‘A genuinely new history of our nation’ DAN JONES‘Radically reframes our national story’ OBSERVER‘This celebration of women is a triumph of popular history’ SPECTATOR‘A lasting work of social history’ THE TIMES‘Normal Women is Gregory’s finest moment’ GLAMOUR UK
From bioarchaeologist and bestselling author of River Kings, a gripping new history of the making of England as a nation, told through six bone chests, stored for over a thousand years in Winchester Cathedral.
A groundbreaking investigation of how the Nazis helped German tycoons make billions from the horrors of the Third Reich and World War II – and how the world allowed them to get away with it.
A new assessment of the West’s colonial record
In the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet empire in 1989, many believed that we had arrived at the ‘End of History’ – that the global dominance of liberal democracy had been secured forever.
From the preeminent historian of 20th century Spain Paul Preston, Architects of Terror is a new history of how paranoia, conspiracy and anti-Semitism was used to justify the military coup of 1936 and enabled the construction of a dictatorship built on violence and persecution.
Have you ever heard the march of legions on a lonely country road?