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Access to History: Hitler, Appeasement and the Road to War Second Edition (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Graham Darby Access to History: Hitler, Appeasement and the Road to War Second Edition (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Graham Darby
R603 Discovery Miles 6 030 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ensure your students have access to the authoritative and in-depth content of this popular and trusted A Level History series. For over twenty years Access to History has been providing students with reliable, engaging and accessible content on a wide range of topics. Each title in the series provides comprehensive coverage of different history topics on current AS and A2 level history specifications, alongside exam-style practice questions and tips to help students achieve their best. The series: - Ensures students gain a good understanding of the AS and A2 level history topics through an engaging, in-depth and up-to-date narrative, presented in an accessible way. - Aids revision of the key A level history topics and themes through frequent summary diagrams - Gives support with assessment, both through the books providing exam-style questions and tips for AQA, Edexcel and OCR A level history specifications and through FREE model answers with supporting commentary at Access to History online (www.accesstohistory.co.uk) Hitler, Appeasement and the Road to War The title concentrates on the origins of the Second World War in Europe and Hitler's central role in those events. Appeasement and the historical debate surrounding the policies adopted by Baldwin and Chamberlain are examined through accessible narrative and up-to-date research. By adopting a chronological approach, the author highlights clearly how events unfolded and interacted with each other to lead to the most destructive war in human history.

Medieval Bruges - c. 850-1550 (Hardcover): Andrew Brown, Jan Dumolyn Medieval Bruges - c. 850-1550 (Hardcover)
Andrew Brown, Jan Dumolyn
R2,675 Discovery Miles 26 750 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bruges was undoubtedly one of the most important cities in medieval Europe. Bringing together specialists from both archaeology and history, this 'total' history presents an integrated view of the city's history from its very beginnings, tracing its astonishing expansion through to its subsequent decline in the sixteenth century. The authors' analysis of its commercial growth, industrial production, socio-political changes, and cultural creativity is grounded in an understanding of the city's structure, its landscape and its built environment. More than just a biography of a city, this book places Bruges within a wider network of urban and rural development and its history in a comparative framework, thereby offering new insights into the nature of a metropolis.

Learning from the Germans - Race and the Memory of Evil (Paperback): Susan Neiman Learning from the Germans - Race and the Memory of Evil (Paperback)
Susan Neiman
R484 R396 Discovery Miles 3 960 Save R88 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Spies of the Deep - The Untold Truth about the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used the... Spies of the Deep - The Untold Truth about the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used the Tragedy to Ignite a New Cold War (Hardcover)
W. Craig Reed
R654 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R136 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Germany's Empire in the East - Germans and Romania in an Era of Globalization and Total War (Hardcover): David Hamlin Germany's Empire in the East - Germans and Romania in an Era of Globalization and Total War (Hardcover)
David Hamlin
R2,428 R2,247 Discovery Miles 22 470 Save R181 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book puts German policy toward Romania and the German East into a global context. One of the signal events of the twentieth century was Germany's effort to construct an empire in Europe modeled on the European experience outside Europe. The turn to European empire resulted less from the dynamics of capitalist expansion than from a deep crisis in global political and economic order. Confronted with the global economic and political power of the western allies, the Germans turned to Eastern Europe to construct a dependent space, tied to Germany as Central America was to the US. The First World War transformed how Germans thought about international order, empire and the nature of Romanians. The domestic consequences of Germany's eviction from global markets authorized deep interventions in Romanian society to establish a pre-eminent position for the German state inside Romania. David Hamlin embeds occupation and war aims in economic concerns.

Great French Revolution, 1789-93 (Paperback): Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin Great French Revolution, 1789-93 (Paperback)
Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin
R890 Discovery Miles 8 900 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The French Revolution is analyzed not only as a complex interplay of leading personalities or political decisions, but also as a great reordering of the economic bases of the old regime.

