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1918: War and Peace
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A magisterial study of the transition to peace at the close of World War I. Learn More

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AD 381
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A provoking and timely examination of one of the most important times in Church history Learn More

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AD 381 (Paperback)
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A provoking and timely examination of one of the most important times in Church history Learn More

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The Alchemaster's Apprentice
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The fourth book in the beloved Zamonia series by Overlook's bestselling author Walter Moers Learn More

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Alexander the Corrector
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The bizarre and fascinating story behind Cruden's Concordance to the Bible. Learn More

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Alexander the Corrector (Paperback)
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The bizarre and fascinating story behind Cruden's Concordance to the Bible. Learn More

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Alexander the Great
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By the author of The Spartans, the remarkable life of Alexander the Great, perhaps the greatest military genius of all time. Learn More

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America's Longest Siege
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A sweeping, provocative new history of the city and the times that ignited America’s Civil War
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American Anabasis
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The Marines’ march up to Baghdad, Sherman’s trail of destruction in Georgia, an army of Missouri volunteers trekking across the Great Plains to Mexico—this wide-ranging and imaginative book tells for the first time the story of how American armies from the sands of Iraq to the halls of the Montezuma have followed figuratively in the footsteps of the original Anabasis, the famous Greek march into the interior of Asia made by Xenophon and the Ten Thousand in 400 BC.


Starting with the Iraq War, Tim Rood turns back to the conquest of the American West and to the Civil War, showing how one of the most famous episodes in classical antiquity was first appropriated in the name of military expansion, and then used to express conflicting responses to the most controversial campaign of the Civil War. Allusions to Xenophon in speeches, newspaper reports, and military memoirs are throughout read against Xenophon’s own story.
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American Shelter
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Illustrated history of American housing styles. Learn More

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