Here is another great history bargain box (there is some overlap with History/Military box 2). The 20 titles in this box are:
9780804140034Avenue Of Spies
9780143116172The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World: 10th Anniversary Edition
9780812998115World Without End: Spain
9780525428824The Sultan and the Queen The Untold Story of Elizabeth and Islam
9781594634284The Storied City The Quest for Timbuktu and the Fantastic Mission to Save Its Past
9781472124746Viceroys: The Creation of the British
9780733629624The Changi Camera: George Aspinall's Photographs and Memories
9781472128645Bethlehem- Biography of a Town
9780062464392The Flight Charles Lindberghs Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing
9781529353402Under the Knife
9780307958907The House of the Dead Siberian Exile Under the Tsars
9780306822827White Eskimo Knud Rasmussens Fearless Journey into the Heart of the Arctic
9780642278944Swallowed by the Sea: The Story of Australia's Shipwrecks
9780465074983The Last Man in Russia
9780670016570The Great Leader and the Fighter Pilot: The True Story of the Tyrant Who Created North Korea and the Young Lieutenant Who Stole His Way to Freedom
9781780237510Refrigerator: The Story of Cool in the Kitchen
9780525428336The Book That Changed America How Darwins Theory of Evolution Ignited a Nation
9781101980224LIVING WITH A DEAD LANGUAGE
9780375423758Strange Gods: A Secular History of Conversion
All history buffs will love this box, full of goodies that will expand their knowledge and interest.
Under the Knife by Arnold van de Laar details the history of surgery that will increase your knowledge of history and the body. Looking at significant operations in the past, this is a tense, thrilling read.
Daniel Beer's The House of the Dead is about the tsarist regime and is necessary reading for any fan of Russian history. Incredibly well-researched and uses individual stories to give a personal view.
Australian shipwrecks are well detailed in Swallowed by the Sea by Graeme Henderson. Full of beautiful illustrations and stunning stories that will leave you wanting more.
Helen Peavitt writes about the humble whitegood in Refrigerator: The Story of Cool in the Kitchen which looks at how the cool box developed into the product we know today and how it has affected our lives. Contains gorgeous illustrations and interesting information.
The beautiful cover for Living with a Dead Language by Ann Patty will draw you in to an exploration of Latin, as Patty merges her personal life with the history of the language in a stunning way. For language and memoir fans.
Elisa, Book Grocer