“an excellent strategic and operational analysis of this mostly ignored campaign . . .”
“No Surrender encompasses a powerful story about human brotherhood and comradeship reckoning with—and overcoming—the evil realities of Hitler’s Nazi regime.”
This book is absolutely essential reading for anyone hoping to understand post-Soviet Russia and America’s role in shaping its trajectories at home and on the world stage.
“With clear prose and an excellent writing style, Stephen Harding, editor of Military History magazine, is to be commended for bringing another interesting story of World War II to
“This is the story of catastrophic misjudgments, wishful thinking, and outright betrayal of Czechoslovakia by Europe’s leading powers.”
"Dalrymple knows the scholarship well but he writes in a way that the reader goes on an enlightening and entertaining tour of the history of the British East India Company."
“. . . deeply moving, well researched, and fittingly appropriate tribute to the enduring legacy of Prince Albert . . .”
Here is a wide-ranging history and analysis of a force—migration—that has shaped Europe and continues to do so today.
"No one needs a background in the Renaissance and its Holy Roman Church to enjoy this epic and fast- paced tale of debauchery, intrigue, politics, and more."
“Biographer and historian Jean Edward Smith . . .
“[A]n exhaustive biography of the remarkable Habsburg ruler coupled with important insights into the birth of the modern state system of Europe . . .”
“The background well-blended into one man's heroic story forms an epic tragedy of Poland in World War II . . .”
“As a reference work, Desmarais’ study succeeds in its intended purpose.”
Francoise Gilot was just 21 when she met Pablo Picasso, four decades her senior.
“Nagorski provides a compelling narrative of the war’s major events, developments, and personalities in 1941.”
“Rarely has Europe produced anything finer in terms of piercing analysis or moral subtlety. . . .
“The story of Winston Churchill’s secretaries and literary assistants has been told before, but not in such a focused and complete manner as in Cita Stelzer’s book Working with Winston
“This book will be a hard pill to swallow for many in the United States and the West. It raises uncomfortable moral dilemmas and exposes Western weaknesses. . . .”
“Hitler’s Death represents a useful contribution to the neverending literature dealing in some way with the life and death of this most despicable of human beings.
“What if the CIA didn’t really want the NSA to find the source of the devastating leaks?
"The Regency Years reads like a romance novel of its period without the novel but makes an entertaining nonfiction read with superior prose and di
“A good piece of writing should be brief and concise, but it must also be worthy.”
“Rubenhold does a commendable job in bringing these women on stage and through their stories illuminating the appalling reality behind the veneer of Victorian complacency.
“Case Red has detail that . . . would make an educational and entertaining read for the World War II enthusiast.”
“Weis’ book is particularly fascinating in offering a detailed picture of the place of the courtesan in 19th century Parisian social life.”