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  • Who Would Believe Us?

    A Memoir of a Jewish-American Family and the Holocaust by

    When the Rogaczewsky sisters crossed the Atlantic Ocean to Ellis Island in 1906, they were fleeing the horrors of the anti-Jewish pogroms in Poland that forced many people to take a chance on a new land. Their Rogaczewsky family members were not so ...


  • Clio's Bastards

    Or, the Wrecking of History and the Perversion of Our Historical Consciousness by

    Clio’s Bastards uses an examination of the discipline of history in Canadian universities as the point of entry for a much larger exploration of the intellectual, spiritual, and moral crisis confronting Western civilization today. Over the past four ...


  • From Miracle to Menace

    Alberta, A Carbon Story by

    A miracle. Coal, oil and natural gas, the carbon-based fossil fuels that powered the Industrial Revolution and civilization’s rapid advancement. A menace. Climate change has how convinced many that carbon emissions are the world’s greatest ...


  • Unseen Body Blows

    The "Fighting LST 479" and its Seven Pacific Campaigns, 1943-1945 by

    Between 1942 and 1945, 1,051 amphibious tank-landing ships were rapidly produced. These were anonymous vessels, slow and unwieldy, and in the words of one crewmember, they looked like bathtubs. At first, LSTs had a reputation of being expendable and ...


  • Century

    The Roman Empire's Incredible First Hundred Years by

    Caesar Augustus; John the Baptist; Emperor Nero; King Herod; Jesus of Nazareth; the burning of Rome; the Roman conquest of Britain; the fiery destruction of Pompeii; the Roman-Jewish War; conquests, scandals, intrigues, terrifying cruelties, ...


  • Scarlet to Green

    A History of Intelligence in the Canadian Army 1903-1963 by

    Scarlet to Green details the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of the Canadian Army’s intelligence organization from its inception in 1903 to 1963, the eve of the Integration of the Canadian Armed Forces. The book analyzes the role of intelligence in Canadian ...


  • Diamond Gods Of the Morning Sun

    The Vancouver Asahi Baseball Story by

    This is the story of the Asahi, a Japanese Canadian baseball team that was formed in 1914 and competed in Vancouver's Caucasian leagues between 1918 and 1941. Using a strategy called "brain ball," the smaller Japanese defeated the larger white ...


  • Deadly Secrets of Iranian Princes

    Audacity to Act by

    Every once in a while, someone with unprecedented access to the truth, lifts the veil in a memoir so stark and revealing that it has the power to reframe history and our perceptions of those who defined it. Pascal Mahvi’s book is one such to me. ...


  • Opportunity Knocked

    How an Idaho farm boy became a successful businessman and advocate of West Yellowstone, Montana by

    Growing up on a small family farm in the shadows of Yellowstone National Park, Clyde Glen Seely learned the importance of hard work, strong family ties and making the best of any circumstance. His first childhood responsibility was feeding bum lambs ...


  • A Canadian Childhood

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    Carolyn D. Redl's memoir of growing up on a northern Saskatchewan farm in the 1940s and ’50s captures, in the vivid memories of one girl, a way of life that is a vital part of Canada’s social history. But it is much more than a recollection of rural ...