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Wars of Modern Babylon: A History of the Iraqi Army from 1921 to 2003

by Colonel Pesach Malovany, IDF (Ret.) introductions by Amatzia Baram and Kevin M. Woods forewords by Lt. General Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, IDF (Ret.) and Major General Ya’akov Amidror, IDF (Ret.)

As long as there have been wars, victors have written the prevailing histories of the world’s conflicts.

A Nazi Past: Recasting German Identity in Postwar Europe

edited by David A. Messenger and Katrin Paehler

Since the end of World War II, historians and psychologists have investigated the factors that motivated Germans to become Nazis before and during the war.

Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945

edited by Heather L. Dichter and Andrew L. Johns with contributions byAndrew L. Johns, Heather L. Dichter, Evelyn Mertin, Jenifer Parks, Aviston D. Downes, Cesar R. Torres, Pascal Charitas, Antonio Sotomayor, John Soares, Kevin B. Witherspoon, Nicholas E. Sarantakes, Wanda Ellen Wakefield, Fan Hong, Lu Zhouxiang, Scott Laderman, and Thomas W. Zeiler

International sporting events, including the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup, have experienced profound growth in popularity and significance since the mid-twentieth century.

Origins Of The Gulag: The Soviet Prison Camp System, 1917-1934

by Michael Jakobson

A vast network of prison camps was an essential part of the Stalinist system.

Orphans Of Versailles: The Germans in Western Poland, 1918-1939

by Richard Blanke

The lands Germany ceded to Poland after World War I included more than one million ethnic Germans for whom the change meant a sharp reversal of roles.