and Britain became a republic. When his eldest son, Charles, returned in 1651 to fight for his throne, he was crushed by the might of Cromwell's armies at the battle of Worcester. With 3,000 of his supporters lying dead and 10,000 taken prisoner, it seemed as if his dreams of power had been dashed. Surely it was a foregone conclusion that he would now be caught and follow his father to the block? At six foot two inches tall, the prince towered over his contemporaries and with dark skin inherited from his French-Italian mother, he stood out in a crowd. How would he fare on the run with Cromwell's soldiers on his tail and a vast price on his head? The next six weeks would form the most memorable and dramatic of Charles' life. Pursued relentlessly, Charles ran using disguise, deception and relying on grit, fortitude and good luck. He suffered grievously through weeks when his cause seemed hopeless. He hid in an oak tree - an event so fabled that over 400 English pubs are named Royal Oak in commemoration. Less well-known events include his witnessing a village in wild celebrations at the erroneous news of his killing; the ordeal of a medical student wrongly imprisoned because of his similarity in looks; he disguised himself as a servant and as one half of an eloping couple. Once restored to the throne as Charles II, he told the tale of his escapades to Samuel Pepys, who transcribed it all. In this gripping, action-packed, true adventure story, based on extensive archive material, Charles Spencer, bestselling author of Killers of the King, uses Pepys's account and many others to retell this epic adventure.

Flight (Hardcover): Stephen Woolford, Carl Warner Flight (Hardcover)
Stephen Woolford, Carl Warner
R585 R353 Discovery Miles 3 530 Save R232 (40%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

Witness the daring exploits and dangerous challenges that form the story of flight in this beautifully illustrated book, filled with rare photographs and historical documents. Celebrating 50 years since the first flight of the Boeing 747 and of Concorde, it describes the early pioneers, such as the Wright brothers and Alcock & Brown, as well as the highly skilled engineers developing aircraft today. From the early hot-air balloons of the Montgolfiers to the complex technology behind military jets and space rockets, Flight looks at how air power emerged as a new means of military combat and how it became the leading mode of international travel, all in the space of less than a century.

Fire and Fury (Paperback): Michael Wolff Fire and Fury (Paperback)
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R188 R146 Discovery Miles 1 460 Save R42 (22%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER NEW YORK TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER With extraordinary access to the Trump White House, Michael Wolff tells the inside story of the most controversial presidency of our time. The first nine months of Donald Trump's term were stormy, outrageous - and absolutely mesmerising. Now, thanks to his deep access to the West Wing, bestselling author Michael Wolff tells the riveting story of how Trump launched a tenure as volatile and fiery as the man himself. In this explosive book, Wolff provides a wealth of new details about the chaos in the Oval Office. Among the revelations: - What President Trump's staff really thinks of him - What inspired Trump to claim he was wire-tapped by President Obama - Why FBI director James Comey was really fired - Why chief strategist Steve Bannon and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner couldn't be in the same room - Who is really directing the Trump administration's strategy in the wake of Bannon's firing - What the secret to communicating with Trump is - What the Trump administration has in common with the movie The Producers Never before has a presidency so divided the American people. Brilliantly reported and astoundingly fresh, Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury shows us how and why Donald Trump has become the king of discord and disunion.

Women: Our Story (Hardcover): Dk Women: Our Story (Hardcover)
Dk; Foreword by Rebecca Boggs Roberts
R694 R520 Discovery Miles 5 200 Save R174 (25%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Men of Air - The Courage and Sacrifice of Bomber Command in World War II (Hardcover): Kevin Wilson Men of Air - The Courage and Sacrifice of Bomber Command in World War II (Hardcover)
Kevin Wilson
R552 R407 Discovery Miles 4 070 Save R145 (26%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
The Five - The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper (Hardcover): Hallie Rubenhold The Five - The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper (Hardcover)
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R405 R318 Discovery Miles 3 180 Save R87 (21%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

