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1066: The Year of the Three Battles

Paperback, 02/09/1999, £16.99
Everyone knows what William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings in 1066, but it has become customary to assume that the victory was inevitable, given the alleged superiority of Norman military technology. With biographical sketches of the great warriors who fought for the crown of England in 1066, this work shows that this view is mistaken.

Genghis Khan: The Man Who Conquered the World

Paperback, 07/07/2016, £14.99
Genghis Khan was by far the greatest conqueror the world has ever known, whose empire stretched from the Pacific Ocean to central Europe, including all of China, the Middle East and Russia. So how did an illiterate nomad rise to such colossal power, eclipsing Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Napoleon?

Road Not Taken: How Britain Narrowly Missed a Revolution, 1381-1926

Paperback, 04/07/2013, £12.99
Takes seven occasions when Britain came closest to revolution: the Peasants' Revolt of 1381; the Jack Cade rebellion of 1450; the Pilgrimage of Grace in 1536; the English Civil Wars of the 1640s; the Jacobite Rising of 1745-6; the Chartist Movement of 1838-48; and the General Strike of 1926.