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D-Day Through French Eyes, Mary Louise Roberts. “Like big black umbrellas, they rain down on the fields across the way, and then disappear behind the black line of the hedges.” Silent parachutes dotting the night sky—that’s how one woman in Normandy in June of 1944 learned that the D-Day invasion was under way. click through for book

D-Day Through French Eyes, Mary Louise Roberts. “Like big black umbrellas, they rain down on the fields across the way, and then disappear behind the black line of the hedges.” Silent parachutes dotting the night sky—that’s how one woman in Normandy in June of 1944 learned that the D-Day invasion was under way. click through for book

Louis: The French Prince Who Invaded England - In 1215 a group of English barons, dissatisfied with the weak and despicable King John, decided that they needed a new monarch. They wanted a strong, experienced man, of royal blood, and they found him on the other side of the Channel: astonishingly, the most attractive candidate for the crown of England was Louis, eldest son and heir of the king of France. In this fascinating biography of England's least-known "king"

Louis: The French Prince Who Invaded England - In 1215 a group of English barons, dissatisfied with the weak and despicable King John, decided that they needed a new monarch. They wanted a strong, experienced man, of royal blood, and they found him on the other side of the Channel: astonishingly, the most attractive candidate for the crown of England was Louis, eldest son and heir of the king of France. In this fascinating biography of England's least-known "king"

Revolutions Without Borders: The Call to Liberty in the Atlantic World - Nation-based histories cannot do justice to the rowdy, radical interchange of ideas around the Atlantic world during the tumultuous years from 1776 to 1804. National borders were powerless to restrict the flow of enticing new visions of human rights and universal freedom. This expansive history explores how the revolutionary ideas that spurred the American and French revolutions reverberated far and wide

Revolutions Without Borders: The Call to Liberty in the Atlantic World - Nation-based histories cannot do justice to the rowdy, radical interchange of ideas around the Atlantic world during the tumultuous years from 1776 to 1804. National borders were powerless to restrict the flow of enticing new visions of human rights and universal freedom. This expansive history explores how the revolutionary ideas that spurred the American and French revolutions reverberated far and wide

Massacre: The Life and Death of the Paris Commune - The Paris Commune lasted for only 64 days in 1871, but during that short time it gave rise to some of the grandest political dreams of the nineteenth century--before culminating in horrific violence. Following the disastrous French defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, hungry and politically disenchanted Parisians took up arms against their government in the name of a more just society. They expelled loyalists and soldiers and erected…

Massacre: The Life and Death of the Paris Commune - The Paris Commune lasted for only 64 days in 1871, but during that short time it gave rise to some of the grandest political dreams of the nineteenth century--before culminating in horrific violence. Following the disastrous French defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, hungry and politically disenchanted Parisians took up arms against their government in the name of a more just society. They expelled loyalists and soldiers and erected…

Hans Christian Andersen: European Witness - Rarely does an American or European child grow up without an introduction to Hans Christian Andersen's "The Ugly Duckling," "The Princess and the Pea," or "Thumbelina." Andersen began publishing his fairy tales in 1835, and they brought him almost immediate acclaim among Danish and German readers, followed quickly by the French, Swedes, Swiss, Norwegians, British, and Americans. Ultimately he wrote more than 150 tales. And yet, Paul Binding…

Hans Christian Andersen: European Witness - Rarely does an American or European child grow up without an introduction to Hans Christian Andersen's "The Ugly Duckling," "The Princess and the Pea," or "Thumbelina." Andersen began publishing his fairy tales in 1835, and they brought him almost immediate acclaim among Danish and German readers, followed quickly by the French, Swedes, Swiss, Norwegians, British, and Americans. Ultimately he wrote more than 150 tales. And yet, Paul Binding…

Anatomy of Malice: The Enigma of the Nazi War Criminals by Joel E. Dimsdale

Mourning Lincoln by Martha Hodes http://www.amazon.com/dp/030021975X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ZxUFwb00YC9PZ

Mourning Lincoln by Martha Hodes http://www.amazon.com/dp/030021975X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ZxUFwb00YC9PZ

Another must-listen from my #AudibleApp: "The Pity of War: Explaining World War One" by Niall Ferguson, narrated by Graeme Malcolm.

Another must-listen from my #AudibleApp: "The Pity of War: Explaining World War One" by Niall Ferguson, narrated by Graeme Malcolm.

Every Little Step: My Story by Bobby Brown

Every Little Step: My Story by Bobby Brown

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