| ||1775: A Good Year for Revolution by Kevin Phillips|
History read by Arthur Morey
In this fresh history of one of America's key turning points bestselling author Kevin Phillips charts how this tumultuous year shaped America's commitment to revolution.
| ||1776 by David McCullough|
History read by the author
In 1776, David McCullough's bestselling account of a pivotal year in our nation's struggle, readers learned of the greatest defeats, providential fortune, and courageous triumphs of George Washington and his bedraggled army.
| ||1861: THE CIVIL WAR AWAKENING by Adam Goodheart|
History read by Jonathan Davis
| ||A COUNTRY OF VAST DESIGNS: James K. Polk, the Mexican War and the Conquest of the American Continent by Robert W. Merry|
History read by Michael Prichard
Robert W. Merry, the president and publisher of Congressional Quarterly, Inc., examines how, in a one-term presidency, James K. Polk completed the story of America's Manifest Destiny by expanding its territory across the continent.
| ||ABUNDANCE OF VALOR: Resistance,Survival, and Liberation: 1944-45 by Will Irwin|
History read by Michael Prichard
Retired U.S. Special Forces colonel Will Irwin presents a brutally honest and truly inspiring account of the World War II operation known as "Market Garden," a high-risk Allied invasion of enemy territory and the largest airborne assault up to that time.
| ||AIR FORCE by Ian McPhedran|
History read by
The inside story of the modern Royal Australian Air Force and its people in an action-packed period of air power from East Timor and the Bali bombings to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
| ||ALGER HISS AND THE BATTLE FOR HISTORY by Susan Jacoby|
History read by Laural Merlington
Susan Jacoby, the bestselling author of The Age of American Unreason, examines the trial and imprisonment of Alger Hiss and the reactions of commentators on both ends of the political spectrum in the years since.
| ||AMAZING SAS, THE by Ian McPhedran|
History read by Peter Byrne
This bestselling, action-packed portrait of Australia's Special Air Service offers "a snapshot of Australia's elite fighting force in the field" (Australian Defence Magazine),revealing how soldiers are selected and trained, and giving insight into some of their most recent missions.
| ||AMERICAN BLOOMSBURY: Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau: Their Lives, Their Loves, Their Work by Susan Cheever|
History read by Kate Reading
A brilliant, controversial, and fascinating biography of those who were, in the mid-nineteenth century, the center of American thought and literature.
| ||AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, THE: A Military History by John Keegan|
History read by Robin Sachs
The American Civil War is sure to be hailed as a definitive account of its eternally fascinating subject.
| ||AMERICAN HERITAGE HISTORY OF WORLD WAR I by S. L. A. Marshall|
History read by Bernard Mayes
Drawing on a lifetime of military experience, Brigadier General S. L. A. Marshall, “one of our most distinguished military writers” (New York Times), delivers this unflinching history of the war that was supposed to end all wars.
| ||AMERICAN REVOLUTION, THE: The United States at War by George H. Smith|
History read by George C. Scott
In 1776 the thirteen American colonies, refusing to pay unjust taxes, declared their independence from Britain.
| ||AMERICAN SCOUNDREL: LOVE, WAR and POLITICS in Civil War America by Thomas Keneally|
History read by Humphrey Bower
The extraordinary story of a powerful mid-nineteenth century politician and inveterate womanizer, whose irresistible charms and rock-solid connections not only allowed him to get away with murder — literally — but also paved the way to a stunning career.