____________________ THE Sunday Times BESTSELLER 'An angry and important work of historical detection, calling time on the misogyny that has fed the Ripper myth. Powerful and shaming' Guardian Polly, Annie, Elizabeth, Catherine and Mary-Jane are famous for the same thing, though they never met. They came from Fleet Street, Knightsbridge, Wolverhampton, Sweden and Wales. They wrote ballads, ran coffee houses, lived on country estates, they breathed ink-dust from printing presses and escaped people-traffickers. What they had in common was the year of their murders: 1888. Their murderer was never identified, but the name created for him by the press has become far more famous than any of these five women. Now, in this devastating narrative of five lives, historian Hallie Rubenhold finally sets the record straight, and gives these women back their stories. Five devastating human stories and a dark and moving portrait of Victorian London - the untold lives of the women killed by Jack the Ripper. ____________________ 'At last, the Ripper's victims get a voice... An eloquent, stirring challenge to reject the prevailing Ripper myth.' Mail on Sunday 'Devastatingly good. The Five will leave you in tears, of pity and of rage.' LUCY WORSLEY 'How fitting that in the year when we celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage, dignity is finally returned to these unfortunate women.' PROFESSOR DAME SUE BLACK `Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly deserve to be thought of as more than eviscerated bodies on an East London street. This haunting book does something to redress that balance' Sunday Times 'What a brilliant and necessary book' JO BAKER, author of Sunday Times bestselling Longbourn `A Ripper narrative that gives voice to the women he silenced; I've been waiting for this book for years. Beautifully written and with the grip of a thriller, it will open your eyes and break your heart.' ERIN KELLY, Sunday Times bestselling author of He Said/She Said

Albert C. Ellithorpe, the First Indian Home Guards, and the Civil War on the Trans-Mississippi Frontier (Hardcover): M. Jane... Albert C. Ellithorpe, the First Indian Home Guards, and the Civil War on the Trans-Mississippi Frontier (Hardcover)
M. Jane Johansson
R840 Discovery Miles 8 400 Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Paths to the Past - Encounters with Britain's Hidden Landscapes (Paperback): Francis Pryor Paths to the Past - Encounters with Britain's Hidden Landscapes (Paperback)
Francis Pryor 1
R226 R151 Discovery Miles 1 510 Save R75 (33%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

Discover the hidden corners and forgotten crevices of Britain's landscapes, from lost rural treasures to unseen urban gems. Landscapes reflect and shape our behaviour. They make us who we are and bear witness to the shifting patterns of human life over the generations. Bringing to bear a lifetime's digging, archaeologist Francis Pryor delves into Britain's hidden urban and rural landscapes, from Whitby Abbey to the navvy camp at Risehill in Cumbria, from Tintagel to Tottenham's Broadwater Farm. Through fields, woods, moors, roads, tracks and towns, he reveals the stories of our physical surroundings and what they meant to the people who formed them, used them and lived in them. These landscapes, he stresses, are our common physical inheritance. If we can understand how to make them yield up their secrets, it will help us, their guardians, to maintain and shape them for future generations.

Occupied Vicksburg (Hardcover): Bradley R Clampitt Occupied Vicksburg (Hardcover)
Bradley R Clampitt
R897 Discovery Miles 8 970 Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Belle - The True Story of Dido Belle (Paperback, Film tie-in edition): Paula Byrne Belle - The True Story of Dido Belle (Paperback, Film tie-in edition)
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R214 R150 Discovery Miles 1 500 Save R64 (30%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

The inspiration behind the powerful new film starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson, this is the story of Dido Belle, whose adoption by an aristocratic family challenged the conventions of 18th century England. In one of the most famous portraits in the world, a pretty girl walks through the grounds of Kenwood House, a vision of aristocratic refinement. But the eye is drawn to the beautiful woman on her right. Pointing at her own cheek, she playfully acknowledges her remarkable position in eighteenth-century society. For Dido Belle was the illegitimate, mixed-race daughter of a Royal Navy captain and a slave woman, adopted by the Earl of Mansfield. As Lord Chief Justice of England he would preside over the notorious Zong case - the drowning of 142 slaves by an unscrupulous shipping company. His ruling provided the legal underpinning to the abolition of slavery in Britain. From the privileged yet unequal lives of Dido and her cousin Elizabeth, to the horrific treatment of African slaves, Paula Byrne - the bestselling author of `The Real Jane Austen' - vividly narrates the story of a family that defied convention, the legal trial that exposed the cruelties of slavery and the woman who challenged notions of race at the highest rank.

