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The raucous, stranger-than-fiction tale of Sealand - the tiny island nation off the Suffolk coast.
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A sweeping 400-year history of the Florentines who gave birth to the Renaissance, by the author of The Medici and The Borgias.
translated by Georgia Thomson, EMORIAL
A profoundly moving and powerful historical record - the letters sent by fathers imprisoned in the Gulag camps to their children.
The story of the twentieth century through one woman's life and the food she cooked for our most famous Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
An intriguing, first-of-its-kind cultural history of the turn of the 1960s.
'A majestic must-read' - Andy Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England.
The forgotten and inspiring story of a London hospital during the First World War which was staffed entirely by women.
Wes Moore, with Erica L. Green
A kaleidoscopic account of five days in the life of a city on the edge, told through eight characters on the front lines of the uprising that overtook Baltimore and riveted the world.
Format: Hard Cover
The true story of a retired British army officer's private Somali-hostage rescue mission.
A British Band of Brothers: a thrilling account of the Second World War, told through the eyes of a regiment who fought at battles from Tobruk to the D-Day Landings.