African History E Books

Zulu – Saul David

West African Kingdoms Empires Of Gold and Trade (Ancient Civilizations)


Warrior People Of East Africa 1840-1900

Vandals, Romans and Berbers New Perspectives on Late Antique North Africa

Uvin – Aiding Violence; the Development Enterprise in Rwanda (1998)

Trade and Empire in the Atlantic

Themes in West African History

The Washing Of The Spears – Donald R Morris

The Turning Point in Africa British Colonial Policy 1938-48

The Tragic State of Congo From Decolonization to Dictatorship

The Strategy of Antelopes Rwanda After the Genocide

The Soviet Union in the Horn of Africa The Diplomacy of Intervention and Disengagement (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies)

The Congo Wars Conflict, Myth and RealityThe Decolonization of Africa

The End of Barbary Terror Americas 1815 War against the Pirates of North Africa

The First Helicopter War Logistics and Mobility in Algeria, 1954-1962

The Great Boer War


The Great Power Struggle in East Asia, 1944-50 Britain, America and Post-War Rivalry (Global Conflict and Security Since 1945)

The History of Northern Africa (The Britannica Guide to Africa)

The Hot Cold War The USSR in Southern Africa

The Italian Invasion of Abyssinia 1935-36

The limits of humanitarian intervention genocide in Rwanda

The New South Africa

the Rise of the Atlantic Slave Trade

The Cambridge History of Africa (1905-1940)

The Boer Wars 1898-1902

The Boer Wars 1836-98


The Boer War South Africa 1899-1902 (Battles and Histories)

The Boer War

The Boer War Historiography and Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies of Battles and Leaders)

Stearns – Dancing in the Glory of Monsters; the Collapse of the Congo and the Great War of Africa (2011)

South Africa in World History

South Africa at war White power and the crisis in southern Africa

Researching Conflict in Africa Insights And Experiences

Revolutionary Path

Rorkes Drift 1879 Pinned like rats in a hole

Reid – A History of Modern Africa, 1800 to the Present, 2nd ed. (2012)

Peterson – Me against My Brother at War in Somalia, Sudan, and Rwanda (2000)

Pears – Remnants of Empire in Algeria and Vietnam; Women, Words, and War (2004)

Great battles Spion Kop. The Second Boer War

Congo Exploration, Reform, and a Brutal Legacy (Exploration of Africa, the Emerging Nations.)

Atlantic History – A Critical

Atlas of African-American History, Revised Edition

Copper Empire Mining and the Colonial State in Northern Rhodesia, c.1930-64 (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies)

How Colonialism Preempted Modernity in Africa

HRW – The Curse of Gold; Democratic Republic of Congo (2005)

Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Africa From Slavery Days to Rwandan Genocide

Black Death AIDS in Africa

Pacification in Algeria, 1956-1958

Glassman – War of Words, War of Stones; Racial Thought and Violence in Colonial Zanzibar (2011)

Colenso 1899 The Boer War in Natal

Algeria (Africa Continent in the Balance)

African History: A Very Short Introduction, John Parker & Richard Rathbone

Canada, the Congo Crisis, and UN Peacekeeping, 1960-64

Gender and Decolonization in the Congo The Legacy of Patrice Lumumba

Orji – Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Africa (2008)

Nigeria 1880 To the Present The Struggle, the Tragedy, the Promise (Exploration of Africa the Emerging Nations)

Frontiersmen Warfare In Africa Since 1950 (Warfare and History)

Cambridge History of Africa

Africa and Africans

A History of Modern Africa 1800 to the Present, 2nd Edition (Blackwell Concise History of the Modern World)

Butler – Copper Empire (2007)

Eyes to the South French Anarchists & Algeria

New Encyclopedia of Africa

Mohamed Fekini and the Fight to Free Libya (Italian and Italian American Studies)

Ethiopia in the Modern World (Explorations of Africa)

British Infantryman in South Africa 1877-81

British Infantryman in South Africa 1877-81 (2)

Borstelmann – Apartheid’s Reluctant Uncle; the United States and Southern Africa in the Early Cold War (1993)

Boer War 1899-1902

Boer Commando 1876-1902

Dutch and Portuguese in Western Africa Empires, Merchants and the Atlantic System, 1580-1674 (Atlantic World)

Empires of Medieval West Africa Ghana Mali Songhay

Empires of Medieval West Africa Ghana, Mali, and Songhay

Encyclopedia of African History

Medieval Africa, 1250-1800 – Roland Oliver & Anthony Atmore

Medieval Africa, 1250 – 1800

Imagining the Congo The International Relations of Identity

Ian Knight – The Zulu War 1879 (Essential Histories #56)


World War History E books (1914 -1918)

End of World War One

Altered memories of the Great War Divergent narratives of Britain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada

Adams-World War I

A Teachers Guide to World War One A History in Documents (Pages from History)

[N.M Christie] Access to History – Gas Attack – The Canadians at Ypre, 1915

WW I – Armies in the Balkans 1914_

World War I

World War I. Almanac

World War I Trench Warfare (1) 1914-16 (Elite) (Pt.1)

World War I Gas Warfare Tactics & Equipment

The First World War – An Illustrated History

World War I A History in Documents

Cambrai 1917 – The birth of armoured warfare

Citizen Soldiers The Liverpool Territorials in the First World War (Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare)

Concise Historical Atlas of the First World War (2005)

Us Marine Corps In World War I (1917-1918)

Conservative Party and Anglo-German Relations, 1905-1914

War Planning 1914

Warfare and belligerence Perspectives in First World War Studies

War, Memory, and the Politics of Humor The Canard enchaine and World War

IThe British Army on the Western Front 1916

World War I – Stewart Ross

World War I (1)