Great French Revolution, 1789-93 (Hardcover): Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin Great French Revolution, 1789-93 (Hardcover)
Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin
R1,696 Discovery Miles 16 960 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Household Accounts of William Laud, Archbishop  of Canterbury, 1635-1642 (Hardcover): Leonie James The Household Accounts of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1635-1642 (Hardcover)
Leonie James
R1,910 R1,729 Discovery Miles 17 290 Save R181 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Lambeth and Croydon Palace accounts for William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, represent the only extant record of the archiepiscopal household during his tenure in office. Spanning the period from December 1635 to January 1642, they offer a unique prism through which to view the highs and the lows of Laud's controversial career. They provide a wealth of new insights into his formal role, his private life and his personal habits, while at the same time casting new light on his associations with men and women from across the social hierarchy, including courtiers, privy councillors, merchants, MPs and, of course, the king. Yet the document itself, lost between 1642 and 1912 and now housed in the National Archives, Kew, has almost entirely escaped the attention of modern scholars. This important manuscript is edited and analysed here in full for the first time. A lengthy introduction provides an overview of the ways in which the document brings to life both the household and its head, demonstrating how the household responded to its immediate social environment and the wider political context; interrogating the gifts and their givers to identify networks of people in social, political and religious terms; and, more generally, teasing out the relationship between material objects and political power. This is followed by a complete text of the manuscript, with contextual footnotes. Thus, the volume contributes to a deeper understanding not only of ecclesiastical power and politics, but of life in an elite household in seventeenth-century Britain. LEONIE JAMES is Lecturer in History at the University of Kent, Canterbury and author of 'This Great Firebrand': William Laud and Scotland, 1617-1645 (Boydell Press, 2017).

The Mercenary Mediterranean - Sovereignty, Religion, and Violence in the Medieval Crown of Aragon (Paperback): Hussein Fancy The Mercenary Mediterranean - Sovereignty, Religion, and Violence in the Medieval Crown of Aragon (Paperback)
Hussein Fancy
R698 R661 Discovery Miles 6 610 Save R37 (5%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sometime in April 1285, five Muslim horsemen crossed from the Islamic kingdom of Granada into the realms of the Christian Crown of Aragon to meet with the king of Aragon, who showered them with gifts, including sumptuous cloth and decorative saddles, for agreeing to enter the Crown's service. They were not the first or only Muslim soldiers to do so. Over the course of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the Christian kings of Aragon recruited thousands of foreign Muslim soldiers to serve in their armies and as members of their royal courts. Based on extensive research in Arabic, Latin, and Romance sources, The Mercenary Mediterranean explores this little-known and misunderstood history. Far from marking the triumph of toleration, Hussein Fancy argues, the alliance of Christian kings and Muslim soldiers depended on and reproduced ideas of religious difference. Their shared history represents a unique opportunity to reconsider the relation of medieval religion to politics, and to demonstrate how modern assumptions about this relationship have impeded our understanding of both past and present.

Imperial German Navy of World War I, Vol. 1 Warships: A Comprehensive Photographic Study of the Kaiser's Naval Forces... Imperial German Navy of World War I, Vol. 1 Warships: A Comprehensive Photographic Study of the Kaiser's Naval Forces (Hardcover)
Jeffrey Judge
R1,923 R1,392 Discovery Miles 13 920 Save R531 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Imperial German Navy of WWI is a series of books (Warships, Campaigns, & Uniforms) that provide a broad view of the Kaiser's naval forces through the extensive use of photographs. Every effort has been made to cover all significant areas during the war period. In addition to the primary use of photographs, technical information is provided for each warship along with its corresponding service history; with a special emphasis being placed on those warships that participated in the Battle of Skagerrak (Jutland). Countless sources have been used to establish individual case studies for each warship; multiple photos of each warship are provided. The entire series itself is unprecedented in its coverage of the Kaiser's navy.

The Siege of Strasbourg (Hardcover): Rachel Chrastil The Siege of Strasbourg (Hardcover)
Rachel Chrastil
R971 Discovery Miles 9 710 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

When war broke out between France and Prussia in the summer of 1870, one of the first targets of the invading German armies was Strasbourg. From August 15 to September 27, Prussian forces bombarded this border city, killing hundreds of citizens, wounding thousands more, and destroying many historic buildings and landmarks. For six terror-filled weeks, "the city at the crossroads" became the epicenter of a new kind of warfare whose indiscriminate violence shocked contemporaries and led to debates over the wartime protection of civilians.

The Siege of Strasbourg "recovers the forgotten history of this crisis and the experiences of civilians who survived it. Rachel Chrastil shows that many of the defining features of "total war," usually thought to be a twentieth-century phenomenon, characterized the siege. Deploying a modern tactic that traumatized city-dwellers, the Germans purposefully shelled nonmilitary targets. But an unintended consequence was that outsiders were prompted to act. Intervention by the Swiss on behalf of Strasbourg's beleaguered citizens was a transformative moment: the first example of wartime international humanitarian aid intended for civilians.

Weaving firsthand accounts of suffering and resilience through her narrative, Chrastil examines the myriad ethical questions surrounding what is "legal" in war and what rights civilians trapped in a war zone possess. The implications of the siege of Strasbourg far exceed their local context, to inform the dilemmas that haunt our own age--in which collateral damage and humanitarian intervention have become a crucial part of our strategic vocabulary.

