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Revolution on the Hudson

George C. Daughan; read by Jonathan Yen

The untold story of the fight for the Hudson River Valley—the control of which, both the Americans and the British firmly believed, would determine the outcome of the Revolutionary War. Learn More
The Rest I Will Kill

by Brian McGinty; read by Sean Crisden

A surprising work of narrative history and detection that illuminates one of the most daring―and long-forgotten―heroes of the Civil War. Learn More
Blitzkrieg

by Lloyd Clark, read by Shaun Grindell

In Blitzkrieg, military historian Lloyd Clark argues our understanding of blitzkrieg is based on myth. Learn More
Indelible Ink

by Richard Kluger; read by Tom Perkins

The untold story of the battle to legalize free expression in America by the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Ashes to Ashes. Learn More
NPR American Chronicles: The Military History Collection

Hosted by Neal Conan, Rachel Martin, and Audie Cornish

The NPR® American Chronicles series explores the historical events that continue to resonate in our lives. Expert commentary and unforgettable stories create vivid sound portraits of history’s greatest people and events, examined in multi-faceted and moving detail. Hosted by Neal Conan, Rachel Martin, and Audie Cornish. Learn More
WTF?!

by Oliver Magny; read by Graham Halstead

With Stuff Parisians Like, Olivier Magny shared his hilarious insights into the fervently held opinions of his fellow Parisians. Now he moves beyond the City of Light to skewer the many idiosyncrasies that make modern France so very unique. Learn More
The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City

by Margaret Creighton; read by Callie Beaulieu

The 1901 Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, meant to herald the twentieth century, went tragically, spectacularly, awry. Learn More
The Earth is Weeping

by Peter Cozzens; read by John Pruden

A magisterial, essential history of the struggle between whites and Native Americans over the fate of the West. Learn More
A Nation Without Borders

by Steven Hahn; read by Barry Press

A Pulitzer Prize–winning historian's provocative reinterpretation of the eight decades surrounding the Civil War (and leading into the twentieth century); the next volume in the Penguin History of the United States. Learn More
Anatomy of a Song

by Marc Myers; read by Jonathan Yen

Every great song has a story that needs to be told. In Anatomy of a Song, based on the ongoing Wall Street Journal column, writer and music historian Marc Myers brings to life five decades of music through forty-five transformative hits and oral-history interviews with the artists who created them. Learn More
The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom

by John Pomfret; read by Tom Perkins

A narrative account of the relationship between the U.S. and China from the Revolutionary War to the present day. Learn More
Brothers at Arms

by Larrie D. Ferreiro; read by David Colacci

The remarkable untold story of how the American Revolution's success depended on substantial military assistance provided by France and Spain, and places the Revolution in the context of the global strategic interests of those nations in their fight against England. Learn More
The Pursuit of Power

by Richard J. Evans; read by Napoleon Ryan

From the bestselling author of The Third Reich at War, a masterly account of Europe in the age of its global hegemony. Learn More
The Slave's Cause

by Manisha Sinha; read by Allyson Johnson

National Book Award Nonfiction Longlist
Frederick Douglass Book Prize Finalist
Southern Historical Assn James A. Rawley Award Winner

A groundbreaking history of abolition that recovers the largely forgotten role of African Americans in the long march toward emancipation from the American Revolution through the Civil War. Learn More
The Rise of Athens

by Anthony Everitt; read by Michael Page

A magisterial account of how a tiny city-state in ancient Greece became history's most influential civilization, from the bestselling author of acclaimed biographies of Cicero, Augustus, and Hadrian. Learn More
Jonathan Swift

by John Stubbs; read by Derek Perkins

Washington Post Notable Book
LA Times Best Books 2017
Kirkus Best NonFiction of 2017

A rich and riveting portrait of the man behind Gulliver’s Travels, by a "vivid, ardent, and engaging" author (New York Times Book Review). Learn More
A House Full of Females

by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich; read by Susan Ericksen

From the author of A Midwife's Tale, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Bancroft Prize for History, and The Age of Homespun—a revelatory, nuanced, and deeply intimate look at the world of early Mormon women whose seemingly ordinary lives belied an astonishingly revolutionary spirit, drive, and determination. Learn More
World War II: Carrier War

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Paul Boehmer

The Enterprise was just one of the carriers that won the war in the Pacific. Here is the extraordinary story of the men and ships that turned the tide of the war. Learn More
World War II: Desert War

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Paul Boehmer

Here, from award-winning military historian Stephen W. Sears, is the dramatic story of the generals, politicians, and soldiers who changed the course of the war. Learn More
The Battle of Gettysburg

by Bruce Catton; read by Eric Martin

Bruce Catton, Pulitzer-Prize winner and one of the most acclaimed historians of the Civil War, vividly recreates the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg. Learn More
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