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Long Walk to Nowhere

by Allan Munn Austin Macauley Publishers (June 30, 2020)

Africa is struggling whilst western political correctness has gone mad. Its insanity props up autocrats who are controlling uncontrollably. Blind eyes are turned on the causes of the African refugees' plight,...

Prohibitted Knowledge

by Miguel Pedrero & Jeffrey Stuart Isfeld Cydonia (August 04, 2020)

There is a "forbidden knowledge" or "cursed" that is elbowing its way. Although large academic institutions and political and financial power try to stop it, committed, prepared and enlightened women and men...


by Meyer Levin Burtyrki Books (January 30, 2020)

Eva: A Novel of the Holocaust, first published in 1959, is a fictionalized account of Ida Loew, a young Jewish girl from Poland who survived the Jewish pogroms of the Nazis and the Auschwitz camp. The book opens...

Unsettling Truths

by Mark Charles & Soong-Chan Rah Ivp Books (November 05, 2019)

  • ECPA
  • 2019 American Society of Missiology Book Award — Excellence in Missiology
★ Publishers Weekly starred review

To Think Christianly

by Charles E. Cotherman & Kenneth G. Elzinga Ivp Academic (April 28, 2020)

  • 2020 ECPA Top Shelf Book Cover Award
  • The C. S. Lewis Institute near Washington, DC
  • R. C. Sproul's Ligonier Valley Study Center in Stahlstown, Pennsylvania
  • New College Berkeley
  • The Center for Christian Study at the...

The Dust of Death

by Os Guinness Ivp (September 01, 2020)

In 1968, at the climax of the sixties, Os Guinness visited the United States for the first time. There he was struck by an impression he'd already felt in England and elsewhere: beneath all the idealism and...

The Myth of the American Dream

by D. L. Mayfield Ivp (May 05, 2020)

  • 2020 ECPA Top Shelf Book Cover Award

Everglades City

by Maureen Sullivan-Hartung Arcadia Publishing (October 26, 2020)

Today's Everglades City was originally called "Everglade" when it was but a vast formidable wilderness. Following county namesake Barron Gift Collier's arrival and subsequent establishment of both the county...

Bucks County Trolleys

by Mike Szilagyi Arcadia Publishing (October 26, 2020)

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, was once served by 120 miles of trolley lines. During the decades spanning the 1890s to 1950s, a variety of trolley cars glided through Bucks County's towns and countryside, beginning...


by Lynn Arave Arcadia Publishing (October 26, 2020)

Layton was settled in 1850 by pioneers in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. An outgrowth of Kaysville, Layton separated in 1902 following a 20-year legal battle. The city incorporated in 1920....

Soldiers National Cemetery at Gettysburg

by Jarrad Fuoss & Jared Frederick Arcadia Publishing (October 26, 2020)

In early June 1863, the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia launched a summer campaign that brought horrific war to the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In just over three days of cataclysmic battle, 51,000...

Lincoln's Wartime Tours from Washington, D.C.

by John W. Schildt The History Press (October 26, 2020)

Abraham Lincoln spent much of his presidency traveling. His visits to Antietam to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and to Pennsylvania for the famed Gettysburg Address are well remembered. During the course...

Last Call for Liberty

by Os Guinness Ivp Books (October 02, 2018)

  • 2019 Logos Bookstore Association Award for Christianity/Culture
  • 2018 WORLD Magazine Book of the Year - Understanding America

The Wild, Wild West

by John Richard Stephens, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Louis Stevenson & Washington Irving et al. Fern Canyon Press (March 06, 2013)

A town that had a man for breakfast every morning.

That's how Tombstone, Arizona was described in the late-1800s, bolstering the myth that a corpse would be found cooling in the town's dusty streets each sunrise....

Humor and the Civil War

by John Richard Stephens, Petroleum V. Nasby, Artemus Ward & Orpheus C. Kerr et al. Fern Canyon Press (March 06, 2013)

President Abraham Lincoln said he wouldn't have been able to survive the Civil War without his jokes and amusing stories. That war was by far the greatest struggle the United States has ever faced. More Americans...

Captured by Pirates

by John Richard Stephens, John Battis, Captain John Stairs & Captain Rufus Frink et al. Fern Canyon Press (March 06, 2013)

Pirates are primarily known for their swashbuckling attitudes, their freebooting lifestyle, their high-seas adventures and their stolen treasure, but their victims tend to be forgotten. These are the innocent...