Paris in the Fifties (Paperback): Beulah Roth Paris in the Fifties (Paperback)
Beulah Roth; Illustrated by Sanford Roth
R558 R405 Discovery Miles 4 050 Save R153 (27%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Gathers photographers of children, shop windows, street vendors, bicyclists, artists, circus performers, political protestors, cafes, and animals.

Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll in the Dutch Golden Age (Paperback, 0): Benjamin Roberts Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll in the Dutch Golden Age (Paperback, 0)
Benjamin Roberts
R438 R407 Discovery Miles 4 070 Save R31 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Low Countries, Golden Age, youth culture, genderstudies

Germany since 1789 - A Nation Forged and Renewed (Paperback, 2nd ed. 2016): David G. Williamson Germany since 1789 - A Nation Forged and Renewed (Paperback, 2nd ed. 2016)
David G. Williamson
R851 R799 Discovery Miles 7 990 Save R52 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This essential text provides a clear and engaging introduction to the history of modern Germany. The updated and expanded new edition now takes the story back to 1789 and brings it right up to the present day, adopting a controversy-led approach throughout. Visual evidence, maps, documents and key event boxes support the text and aid learning.

Piranesi Unbound (Hardcover): Carolyn Yerkes, Heather Hyde Minor Piranesi Unbound (Hardcover)
Carolyn Yerkes, Heather Hyde Minor
R1,481 R1,302 Discovery Miles 13 020 Save R179 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Why Piranesi's greatest works weren't his famous prints but rather the books for which he made them A draftsman, printmaker, architect, and archaeologist, Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-78) is best known today as the virtuoso etcher of the immersive and captivating Views of Rome and the darkly inventive Imaginary Prisons. Yet Carolyn Yerkes and Heather Hyde Minor argue that his single greatest art form-one that combined his obsessions most powerfully and that he pursued throughout his career-was the book. Piranesi Unbound provides a fundamental reinterpretation of Piranesi by recognizing him, first and foremost, as a writer, illustrator, printer, and publisher of books. Featuring nearly two hundred of Piranesi's engravings and drawings, including some that have never been published before, this visually stunning book returns Piranesi's artworks to the context for which he originally produced them: a dozen volumes that combine text and image, archaeology and imagination, erudition and humor. Drawing on new research, Piranesi Unbound uncovers the social networks in which Piranesi published, including the readers who bought, read, and debated his books. It reveals his habit of raiding the wastepaper pile for cast-off sheets upon which to draw and fuse printed images and texts. It shows how, even after his books were bound, they were subject to change by Piranesi and others as pages were torn out and added. The first major exploration of the lives of Piranesi's books, Piranesi Unbound reimagines the full range of the artist's creativity by showing how it is inextricably bound to his career as a maker of books.

The Rome We Have Lost (Hardcover): John Pemble The Rome We Have Lost (Hardcover)
John Pemble
R528 R409 Discovery Miles 4 090 Save R119 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

For a thousand years, Rome was enshrined in myth and legend as the Eternal City. No Grand Tour would be complete without a visit to its ruins. But from 1870 all that changed. A millennium ended as its solitary moonlit ruins became floodlit monuments on traffic islands, and its perimeter shifted from the ancient nineteen-kilometre wall with twelve gates to a fifty-kilometre ring road with thirty-three roundabouts and spaghetti junctions. The Rome We Have Lost is the first full investigation of this change. John Pemble musters popes, emperors, writers, exiles, and tourists, to weave a rich fabric of Roman experience. He tells the story of how, why, and with what consequences that Rome, centre of Europe and the world, became a national capital: no longer central and unique, but marginal and very similar in its problems and its solutions to other modern cities with a heavy burden of 'heritage'. This far-reaching book illuminates the historical significance of Rome's transformation and the crisis that Europe is now confronting as it struggles to re-invent without its ancestral centre - the city that had made Europe what it was, and defined what it meant to be European.

The Enlightenment (Paperback, 4th Revised edition): Dorinda Outram The Enlightenment (Paperback, 4th Revised edition)
Dorinda Outram
R654 R586 Discovery Miles 5 860 Save R68 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What is the Enlightenment? A period rich with debates on the nature of man, truth and the place of God, with the international circulation of ideas, people and gold. But did the Enlightenment mean the same for men and women, for rich and poor, for Europeans and non-Europeans? In this fourth edition of her acclaimed book, Dorinda Outram addresses these and other questions about the Enlightenment and its place at the foundation of modernity. Studied as a global phenomenon, Outram sets the period against broader social changes, touching on how historical interpretations of the Enlightenment continue to transform in response to contemporary socio-economic trends. Supported by a wide-ranging selection of documents online, this new edition provides an up-to-date overview of the main themes of the period and benefits from an expanded treatment of political economy and imperialism, making it essential reading for students of eighteenth-century history and philosophy.

