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The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World: From Marathon To Waterloo

The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World: From Marathon To Waterloo

By Sir Edward Creasy, M.A. One of the greatest classics of military history ever written, produced by an English historian who understood the significance of race in history. The author… Read more »

Charles II

Charles II

By Jacob Abbott. The ascension of Charles II to the British throne in 1660 marked the end of the English republican era—and the start of a period of unparalleled hedonism… Read more »

Charles I

Charles I

By Jacob Abbott. A dramatic and sweeping account from master storyteller Jacob Abbott, detailing the trials, tribulations, errors, and ultimate tragedy of Charles I (1600–1649), who achieved fame by becoming… Read more »

The Story of France

The Story of France

By Mary MacGregor. One of the most complete and concise histories of the great nation of France ever written in English, Mary MacGregor’s classic work begins with the earliest recorded… Read more »

Richard III

Richard III

By Jacob Abbott. King Richard III of England (1452–1485) only occupied the throne for two years, but his death at the Battle of Bosworth Field marked the end of the… Read more »

Richard II

Richard II

By Jacob Abbot. The story of King Richard II of England (1367–1400, reigned 1377 to 1399), as told by master storyteller Jacob Abbott. A son of the famous Edward, the Black… Read more »

Richard I

Richard I

By Jacob Abbott.  One of the greatest kings of England who hardly ever set foot in that country, Richard I is remembered in history by his epithet Richard Lionheart, mainly… Read more »

The Story of the Cid for Young People

The Story of the Cid for Young People

By Calvin Dill Wilson. The story of Spain’s national hero, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (1043–1099) who helped liberate his nation from the Muslims, is retold in vivid detail in this… Read more »

The Crusaders: A Story of the War for the Holy Sepulchre

The Crusaders: A Story of the War for the Holy Sepulchre

By Alfred J. Church. A wonderful  retelling of the stories of the First, Third, and Eighth Crusades, narrated by a fictional “wandering Jew” (cursed to live until the Second Coming… Read more »

Discoverers and Explorers

Discoverers and Explorers

By Edward R. Shaw.  The perfect introduction to the incredible world of the great European Age of Exploration, written by a famous American expert in preparing educational works for younger… Read more »

Stories of the Vikings

Stories of the Vikings

By Mary MacGregor. A classic Eurocentric educational work originally directed at younger readers but now suppressed by the present-day anti-European political correctness which pervades educational curricula all over the world…. Read more »

White Slavery in the Barbary States

White Slavery in the Barbary States

By Charles Sumner. Written by one of America’s most famous slavery abolitionist activists of the mid-nineteenth century, this astonishing book provides a fascinating insight into a period of history now… Read more »

The Story of Japan

The Story of Japan

By R. Van Bergen. One of the first European-originated histories of Japan to appear in the English language, this remarkable work revealed many of the Asian nation’s ancient secrets to the world—many of which have once again been lost in the mists of time and political correctness.

The Story of Russia

The Story of Russia

By R. Van Bergen. Written just after the end of the Russo-Japanese war of 1904, this masterful history of Russia from its earliest times captures the spirit and essence of… Read more »

A History of Germany

A History of Germany

By H.E. Marshall. This work, first published in 1913, telling the story of Germany from before the Roman Empire to the time of Emperor Wilhelm II, was acknowledged an instant… Read more »

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

By Jacob Abbott. Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, was England’s greatest monarch ever. This riveting account of her life and her nation’s exploits under her… Read more »

William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror

By Jacob Abbott. American master storyteller Jacob Abbott’s classic work on William the Conqueror tells the dramatic story of the Norman nobleman who conducted one of the most audacious invasions in… Read more »

Barbarian Cruelty: An Eye-Witness Account of White Slavery under the Moors

Barbarian Cruelty: An Eye-Witness Account of White Slavery under the Moors

By Francis Brooks.  An original eye-witness account of white slavery under the Muslims of North Africa. It is a simple fact of the anti-white establishment that the Trans-Atlantic slave trade… Read more »

The Origin of the Zimbabwean Civilization

The Origin of the Zimbabwean Civilization

By George Robert Gayre of Gayre and Nigg. Did the black Shona tribe  really build the stone city of Great Zimbabwe, or was it the work of an outside race… Read more »

Conquistador: Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca Empire

Conquistador: Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca Empire

By Frederick A. Ober. The gripping, shocking and almost unbelievable story of how a few hundred Spaniards subdued the millions of the Inca Empire. Under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro,… Read more »

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