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Celebrating a century of the world's oldest independent air force, The RAF at 100 showcases vivid and evocative images from the Mirrorpix archive that trace the story of the RAF from its earliest days through wartime and peacetime and into the modern age.
By Allen Gibson
In this unparalleled investigation that deconstructs the modern hindsight that has tainted Titanic's legacy, Allen Gibson presents a comprehensive history with a refreshing argument, that Titanic represented a considerable achievement in maritime architecture.
This book traces the development of the four coastal villages - often referred to as `the Four Sisters'' - that make up the eastern part Dublin 4 from their foundation to the present day.
Going beyond the experiences of one man, this book explores the wider political, cultural and class context of the Victorian city. It is an honest tale of rags to riches that will appeal to all who wish to discover more about the dramatic history of industrial Manchester and its people.
In this paperback edition of the first book on St Ermin's, Peter Matthews, a witness to the intelligence battle for supremacy between MI5, MI6 and the KGB, explores this remarkable true history that is more riveting than any spy novel.
By Derek Taylor
The English are often confused about who they are. They say `British' when they mean `English', and `English' when they should say `British.' And when England, more than the rest of the UK, voted to leave the EU, polls showed national identity was a big concern. So it's time the...