The Spanish Civil War - Reaction, Revolution and Revenge (Paperback): Paul Preston The Spanish Civil War - Reaction, Revolution and Revenge (Paperback)
Paul Preston
R313 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R84 (27%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

UPDATED EDITION A rousing and full-blooded account of the Spanish Civil War and the rise to prominence of General Franco. No modern conflict has inflamed the passions of both civilians and intellectuals as much as the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39. Burned into our collective historical consciousness, it not only prefigured the imminent Second World War but also ushered in a new and horrific form of warfare that would come to define the twentieth century. At the same time it echoed the revolutionary aspirations of millions of Europeans and Americans after the painful years of the Great Depression. In this authoritative history, Paul Preston vividly recounts the political ideals and military horrors of the Spanish Civil War - including the controversial bombing of Guernica - and tracks the emergence of General Franco's brutal but extraordinarily durable fascist dictatorship.

Wilhelm II - Into the Abyss of War and Exile, 1900-1941 (Paperback): John C. G. Roehl Wilhelm II - Into the Abyss of War and Exile, 1900-1941 (Paperback)
John C. G. Roehl; Translated by Sheila de Bellaigue, Roy Bridge
R1,155 Discovery Miles 11 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This final volume of John Roehl's acclaimed biography of Kaiser Wilhelm II reveals the Kaiser's central role in the origins of the First World War. The book examines the Kaiser's part in the Boer War, the Russo-Japanese War, the naval arms race with Britain and Germany's rivalry with the United States as well as in the crises over Morocco, Bosnia and Agadir. It also sheds new light on the public scandals which accompanied his reign from the allegations of homosexuality made against his intimate friends to the Daily Telegraph Affair. Above all, John Roehl scrutinises the mounting tension between Germany and Britain and the increasing pressure the Kaiser exerted on his Austro-Hungarian ally from 1912 onwards to resolve the Serbian problem. Following Germany's defeat and Wilhelm's enforced abdication, he charts the Kaiser's bitter experience of exile in Holland and his frustrated hopes that Hitler would restore him to the throne.

The House of Government - A Saga of the Russian Revolution (Paperback): Yuri Slezkine The House of Government - A Saga of the Russian Revolution (Paperback)
Yuri Slezkine 1
R683 R565 Discovery Miles 5 650 Save R118 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The epic story of an enormous Soviet apartment building where Communist true believers lived before their destruction The House of Government is unlike any other book about the Russian Revolution and the Soviet experiment. Written in the tradition of Tolstoy's War and Peace, Grossman's Life and Fate, and Solzhenitsyn's The Gulag Archipelago, Yuri Slezkine's gripping narrative tells the chilling true story of an enormous Moscow apartment building where Soviet leaders and their families lived until hundreds of these Bolshevik true believers were led, one by one, to prison or to their deaths in Stalin's purges. Drawing on letters, diaries, and interviews with survivors, and featuring hundreds of rare photographs, this epic story weaves together biography, literary criticism, architectural history, and fascinating new theories of revolutions, millennial prophecies, and reigns of terror. The result is an unforgettable saga of a building that, like the Soviet Union itself, became a haunted house, forever disturbed by the ghosts of the disappeared.

Sir Joseph Banks, Iceland and the North Atlantic 1772-1820 / Journals, Letters and Documents (Hardcover, New edition): Anna... Sir Joseph Banks, Iceland and the North Atlantic 1772-1820 / Journals, Letters and Documents (Hardcover, New edition)
Anna Agnarsdottir
R3,305 Discovery Miles 33 050 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sir Joseph Banks was one of the great figures of Georgian England, best known for participating as naturalist in Cook's Endeavour voyage (1768-71), as a patron of science and as the longest-serving President of the Royal Society (1778-1820). This volume brings together all Banks's papers concerning Iceland and the North Atlantic, scattered in repositories in Britain, the United States, Australia and Denmark, and most published here for the first time. A detailed introduction places them in historical context.

