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    Spinning History
    Politics and Propaganda in World War II
    By Nathaniel Lande
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In this fascinating book, more relevant than ever in today's political climate of "alternative facts," bestselling author and historian Nathaniel Lande explores the Great War at the heart of the twentieth century through the prism of theater. He presents the war as a drama that evolved and developed... [READ MORE]
    With Hitler and Mussolini
    Memoirs of a Nazi Interpreter
    By Eugen Dollmann, Foreword by David Talbot
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    An insider’s view of Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich, and Mussolini.In the years before World War II, Eugen Dollmann arrived in Rome on a scholarship, intending to write a history of the Catholic Church. Instead he joined the Nazi Party and became an interpreter to various members of the German and Italian... [READ MORE]
    Nazi Fugitive
    The True Story of a German on the Run
    By Eugen Dollmann, Foreword by David Talbot
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    An SS colonel goes underground at the end of WWIIEugen Dollmann was a scholar and member of the SS whose connections among Italian society led to a posting as a liaison officer attached to Mussolini during World War II. In his work as a diplomat and interpreter, he associated with Heydrich, Himmler,... [READ MORE]
    The Attica Turkey Shoot
    Carnage, Cover-Up, and the Pursuit of Justice
    By Malcolm Bell, Foreword by Heather Ann Thompson
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Attica Turkey Shoot tells a story that New York State did not want you to know. In 1971, following a prison riot at the Attica Correctional Facility, state police and prison guards slaughtered thirty-nine hostages and inmates and tortured more than one thousand men after they had surrendered. State... [READ MORE]
    The Quest to Live Forever and How It Drives Civilization
    By Stephen Cave, Foreword by Michael Shermer
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A fascinating work of popular philosophy and history that both enlightens and entertains, Stephen Cave’s Immortality investigates whether it just might be possible to live forever and whether we should want to. But it also makes a powerful argument, which is that it’s our very preoccupation with defying... [READ MORE]
    Russia at War, 1941?1945
    A History
    By Alexander Werth, Foreword by Nicolas Werth
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In 1941, Russian-born British journalist Alexander Werth observed the unfolding of the Soviet-German conflict with his own eyes. What followed was the widely acclaimed book, Russia at War, first printed in 1964. At once a history of facts, a collection of interviews, and a document of the human condition,... [READ MORE]
    Stark Mad Abolitionists
    Lawrence, Kansas, and the Battle over Slavery in the Civil War Era
    By Robert K. Sutton, Foreword by Bob Dole
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A town at the center of the United States becomes the site of an ongoing struggle for freedom and equality.In May, 1854, Massachusetts was in an uproar. A judge, bound by the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, had just ordered a young African American man who had escaped from slavery in Virginia and settled... [READ MORE]
    Alexander Hamilton's Revolution
    His Vital Role as Washington's Chief of Staff
    By Phillip Thomas Tucker
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Despite his less-than-promising beginnings as the only key Founding Father not born and raised on American soil, Hamilton was one of the best and brightest of his generation. His notoriety has rested almost entirely on his role as Secretary of the Treasury in Washington's administration, yet few realize... [READ MORE]
    The Year of Fire and Ice
    By Victor Brooks
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Blazing hot meets icy cool in a momentous year in US history On New Year’s Day in 1967, the 200 million Americans who lived in the United States were about to experience a fascinating, exciting, and sometimes bewildering twelve months that for many formed an iconic portion of their lives. Despite the... [READ MORE]
    Ten Days that Shook the World
    By John Reed
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    "This book is a slice of intensified history—history as I saw it.” So begins John Reed’s first-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Much anticipated when it was published in 1919, Reed’s narrative remains as riveting today as when the events he describes were still reverberating throughout... [READ MORE]
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