World War I (2)

Tommy – Richard HolmesThe British Army in World War I The Western Front 1916-18downloadTime-Life Books – The World in Arms, AD 1900-1925 (TimeFrame #19)

The British Army 1914-18

Bull-World War I Trench Warfare (1) 1914-16 (Elite) (Pt.1)

Germany and the Causes of the First World War

German Naval Strategy 1856-1888 Forerunners to Tirpitz (Noval Policy and History Series)

British Tommy 1914-18

Geoffrey Jukes – First World War; Volume 1 the Eastern Front 1914-1918

The Great War An Imperial History

Backs to the Wall A larrikin on the Western Front

Pyrrhic Victory French Strategy and Operations in the Great War

The March to the Marne The French Army 1871-1914

Amiens 1918 The Black Day of the German Army

British Dreadnought Vs German Dreadnought Jutland 1916

rivalry and accord 1870-1914

The First World War

The Spirit of 1914 Militarism, Myth, and Mobilization in Germany

Gas attack! The Canadians at Ypres, 1915 (The access to history series)

The World War I Reader

Simkins Peter – The First World War

The Great War 1914-1918

Atlas of the First World War, The Complete History 2nd (1994)

Frank Furedi – First World War – Still No End in Sight (2014)

First World War: A Very Short Introduction, The, Michael Howard (2007, Oxford University Press) ISBN 9780199205592

POWs and the Great War Captivity on the Eastern Front (Legacy of the Great War)

The Kaiser New Research on Wilhelm IIs Role in Imperial Germany

First World War, The – Gilbert, Martin

Peter Simkins – The First World War Vol. 3; The Western Front 1917-1918

The Home Front Encyclopedia United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II

The First World War The War to End All Wars


DK Eyewitness Books World War I by Simon Adams

Mustafa Aksakal – The Ottoman Road to War in 1914 (2010)

Into the Silence_ The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest – Wade Davis

Coventry in the Great War by Leonard Markham

The Great War, An Imperial History (2004)

Germany’s High Sea Fleet in the – Admiral Reinhard Scheer

Great War, 1914-1918 (Warfare and History)

Defeat in Detail The Ottoman Army in the Balkans, 1912-1913

Development of British Naval Thinking Essays in Memory of Bryan Ranft (Cass Series–Naval Policy and History)

Hew Strachan – The First World War in Africa (2004)

Michael Hickey – First World War; Volume 4 the Mediterranean Front 1914-1923

An Introduction to the History of Western by James Harvery Robinson

The First World War in Africa

Ian Castle, Peter Dennis – The Zeppelin Base Raids – Germany 1914

Ian Cawood – First World War (2002)

The Great War at Sea 1914-1918 – Richard Hough

Keith Robbins – The First World War (1985)

Blood in the Argonne, The “Lost Battalion” of World War I – Alan D Gaff

Michael Howard -First World War (2003)Hitler’s First War Adolf Hitler, the Men of the List Regiment, and the First World War

A Level European History paper 1 1789 – 1964

Candidates must answer FOUR questions from at least TWO sections. Five questions
will be set for each section. The paper is split as follows:-

SECTION A (1789-1814)Theme. The French Revolution and the Napoleonic era.

Causes of the French Revolution including issues of human rights and gender; course
of the Revolution including the Declaration of Rights, effects on government, society,
economy, religion and governance: Napoleonic France and Europe; domestic and
foreign policy:- effects on governance, human rights and gender.

SECTION B (1815-1870): Theme:- Change and continuity in Europe.

The main forces:- the Vienna settlement and the Congress System: successes and
failures (1830; 1848-9;) imperialism; Russian, Austrian and Turkish nationalism and
French, German and Italian liberalism and their effects on the Ottoman Empire and
the Balkan States and how they affected international relations; challenges in terms of governance; reform and foreign policies of France, Russia and Austria and their
effects on domestic international relations. German and Italian unification.


SECTION C (1871-1919) Theme:- Industrialization and imperialism.

Background information on industrialization, reform movements and transport
particularly in Britain, France, Prussia and Russia: Imperialism:- theories, processes and events: the Berlin Conference; domestic and foreign challenges facing Bismarck and William II in Germany; challenges facing the Third Republic in France, e.g. the Paris Commune and other crises; challenges facing Russia 1881 – 1917.
Origins and events leading to World War I: causes e.g. the Alliance system,
militarism; World War I – key strategies and events of the war; effects of the war,
e.g. collapse of empires, women getting voting rights, emergence of Communism,
new drugs and medication methods, improvements in communications.


SECTION D (1919-1945): Theme. Democracy and dictatorship.

The Peace Settlement, Peace Treaties and the League of Nations:
Germany:- the Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler (Nazi Germany).
Italy:- failure of post-war political systems and the rise of Fascism (Mussolini).
Spain: the Spanish Republic; the Spanish civil war and Franco.
The rise and development of communism in the USSR up to 1964.
Britain and France – continuity of democracy.
International tensions: the Great Depression and its impact on Europe.
Origins and events leading to World War II:- impact of Peace Treaties, arms race,
militarism, The Great Depression, nationalism, the alliances/pacts and weaknesses of the League of Nations, Appeasement.
World War II:- strategies, military technology and planning.
End of war and effects.


SECTION E (1945 – 1964): Theme. Globalisation and international co-operation:

Post war Europe -:the UN, Warsaw Pact, the EU economic growth and post war
reconstruction, Europe and Japan; the Marshall Plan, COMECON, and emergence of
decolonization movements. The Cold War – origins and manifestations; the intra and inter bloc conflicts in Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Cuba; Greece; Turkey, NATO, Warsaw Pact; The role of the UN in conflict resolution in Europe.