c 1900 to c 2000

    Campaigning for Life

    By Peta Dunstan

    Paperback £22.50

    Dorothy Buxton led an unusual and intense life. After an upbringing untypical for a girl in rural Victorian England, she found her voice and her vocation during the First World War, insisting people should be able to read a variety of voices on the conflict engulfing Europe.

    1914 The Year The World Ended

    By Paul Ham

    Paperback £10.25

    In this searing indictment of the rationale behind the First World War, Paul Ham argues that European leaders did not `sleepwalk' into war, but that they fully accepted and understood the consequences of the decisions they were making.

    Viva la Revolucion

    By Eric Hobsbawm

    Paperback £10.25

    Viva La Revolucion is Hobsbawm's magisterial work on Latin America, the fruit of forty years' writing about the continent.

    The Blue Arena

    By Bob Spurdle

    Paperback £7.83

    Nieuwpoort Sector 1917

    By Kristof Jacobs

    Paperback £24.96

    The mainly forgotten story of the British and Australian tunnellers and their work on the Belgian Coast during the Great War.

    Another Bloody Chapter in an Endless Civil War Volume 2: Northern Ireland and the Troubles 1988-90

    By Ken Wharton

    Hardback £17.46

    Irish Republicanism, like its bloodthirsty Loyalist equivalent, bred and nurtured men of evil; psychopathic men and women who killed without compunction or thought; men and women who thought nothing of robbing innocents of their lives, uncaring of the devastation their actions would inflict on wives and children and parents alike....

    Lenin Lives!

    By Philip Cunliffe

    Paperback £8.45

    What if history had had a happy ending? To change the future, we need to reimagine the past.

    1997: The Future that Never Happened

    By Richard Power Sayeed

    Paperback £9.05

    An immersive account of Britain in 1997, a year which laid the foundation of our current political crisis.

    Thailand

    By Benjamin Zawacki

    Paperback £12.65

    A provocative look at the Thai regime's drift towards China, and its implications for the Sino-American power struggle in Asia.

    Thailand

    By Benjamin Zawacki

    Hardback £61.96

    A provocative look at the Thai regime's drift towards China, and its implications for the Sino-American power struggle in Asia.

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