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Brigades of Gettysburg by Bradley M. Gottfried

A vivid New York Times bestseller: The most crucial battle of the American Civil War comes to life in this “exhaustive, engrossing study… Vividly written” (Publishers Weekly).

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Escape from Sobibor by Richard Rashke

“Moving… deserves to be read” (The Washington Post): This gripping narrative recounts the largest prisoner escape of World War II, when hundreds of Jews imprisoned in a secret Nazi death camp bravely revolted against their captors. “Well-researched and well-written” (Library Journal).

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Last Train to Paradise by Les Standiford

In 1904, Henry Flagler began work on an unbelievable project — connecting Florida to the islands of Key West with 153 miles of railroad across the open ocean. Find out what doomed the disastrous project in this New York Times bestseller hailed as “remarkable” (Booklist).

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The Mistresses of Cliveden by Natalie Livingstone

Perfect for fans of Downton Abbey, this fascinating book follows the tumultuous lives of the real women who inhabited a famous manor over three centuries. “Lovers of modern English history and the scandals that infiltrated upper-crust society will find much to enjoy in this work” (Library Journal).

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Nathan Hale by M. William Phelps

This New York Times bestseller tells the riveting true story of Nathan Hale — America’s first spy. Learn about the man who sacrificed himself for a young nation’s freedom in this “nuanced portrait… a well-done, balanced account of a short but interesting life” (Booklist).

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Hamilton’s Curse by Thomas Dilorenzo

How did the United States come to abandon the Jeffersonian ideal of government in favor of the Hamiltonian model? This eye-opening book reveals the truth — and lasting consequences — of an infamous rivalry.

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The Telephone Gambit by Seth Shulman

“Masterfully breathes life into a long-forgotten controversy” (Entertainment Weekly): Did Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, steal the most important idea behind his creation? This real-life mystery is “as much fun to read as an Agatha Christie whodunit” (The Wall Street Journal).

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The Best of American Heritage: World War I by Edwin S. Grosvenor

Gain a deeper understanding of US participation in World War I. This in-depth guide, collected from 10 masterful historians and generals, delivers an overarching view of the conflict as well as intimate portrayals of personal bravery.

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Twentieth Century Journey by William L. Shirer

In this indispensable New York Times bestselling collection, a US foreign correspondent shares his momentous career — and his harrowing years reporting from Berlin during Hitler’s rise. “More than any conventional history book, Shirer’s memoirs let a reader relive history” (People).

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Harold and Jack by Christopher Sandford

“A glimpse behind the sheen of diplomacy… intriguing” (Publishers Weekly): Witness the unlikely friendship between John F. Kennedy and British prime minister Harold Macmillan — and how it shaped two nations — in this “interesting and persuasive account” (The Washington Post).

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With Wings Like Eagles by Michael Korda

The epic Battle of Britain is chronicled as never before in this masterful New York Times bestseller. “Bold and refreshing… Korda writes with great elegance and flair” (The Wall Street Journal).

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Galileo and Newton by William Bixby

Galileo Galilei and Isaac Newton couldn’t have been more different in temperament, yet both men revolutionized science with their bold discoveries. In these pages, their fascinating stories — and their groundbreaking accomplishments — are brought to life.

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The Case of the Slave Ship Amistad by Mary Cable

In 1839, Mende captives seized control of the slave ship La Amistad, prompting an international legal battle and a landmark Supreme Court case. This superbly researched account is “a piece of history readable as a novel... Should not be missed” (Los Angeles Times).

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The Prince Who Would Be King by Sarah Fraser

A New York Times bestselling author delivers an engaging biography of Henry Stuart, the brilliant, little-known Jacobean prince who nearly changed the course of British history before his untimely death.

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England by R. J. White

Despite the country’s small footprint, England has made an enormous impact on human history. This engrossing volume spans many centuries, illuminating how events like the Norman Conquest and the defeat of the Spanish Armada changed the world.

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