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Crown of Blood is an important and significant retelling of an often misread tale examining evidence that has never before been published.
Genghis Khan - creator of the greatest empire the world has ever seen - is one of history's immortals.
In 1914 Vera Brittain was eighteen and as war was declared she was preparing to study at Oxford.
Frederick Douglass a former slave spent four months in Ireland in 1845 filling halls with eloquent denunciations of slavery and causing controversy with graphic descriptions of slaves being tortured.
Damned in coruscating verse by Shelley and Byron his coffin hissed at during his funeral Lord Castlereagh has one of the blackest reputations in British history.
Jung Chang'sWild Swans was an extraordinary bestseller throughout the world selling more than 10 million copies and reaching a wider readership than any other book about China.
In January 1952 two young men from Buenos Aires set out to explore South America on a 500cc Norton.
The name Borgia is synonymous with the corruption nepotism and greed that were rife in Renaissance Italy.
"In January 1928 Stalin the ruler of the largest country in the world boarded a train bound for Siberia where he would embark upon the greatest gamble of his political life.
Sister to Anne Boleyn and seduced by two kings Mary Boleyn has long been the subject of scandal and myth.
When the married Isabella Robinson was introduced to the dashing Edward Lane at a party in 1850 she was utterly enchanted.
American distrust of government politicians and authority in general can be traced back to the time of the official investigation into the assassination of President John F.
A dazzling history of the modest family which rose to become one of the most powerful in EuropeThe Medici is a remarkably modern story of power money and ambition.
Longlisted for the Orwell Prize and the Samuel Johnson prize for non-fiction; both conservative and subversive Burke's beliefs have never been more relevant as MP Jesse Norman explains.
A hundred years after his murder Rasputin continues to excite the popular imagination as the personification of evil.