The Great Mortality - An Intimate History of the Black Death (Paperback): John Kelly The Great Mortality - An Intimate History of the Black Death (Paperback)
John Kelly
R309 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Save R84 (27%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A compelling history of the Black Death that scoured Europe in the mid 14th-century killing twenty-five million people. It was one of the worst human disasters in history. 'The bodies were sparsely covered that the dogs dragged them forth and devoured them...And believing it to be the end of the world, no one wept for the dead, for all expected to die.' Agnolo di Turo, Siena, 1348 In just over a thousand days from 1347 to 1351 the 'Black Death' travelled across medieval Europe killing thirty per cent of its population. It was a catastrophe that touched the lives of every individual on the continent. The deadly Y. Pestis virus entered Europe in October 1347 by Genoese galley at Messina, Sicily. In the spring of 1348 it was devastating the cities of central Italy, by June 1348 it had reached France and Spain, and by August England. At St Mary's, Ashwell, Hertfordshire, an anonymous hand carved the following inscription for 1349: 'Wretched, terrible, destructive year, the remnants of the people alone remain.' According to the Foster scale, a kind of Richter scale of human disaster, the plague of 1347-51 is the second worst catastrophe in recorded history. Only World War II produced more death, physical damage, and emotional suffering. Defence analysts use it as the measure of thermonuclear war - in geographical extent, abruptness and casualties. In 'The Great Mortality' John Kelly retraces the journey of the Black Death using original source material - diary fragments, letters and manuscripts. It is the devastating portrait of a continent gripped by an epidemic, but also a very personal story, narrated by the individuals whose lives were touched by it.

First to Fight - The Polish War 1939 (Paperback): Roger Moorhouse First to Fight - The Polish War 1939 (Paperback)
Roger Moorhouse 1
R500 R350 Discovery Miles 3 500 Save R150 (30%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'This deeply researched, very well-written and penetrating book will be the standard work on the subject for many years to come' - Andrew Roberts, author of Churchill: Walking with Destiny

The Second World War began on 1 September 1939, when German tanks, trucks and infantry crossed the Polish border, and the Luftwaffe began bombing Poland’s cities. The Polish army fought bravely but could not withstand an attacker superior in numbers and technology; and when the Red Army invaded from the east – as agreed in the pact Hitler had concluded with Stalin – the country’s fate was sealed. Poland was the first to fight the German aggressor; it would be the first to suffer the full murderous force of Nazi persecution. By the end of the Second World War, one in five of its people had perished.

The Polish campaign is the forgotten story of the Second World War. Despite prefacing many of that conflict's later horrors – the wanton targeting of civilians, indiscriminate bombing and ethnic cleansing – it is little understood, and most of what we think we know about it is Nazi propaganda, such as the myth of Polish cavalry charging German tanks with their lances. In truth, Polish forces put up a spirited defence, in the expectation that they would be assisted by their British and French allies. That assistance never came.

First to Fight is the first history of the Polish war for almost half a century. Drawing on letters, memoirs and diaries by generals and politicians, soldiers and civilians from all sides, Roger Moorhouse’s dramatic account of the military events is entwined with a tragic human story of courage and suffering, and a dark tale of diplomatic betrayal.

Salonica, City of Ghosts - Christians, Muslims and Jews (Paperback): Mark Mazower Salonica, City of Ghosts - Christians, Muslims and Jews (Paperback)
Mark Mazower
R487 R308 Discovery Miles 3 080 Save R179 (37%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The history of a bewilderingly exotic city, rarely written about: five hundred years of clashing cultures and peoples, from the glories of Suleiman the Magnificent to its nadir under Nazi occupation. Salonica is the point where the wonders and horrors of the Orient and Europe have met over the centuries. Written with a Pepysian sense of the texture of daily life in the city through the ages, and with breathtakingly detailed historical research, Salonica evokes the sights, smells, habits, songs and responses of a unique city and its inhabitants. The history of Salonica is one of forgotten alternatives and wrong choices, of identities assumed and discarded. For centuries Jews, Christians and Muslims have succeeded each other in ascendancy, each people intent on erasing the presence of their predecessors, and the result is a city of extraordinarily rich cultural traditions and memories of extreme violence and genocide, one that sits on the overlapping hinterlands of both Europe and the East. Mark Mazower has written a work of astonishing depth and originality about this remarkable city. Magnificently researched and beautifully written, it is more than a book about a place; it studies in detail the way in which three great faiths and peoples have inhabited the same territory, and how smooth transitions and adaptations have been interwoven with violent endings and new beginnings.

Premodern Rulership and Contemporary Political Power - The King's Body Never Dies (Hardcover, 0): Karolina Anna... Premodern Rulership and Contemporary Political Power - The King's Body Never Dies (Hardcover, 0)
Karolina Anna Mroziewicz, Aleksander Sroczynski
R2,896 Discovery Miles 28 960 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Body Politic, Political Theology, Kingship, Propaganda, Medieval Studies

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