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You know that Rome wasn't built in a day, but just how did a cluster of small hilltop villages expand to become one of the greatest empires in history?
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Dr Yijie Zhuang
30-Second Ancient China unlocks the secrets of its Bronze Age glories and offers summaries of everything.
Details the art of the poisoner; a timeline of fashions in poison across time; and a 20 top poisons identifier, from the herbal mixtures of Ancient Rome to modern killers such as polonium.
Format: Hard Cover
Experience the all-important Normandy invasion through some of D-Day's most incredible photographs.
Amandeep Singh Madra and Parmjit Singh
In 1860, a 70 year old widow turned landlady named Mary Emsley was found dead in her own home, killed by a blow to the back of her head.
Tells the terrible story of Stalin, whose monstrous rule was directly responsible for millions of deaths, with 1,500 people a day being killed during the Great Purge of 1932-33.
In this short, lively book, Robin Hanbury-Tenison tells the story of the greatest explorers in history and explains what made them so special and their achievements so extraordinary.
Ruth Martin, Volker Weidermann
History that reads like a novel: the story of the writers and intellectuals behind the failed Bavarian Revolution of 1918.
When you open Strange 66 you will take a look beyond the all-American sheen and to the seedy, creepy, and just plain weird stories behind Americas Mother Road.