The first comprehensive study of the Thule Society—a Munich group that melded anti-Christian ideology with a belief in the supremacy of Aryans—and its role in the anti-Semitic ideology of Hitler and other top Nazis.
Acclaimed author McLynn profiles six of history’s great warriors: Spartacus, Attila the Hun, Richard the Lionhearted, Cortés, Tokugawa Ieyasu and Napoleon, examining the complex psychologies of these extraordinary men.
The clans of the Scottish Highlands have long given their people a powerful sense of shared identity. In this illustrated volume, Moffat offers a rich history of these closely knit communities and their traditions.
The first general English history of the Germanic tribe that migrated from Scandinavia in the early fifth century AD, established a kingdom in North Africa, and became one of the Western Roman Empire’s greatest nemeses.
Bancroft Prize-winning historian Odd Arne Westad has revised Roberts’s landmark work to bring the narrative up to the twenty-first century with such topics as the 9/11 attacks and the 2008 financial crisis.
Berlin’s hold on Adolf Hitler, from the ways his political aspirations were reflected in his architectural plans for the capital to the city’s surprising influence on the development of his political ideas.
During World War II, the role of the Hitler Youth Movement evolved from assisting with postal, train, and fire services into full combat deployment. Here are graphic images of the boys of this Waffen-SS force in action.
Hitler’s rise to power, and the Nazi Reich’s inexorable march to war, as seen by Americans in Germany—diplomats, military, expatriates, visiting authors, and Olympic athletes—who watched horrified and up close.
This astonishing narrative history recounts 3,000 years of crucial battles in and around modern-day Israel, from the ancient Israelites’ siege of Jericho to the high-tech 1982 battle in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley.
The riveting story of “The Baltimore Plot,” an audacious conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln on the eve of the Civil War—and the desperate efforts of Allan Pinkerton, America’s first private eye, to foil the plan.
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