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The Widowed Ones: Beyond the Battle of the Little Bighorn

Readers interested in 19th-century, women’s, and military history will be drawn into this thoroughly humane and sympathetic treatment of U.S. army widows.
PREMIUM

France: An Adventure History

In this refreshing history, Robb will challenge U.S. readers’ assumptions about France by interjecting new discoveries, more diversity, and an aptitude for strong storytelling.
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Danger Close! A Vietnam Memoir

This Vietnam War memoir balances a first-hand account of the horrors of war with a historical perspective on the military leadership of the time.
PREMIUM

The Times They Were A-Changin’: 1964—The Year the Sixties Arrived and the Battle Lines of Today Were Drawn

Despite its flaws, McElvaine’s book will be enjoyable for readers who like popular history, and particularly for Baby Boomers feeling wistful about the past.

Conspiracy on Cato Street: A Tale of Liberty and Revolution in Regency London

Gatrell asks all the right questions of his subject, and his answers are sound and illuminating. Of equal pleasure for academics and lay readers.
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1368: China and the Making of the Modern World

Highly recommended for all students of East Asian history.

Incomparable Realms: Spain During the Golden Age, 1500–1700

The illustrations alone make Robbins’s book worth purchasing, but it is also a defining study of a seminal period in the history of Western art.
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Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic

A delightful read about humanity’s fascination and obsession with the sea and sea-wrecks.
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Hitler’s Girl

Though it will be primarily of interest to history buffs, this may be a cautionary tale for today. Democratic institutions are fragile and many of the problems roiling the waters of the ’30s are ascendant again.
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