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Roosevelt led the United States through some of its most trying decades.
This year's finest biographies brought fresh insight to previously trodden lives and uncovered those that history has forgotten.
Get incredible insights into Spain's brutal conflict.
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Deepen your understanding of history.
Mad for the monarchy? Get a behind-the-scenes look at the great royals of the past.
Reflecting on their own lives, these autobiographies offer a unique look into the leaders of the United States.
These historical fiction novels don't sacrifice accuracy for style or verve.
Referring to the empty seat at the dinner table, Churchill's daughter asked, “If you could seat anyone there, whom would it be?” He replied, without hesitation, “My father.”
The Crusades, although the most defining conflicts of the medieval era, are often misunderstood. These books illuminate their true nature.
These gripping books detail the human cost of natural disasters across centuries.
In October 1943, 300 Jewish prisoners escaped the heavily guarded walls of the Sobibor extermination camp.
Lord’s unique combination of historical insight and readability make him the perfect writer for historians of all backgrounds.
These less widely read World War II stories offer readers a meaningful and moving look into the global conflict.
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