Churchill - Walking with Destiny (Hardcover): Andrew Roberts Churchill - Walking with Destiny (Hardcover)
Andrew Roberts
R792 R590 Discovery Miles 5 900 Save R202 (26%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Apocalypse 1692: Empire, Slavery and the Great Port Royal Earthquake (Paperback): Ben Hughes Apocalypse 1692: Empire, Slavery and the Great Port Royal Earthquake (Paperback)
Ben Hughes
R418 R339 Discovery Miles 3 390 Save R79 (19%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days

Built on sugar, slaves, and piracy, Jamaica's Port Royal was the jewel in England's quest for empire until a devastating earthquake sank the city beneath the sea A haven for pirates and the center of the New World's frenzied trade in slaves and sugar, Port Royal, Jamaica, was a notorious cutthroat settlement where enormous fortunes were gained for the fledgling English empire. But on June 7, 1692, it all came to a catastrophic end. Drawing on research carried out in Europe, the Caribbean, and the United States, Apocalypse 1692: Empire, Slavery, and the Great Port Royal Earthquake by Ben Hughes opens in a post-Glorious Revolution London where two Jamaica-bound voyages are due to depart. A seventy-strong fleet will escort the Earl of Inchiquin, the newly appointed governor, to his residence at Port Royal, while the Hannah, a slaver belonging to the Royal African Company, will sail south to pick up human cargo in West Africa before setting out across the Atlantic on the infamous Middle Passage. Utilizing little-known first-hand accounts and other primary sources, Apocalypse 1692 intertwines several related themes: the slave rebellion that led to the establishment of the first permanent free black communities in the New World; the raids launched between English Jamaica and Spanish Santo Domingo; and the bloody repulse of a full-blown French invasion of the island in an attempt to drive the English from the Caribbean. The book also features the most comprehensive account yet written of the massive earthquake and tsunami which struck Jamaica in 1692, resulting in the deaths of thousands, and sank a third of the city beneath the sea. From the misery of everyday life in the sugar plantations, to the ostentation and double-dealings of the plantocracy; from the adventures of former-pirates-turned-treasure-hunters to the debauchery of Port Royal, Apocalypse 1692 exposes the lives of the individuals who made late seventeenth-century Jamaica the most financially successful, brutal, and scandalously corrupt of all of England's nascent American colonies.

Last Train to Hilversum - A journey in search of the magic of radio (Hardcover): Charlie Connelly Last Train to Hilversum - A journey in search of the magic of radio (Hardcover)
Charlie Connelly 1
R476 R369 Discovery Miles 3 690 Save R107 (22%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

Despite the all-pervading influence of television ninety per cent of people in Britain still listen to the radio, clocking up over a billion hours of listening between us every week. It's a background to all our lives: we wake up to our clock radios, we have the radio on in the kitchen as we make the tea, it's on at our workplaces and in our cars. From Listen With Mother to the illicit thrill of tuning into pirate stations like Radio Caroline; from receiving a musical education from John Peel or having our imagination unlocked by Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; from school-free summers played out against a soundtrack of Radio One and Test Match Special to more grown-up soundtracks of the Today programme on Radio 4 and the solemn, rhythmic intonation of the shipping forecast - in many ways, our lives can be measured in kilohertz. Yet radio is changing because the way we listen to the radio is changing. Last year the number of digital listeners at home exceeded the number of analogue listeners for the first time, meaning the pop and crackle and the age of stumbling upon something by chance is coming to an end. There will soon be no dial to turn, no in-between spaces on the waveband for washes of static, mysterious beeps and faint, distant voices. The mystery will be gone: we'll always know exactly what it is we're listening to, whether it's via scrolling LCD on our digital radios, the box at the bottom of our TV screen or because we've gone in search of a particular streaming station. And so, as the world of analogue listening fades, Charlie Connelly takes stock of the history of radio and its place in our lives as one of the very few genuinely shared national experiences. He explores its geniuses, crackpots and charlatans who got us to where we are today, and remembers its voices, personalities and programmes that helped to form who we are as individuals and as a nation. He visits the key radio locations from history, and looks at its vital role over the past century on both national and local levels. Part nostalgic eulogy, part social history, part travelogue, Last Train To Hilversum is Connelly's love letter to radio, exploring our relationship with the medium from its earliest days to the present in an attempt to recreate and revisit the world he entered on his childhood evenings on the dial as he set out on the radio journey of a lifetime.

Cultural Dementia - How the West has Lost its History, and Risks Losing Everything Else (Paperback): David Andress Cultural Dementia - How the West has Lost its History, and Risks Losing Everything Else (Paperback)
David Andress 1
R188 R152 Discovery Miles 1 520 Save R36 (19%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

In this blistering book, David Andress shows how the West has abandoned its history and lost its memory. The former great powers of the historic 'West' have abandoned themselves to senile daydreams of recovered youth. They have stirred up old hatreds given disturbing voice to destructive rage, and risked the collapse of their capacity for decisive, effective and just government. At the core of this is an abandonment of political attention to history, understood as a clear empirical grounding in how we reached our present condition. In Britain, France and the USA, historical stories are deployed in public debate as little more than dangerous fantasies.

