Black History Month has arrived once again, right on schedule.
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As part of Prestel’s Masters of Art series, Chagall offers an introductory foundation to the life and works of Russian painter Marc Chagall (1887–1985).
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“a more complete accounting of the life of Rome’s greatest nemesis . . .”
Does the world need another book on Oscar Hammerstein II? Hugh Fordin’s Getting to Know Him is a solid biography.
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“underscores the danger of relying on eyewitness testimony.”
“The print quality equals that of the best fine art books. Paleontology enthusiasts, and perhaps even Audubon aficionados, will not be disappointed.”
“The Chaos Machine is an urgent overview of an issue that is increasingly dominating the modern age.”
This book appears just as reports emerge that Russian forces have looted museums in five Ukrainian towns under their control.
“a neat little introduction to Germany’s excellent, but ultimately ineffective jet fighter.”
“the narrative has clear writing and solid scholarship that does not promote an agenda, leaving the reader to imagine broader implications and slavery’s legacy.”
“According to military historian Mark Moyar, not only was the communist victory in Vietnam not inevitable, but by 1968 the war had shifted in America’s and South Vietnam’s
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“an excellent introductory volume that definitely lives up to its title as an Essential History for anyone unfamiliar with this conflict.”
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“insightful and inspiring and will remind you why relationships matter so much in our lives.”
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“In today’s world of 24-hour news cycles, blogs, and websites, Bernstein’s memoir of his early days in the newspaper business is as much an archaeological excavation as it is a personal sto
“The general message in LGBTQ+ Families is that all types of families exist, and they are formed in many different ways.”
“Filled with stories and gossip, the book will have strong appeal for aspiring writers and readers interested in LGBTQ life in the 1940s.”
“a fast-paced, engrossing read that casual readers and enthusiasts for stories related to true crime and the Mafia won’t be able to refuse.”