Wyatt Earp Speaks

by Wyatt Earp, John Richard Stephens, Bat Masterson & Big Nose Kate et al. Fern Canyon Press (March 06, 2013)

Legendary lawman Wyatt Earp entered Wild West history with his guns blazing and people have been fighting about him ever since. His exploits have become so distorted by many books and movies that, chances are,...

The Rise of the Third Reich

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

The name Adolf Hitler ? even half a century after the fall of the Third Reich ? continues to evoke disgust, contempt and astonishment. How was it possible for an amateur painter to seduce an entire people? How...

A World at War

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

On 9th August, 1945, American pilot Charles W Sweeney threw a nuclear bomb over the Japanese city of Nagasaki. 43 seconds later, his deadly cargo exploded in the air over the port city and turned the thriving...

Death in the Trenches

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

The showdown should have been a brief affair, where the German Empire put its neighbours in their place. Encouraged by the spirit of adventure thousands of young men volunteered to defend the nation?s honour....

Pacific War

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

On the morning of Sunday 7th December, 1941, 183 Japanese aircraft fly across the quiet American naval base of Pearl Harbor. After a few minutes, oil stocks and airfields are in flames, and several of the United...

Nazi Mysteries

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

World War II is the best described, most catalogued event in history. Thousands of books, hundreds of thousands of articles, and an abundance of documentaries and lectures describe the horrors of war, the battle...

The Third Reich

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

In 1933 Adolf Hitler seizes power after seducing the German people with lavish promises of restoring order, prosperity and the Greater German Reich to its former glories. He then goes to on exploit other Western...

Hell on the Eastern Front

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

German tanks rolled unimpeded across the Russian steppes at the start of Hitler?s campaign against the Soviet Union. But in 1943, the so-called Slavic "untermensch" (subhumans) gain the initiative and transform...

Fall of the Third Reich

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

Adolf Hitler ruled Germany for 12 years. As the Third Reich began to collapse in on itself in the spring of 1945, the Fu?hrer took up residence in Berlin. By the middle of April he?d entrenched himself in a...

Incredible Weapons

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

Luftwaffe pilots fear one weapon more than any other: British Spitfires. Powerful Rolls Royce engines and an ingenious design make the plane fast and manoeuvrable. In 1940, Spitfires and their fearless pilots...

Special Operations

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

The battle is won, the enemy driven out, and everyone can breathe again. Many field generals thought this ? but generals often make mistakes. Throughout World War II, specially trained soldiers made sure that...

Unsolved Mysteries of WWII

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

Nazi propaganda presented Adolf Hitler as ascetic, solitary and a brilliant Fu?hrer. Only a few knew the real man behind World War II. His mystery has fuelled numerous conspiracy theories ? like why Hitler?s...

Inside the Third Reich

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

Germany in the early 1930s is falling apart. The population is disillusioned, poverty is spreading, and unemployment is everywhere. Many Germans see Adolf Hitler as the only man who can pull the country out...

Heroes and Villains

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

With Europe overrun by Hitler?s thundering war machine, Churchill is the only head of state with the courage to stand up to the Fu?hrer. The British Prime Minister?s iron will makes him a role model in Great...

Biggest Blunders of WWII

by World History Saga Egmont (September 19, 2020)

In August 1940, Berlin was hit by British bombers. Hitler immediately ordered a series of gigantic air defences be built ? each one more expensive than the city?s entire Olympic facilities ? but they?re ineffective...

The Bright Side

by Maren Uthaug & Misha Hoekstra Lindhardt og Ringhof (October 23, 2015)

Introducing the first GIF book from Denmark! This living e-book is a fully animated English edition of Maren Uthaug?s critically praised graphic novel. Uthaug is a prizewinning author whose characteristic drawing...

Kierkegaard's Universe. A Guide to the Genius

by Johannes Sløk & Kenneth Tindall Lindhardt og Ringhof (February 12, 2013)

In 2013 we celebrate Kierkegaard?s 200th birthday with this magnificent guide from one of the most acclaimed Danish Kierkegaard experts. There are many reasons why Kierkegaard is outrageously hard to read. By...