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    Day 8: American History Books

    America's past comes to life in these must-read books.

    Day 7: Books by Award-Winning Authors

    Today we're toasting history's greatest scribes with a sale on books by award-winning authors.

    Day 6: Bestselling History Books

    They've already hit the bestseller list; it's time to add these must-read history titles to your personal library.

    Day 5: Through the Decades

    A surprise selection of non-fiction book deals that amplify history.

    Day 4: Word War II History

    These World War II book deals are worth fighting for.

    Day 3: Military History Books

    These books pay tribute to the soldiers who risked their lives–and shed light on battles both lost and won.

    Day 2: Presidential Books

    These book deals cover some of the most fascinating accounts of American presidents – from JFK to George W. Bush.

    Celebrate History with 12 Days of Deals!

    The Archive is making holiday shopping easier than ever – and at the right price, too.

    Day 1: Editors' Picks

    The Archive's editors share what they're giving – and reading – this holiday season.

    [CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: The Fifties, by David Halberstam

    Enter for a chance to win one of 5 ebook copies of this New York Times bestseller.

    [CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Erik Larson Book Bundle

    Enter for a chance to win a book bundle that includes "The Devil in the White City," "Dead Wake," and "In the Garden of Beasts."

    [CLOSED] Enter to Win a Copy of Marita: The Spy Who Loved Castro

    Marita Lorenz tells her incredible story, packed with love and espionage.

    Submit Your Writing to The Archive!

    Great news, history lovers: We're looking for your original stories of little-known facts.

    [CLOSED] Enter The Archive's Big History Book Bundle Giveaway!

    We joined forces with Arcadia Publishing and The History Press to give away 10 fascinating titles!

    [CLOSED] Enter to Win a Copy of The New York Times Book of Crime 

    Explore the most fascinating true crime cases throughout history.

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