Bad Girls - The Rebels and Renegades of Holloway Prison (Paperback): Caitlin Davies Bad Girls - The Rebels and Renegades of Holloway Prison (Paperback)
Caitlin Davies 1
R257 R208 Discovery Miles 2 080 Save R49 (19%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

'Davies's absorbing study serves up just enough sensationalism - and eccentricity - along with its serious inquiry' SUNDAY TIMES '[A] revealing account of the jail's 164-year history' DAILY TELEGRAPH, 5* review 'Insightful and thought-provoking and makes for a ripping good read' JEREMY CORBYN 'A much-needed and balanced history' OBSERVER 'Davies explores how society has dealt with disobedient women - from suffragettes to refugees to women seeking abortions - for decades, and how they've failed to silence those who won't go down without a fight' STYLIST Society has never known what to do with its rebellious women. Those who defied expectations about feminine behaviour have long been considered dangerous and unnatural, and ever since the Victorian era they have been removed from public view, locked up and often forgotten about. Many of these women ended up at HM Prison Holloway, the self-proclaimed 'terror to evil-doers' which, until its closure in 2016, was western Europe's largest women's prison. First built in 1852 as a House of Correction, Holloway's women have come from all corners of the UK - whether a patriot from Scotland, a suffragette from Huddersfield, or a spy from the Isle of Wight - and from all walks of life - socialites and prostitutes, sporting stars and nightclub queens, refugees and freedom fighters. They were imprisoned for treason and murder, for begging, performing abortions and stealing clothing coupons, for masquerading as men, running brothels and attempting suicide. In Bad Girls, Caitlin Davies tells their stories and shows how women have been treated in our justice system over more than a century, what crimes - real or imagined - they committed, who found them guilty and why. It is a story of victimization and resistance; of oppression and bravery. From the women who escaped the hangman's noose - and those who didn't - to those who escaped Holloway altogether, Bad Girls is a fascinating look at how disobedient and defiant women changed not only the prison service, but the course of history.

The Space-Age Presidency of John F. Kennedy - A Rare Photographic History (Hardcover): John Bisney, J. L. Pickering The Space-Age Presidency of John F. Kennedy - A Rare Photographic History (Hardcover)
John Bisney, J. L. Pickering; Foreword by Christopher C. Kraft Jr
R813 R582 Discovery Miles 5 820 Save R231 (28%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days

This engaging and unprecedented work captures the compelling story of John F. Kennedy's role in advancing the United States' space program, set against the Cold War with the Soviet Union. The stunning collection of history and photographs crafted by authors John Bisney and J. L. Pickering illustrates Kennedy's close association with the race to space during his legendary time in office. In addition to the exhaustive research and rare photographs, the authors have also included excerpts from Kennedy's speeches, news conferences, and once-secret White House recordings to provide the reader with more context through the president's own words. While Kennedy did not live to see the fruition of many of the endeavors he supported, his legacy lives on in many ways--many of which are captured in this important work.

Voices from the Blue - The Real Lives of Policewomen (100 Years of Women in the Met) (Hardcover): Jennifer Rees, Robert J.... Voices from the Blue - The Real Lives of Policewomen (100 Years of Women in the Met) (Hardcover)
Jennifer Rees, Robert J. Strange 1
R447 R347 Discovery Miles 3 470 Save R100 (22%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

In February 1919, London's first women police officers took to the streets of the city. They battled entrenched gender stereotypes, institutional inequality, sexual harassment and assaults disturbingly familiar to those affecting today's #MeToo generation of modern women. Female officers, facing resentment from male colleagues, were expected to do little more than 'Make the tea, luv . . .' and were charged with the sole task of looking after women and children who fell into police hands. Yet, in the course of a century, policewomen have won the equality they demanded, overcome sexism and prejudice, rejected harassment and sexual assaults and smashed through the glass ceiling to lead, rather than follow, their male colleagues. One hundred years on from those first Women Police Constables, a woman, Cressida Dick, holds the most powerful position in British policing, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner. Voices from the Blue tells the story of the hundred years of service of female police officers within the Metropolitan Police through the voices of the women who fought their way towards equality and won the respect of both their colleagues and the public. The authors have interviewed hundreds of former and serving policewomen and with the co-operation of the Metropolitan Police and the Women's Police Association now have access to the files and stories of thousands of former officers who served over the past hundred years. Those police archives, together with material held by the National Archives and private libraries, provide a detailed and fascinating oral history of the challenges women police officers faced down the years.

