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  • Women of the Raj by Margaret MacMillan
    Women of the Raj (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    A new edition of this vivid cultural and social history of the daughters, sisters, mothers and wives of the men at the centre of a daring imperialist experiment, revealing India in all its richness and vitality.

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  • Peacemakers Six Months that Changed The World by Margaret MacMillan
    Peacemakers Six Months that Changed The World (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    The story of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, when for six extraordinary months the city was at the centre of world government as the peacemakers wound up bankrupt empires and created new countries. This book brings to life the personalities, ideals and prejudices of the settlement brokers.

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  • Lessons of the Holocaust by Michael R. Marrus
    Lessons of the Holocaust (English, Paperback) Michael R. Marrus

    Lessons of the Holocaust is the perfect guide for the general reader to the historical and moral controversies which infuse the interpretation of the Holocaust and its significance.

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  • The War that Ended Peace by Professor Margaret MacMillan
    The War that Ended Peace (English, Paperback) Professor Margaret MacMillan

    WINNER of the International Affairs Book of the Year at the Political Book Awards 2014Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize 2013...

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  • The Uses and Abuses of History by Professor Margaret MacMillan
    The Uses and Abuses of History (English, Paperback) Professor Margaret MacMillan

    The past is capricious enough to support every stance - no matter how questionable. In 2002, the Bush administration decided that dealing with Saddam Hussein was like appeasing Hitler or Mussolini, and promptly invaded Iraq. Were they wrong to look to history for guidance? No; their mistake was to exaggerate one of its lessons while suppressing others of equal importance. History is often hijacked...

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  • Barbara W. Tuchman: The Guns of August, the Proud Tower (Loa #222) by Barbara W Tuchman
    Barbara W. Tuchman: The Guns of August, the Proud Tower (Loa #222) (English, Hardback) Barbara W Tuchman

    Two of Tuchman's classic military observations--"The Guns of August" and "The Proud Tower"--are presented for the first time in one volume to mark Tuchman's centennial year and the 50th anniversary of the publication of "The Guns of August."

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  • Paris 1919 by Margaret MacMillan
    Paris 1919 (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    Describes the six months following the end of the First World War when leaders of the great powers, as well as men and women from all over the world, all with their own agendas, converged on Paris to shape the peace.

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  • History's People by Margaret MacMillan
    History's People (English, Hardback) Margaret MacMillan

    The past is a great canvas and across it sweep the currents that move human affairs. Economic changes such as industrialization or capitalism, scientific and technological discoveries such as steam power or computers, or ideas such as liberalism or fascism, are the engines of history. Yet in every era individuals stand out from the crowds. Internationally acclaimed historian Margaret MacMillan...

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  • Dangerous Games by Margaret MacMillan
    Dangerous Games (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    Explores the ways in which history has been used to influence people and government, focusing on how reportage of past events has been manipulated to justify religious movements and political campaigns.

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  • History's People by Margaret MacMillan
    History's People (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    In History's People internationally acclaimed historian Margaret MacMillan gives her own personal selection of figures of the past, women and men, some famous and some little-known, who stand out for her. Some have changed the course of history and even directed the currents of their times. Others are memorable for being risk-takers, adventurers, or observers. She looks at the concept of...

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  • Die Friedensmacher by Margaret Macmillan
    Die Friedensmacher (German, Paperback) Margaret Macmillan $23.29
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  • Nixon and Mao by Margaret MacMillan
    Nixon and Mao (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    A study of the historic 1972 meeting between Richard Nixon and Mao and its long-term implications for the complex relationship of China and the U.S. profiles the key players in the event and critically analyzes its impact on modern history.

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  • The War That Ended Peace by Margaret MacMillan
    The War That Ended Peace (English, Paperback) Margaret MacMillan

    Presents a narrative portrait of Europe in the years leading up to World War I that illuminates the political, cultural, and economic factors and contributing personalities that shaped major events.

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  • Dangerous Games by Margaret MacMillan
    Dangerous Games (English, Hardback) Margaret MacMillan

    Margaret MacMillan, an acclaimed historian and ?great storyteller? (The New York Review of Books), explores here the many ways in which history?its values and dangers?affects us all, including how it is used and abused. The New York Times bestselling author of Paris 1919 and Nixon and Mao reveals how a deeper engagement with history in our private lives and, more important, in the sphere of public...

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  • Extraordinary Canadians: Stephen Leacock by Margaret MacMillan
    Extraordinary Canadians: Stephen Leacock (English, Hardback) Margaret MacMillan

    Canada's foremost historian examines the life of a great humorist. Stephen Leacock's satiric masterpiece Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town captures "the Empire forever"mentality that marked Anglo-Canadian life in the early decades of the twentieth century. Historian Margaret Macmillan?whose books Women of the Raj and Paris 1919 cast fresh light on the colonial legacy?has great affection for...

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  • The War that Ended Peace by Professor Margaret MacMillan
    The War that Ended Peace (English, Hardback) Professor Margaret MacMillan

    The First World War followed a period of sustained peace in Europe during which people talked with confidence of prosperity, progress and hope. This title offers the history of the political, cultural, military and personal forces which shaped Europe's path to the Great War.

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  • Peacemakers by Margaret MacMillan
    Peacemakers (CD-Audio) Margaret MacMillan

    The story of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, when for six extraordinary months the city was at the centre of world government as the peacemakers wound up bankrupt empires and created new countries.

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  • 14-18 NOW by Jenny Waldman
    14-18 NOW (English, Hardback) Jenny Waldman

    14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions includes a detailed look at the extensive 14-18 NOW programme, which was established to mark the centenary of the First World War. Spread over five years, this programme of extraordinary arts experiences linking people to WW1 included painting, photography, sculpture, poetry, theatre, dance, installation, film and other performance pieces. It is one of the...

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