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Elizabeth I Life in Medieval Europe Hitler’s Housewives Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great

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Children Against Hitler The Amritsar Massacre Children at War 1914–1918 Landru’s Secret

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The English Civil War A History of the Medicines We Take Rome: Republic into Empire Elizabeth I’s Secret Lover

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1920: A Year of Global Turmoil by David Charlwood.

Read the article via History Hit: ‘Not our finest hour – Churchill and Britain’s forgotten wars of 1920’.

About the book: Violent uprisings are tearing apart the Middle East, nationalism is on the march in Europe and an unlikely presidential candidate is running for election in the US on a populist platform to put ‘America first’. The year is 1920.

1920: A Year of Global Turmoil tells the story of twelve months that set in motion one hundred years of history. From America to Asia, the events of 1920 foreshadowed the decline of empires, the coming of another global conflict and the rise of an American president who would change his country’s relationship with the world. Weaving personal accounts with grand narrative, it vividly illuminates a past which echoes the present.

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The People’s Army in the Spanish Civil War – A Military History of the Republic and International Brigades 1936–1939 by Alexander Clifford.

Read the article via History Hit: ‘Why did the Republicans lose the Spanish Civil War?’

About the book: Why did the Spanish Republic lose the Spanish Civil War – and could the Republic have won? These are the key questions Alexander Clifford addresses in this in-depth study of the People’s Army and the critical battles of Brunete, Belchite and Teruel. These battles represented the Republic’s best chance of military success, but after bitter fighting its forces were beaten back. From then on the Republic, facing the superior army of Franco and the Nationalists, aided by Germany and Italy, faced inevitable defeat.

This tightly focused and perceptive account of the military history of the Republic and its army is fascinating reading. As well as providing a broad overview of the strategy and tactics of the People’s Army and its Nationalist opponents, Alexander Clifford quotes vivid eyewitness testimony to give the reader a direct insight into the experience of the front-line soldiers on both sides during these three critical battles. Their recollections reveal to the reader what it was like to fight in the scorching heat of the plains around Brunete, in the shattered streets of Belchite – still ruined to this day – and in the frozen hills of Teruel.

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The Battle for Warsaw, 1939–1945 Churchill Prisoners on Cannock Chase

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Plus! Your February reading list
In Bed with the Georgians Cheerful Sacrifice Dresden and the Heavy Bombers In Love and War

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Albert Ball VC The Victorian Guide to Sex Enemy Coast Ahead Enemies of the State

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