A Cape Camera - The Architectural Beauty of the Old Cape (Paperback): Hans Fransen A Cape Camera - The Architectural Beauty of the Old Cape (Paperback)
Hans Fransen
R295 R242 Discovery Miles 2 420 Save R53 (18%) In stock

The Elliott Collection is one of the most remarkable photographic collections in the world. The qualities that make his photographs of old Cape scenes so memorable have something to do with they way the sunlight strikes the irregularity of white plastered walls, something also with the way Elliot introduced the human element into his photographs, but mostly with the way his camera conveyed that delicate balance between picturesque dilapidation and unselfconscious prosperity that used to characterise Cape domestic architecture.
Elliot's rare rapport with his subject is complemented by a knowledgeable and affectionate commentary from a noted expert and enthusiast on the subject of South Africa's artistic and cultural heritage, Hans Fransen.

The Times Britain's Hidden Railways - A Journey Along 50 Long-Lost Railway Lines (Hardcover): Julian Holland The Times Britain's Hidden Railways - A Journey Along 50 Long-Lost Railway Lines (Hardcover)
Julian Holland 1
R734 R500 Discovery Miles 5 000 Save R234 (32%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

Follow the routes of 50 long-closed and derelict railways across some of our most beautiful countryside and discover the hidden railways of Britain. Each route is highlighted on historical Bartholomew's mapping, showing which parts can still be followed today. The carefully researched text is accompanied by historical photographs showing each line in operation prior to its closure, as well as specially commissioned images from the present day. Routes include: * Yatton to Witham - Strawberry Line * Crab & Winkle Line - Canterbury to Whitstable * Jersey railway - St Helier to La Corbiere * Mawddach Trail - Barmouth to Dolgellau * South Tyne Trail - Haltwhistle to Alston * Dava Way - Forres to Aviemore

The Threat - How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump (Hardcover): Andrew G McCabe The Threat - How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump (Hardcover)
Andrew G McCabe 1
R541 R423 Discovery Miles 4 230 Save R118 (22%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Underground - A Human History of the Worlds Beneath Our Feet (Hardcover): Will Hunt Underground - A Human History of the Worlds Beneath Our Feet (Hardcover)
Will Hunt 1
R486 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R128 (26%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Licensed to Lie (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Sidney Powell Licensed to Lie (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Sidney Powell
R383 R295 Discovery Miles 2 950 Save R88 (23%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
Internal frontiers - African nationalism and the Indian Diaspora in Twentieth-Century South Africa (Paperback): Jon Soske Internal frontiers - African nationalism and the Indian Diaspora in Twentieth-Century South Africa (Paperback)
Jon Soske
R380 R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Save R81 (21%) Dispatched within 4 - 10 working days

In this ambitious new history of the antiapartheid struggle, Jon Soske places India and the Indian diaspora at the center of the African National Congress's development of an inclusive philosophy of nationalism. Even as Indian independence provided black South African intellectuals with new models of conceptualizing sovereignty, debates over the place of the Indian diaspora in Africa forced a reconsideration of South Africa's internal and external boundaries, not least by the ANC thinkers-led by Albert Luthuli- centered in Durban. There, they developed a new philosophy of nationhood that affirmed South Africa's simultaneously heterogeneous and fundamentally African character. In describing this process, Soske makes a major contribution to postcolonial and Indian Ocean studies and charts new ways of writing about African nationalism.

The Pub Manifesto - A Comedian stands up for pubs (Paperback): James Dowedeswell The Pub Manifesto - A Comedian stands up for pubs (Paperback)
James Dowedeswell
R307 R246 Discovery Miles 2 460 Save R61 (20%) Dispatched within 7 - 11 working days
The Centenary of the First World War - How The Nation Remembered (Hardcover): Miranda Harrison The Centenary of the First World War - How The Nation Remembered (Hardcover)
Miranda Harrison; Introduction by Andrew Murrison 1
R763 R590 Discovery Miles 5 900 Save R173 (23%) Dispatched within 7 - 12 working days

The centenary of the First World War captured the hearts of the nation. From community activities and war memorial restorations to large-scale national ceremonial events, this highly illustrated publication captures the variety and breadth of the events that took place to commemorate this significant milestone in our nation's history. As well as the large-scale events commemorating some of the major battles of the First World War, a diverse range of other activities also took place over the centenary. These included projects funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, activities organised by the Imperial War Museums' Centenary Partnership, the ground-breaking artistic and cultural programme delivered by 14-18 NOW, and many other touching events from communities and groups around the UK. Many are showcased in this special limited edition publication, as a lasting reminder of `how we remembered'.

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