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    African Europeans: An Untold History

    A dazzling history of Africans in Europe, revealing their unacknowledged role in shaping the continent.

    The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive

    The powerful chronicle of the women who used their sewing skills to survive the Holocaust, stitching beautiful clothes at an extraordinary fashion workshop created within one of the most notorious WWII death camps.

    Born in Blackness: Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, 1471 to the Second World War

    Revealing the central yet intentionally obliterated role of Africa in the creation of modernity, Born in Blackness vitally reframes our understanding of world history.

    Fabric: The Hidden History of the M

    A magnificent work of original research, unwinding history through cloth - how we make it, use it and what it means to us.

    Mercenary River

    A revelatory history of one of the UK's much-loved rivers which runs through the world's best-known city, and how it evolved through time to quench Londoner's thirst.

    Little Bird of Auschwitz

    'That nickname . . .' '"Little bird." It wasn't mine. I found out later he gave it to every little girl that came in to be injected. "Little Bird" didn't mean anything. It was a trick. There were thousands of "little birds", just like me, all thinking they were the only one.'

    On Savage Shores: How Indigenous Am

    A landmark work of narrative history by the UK's only Aztec historian that shatters our previous Eurocentric understanding of the Age of Discovery by exploring how the great civilisations of the Americas - the Aztecs, Maya, Totonacs, Inuit and others - discovered Europe

    Milk: An Intimate History of Breast

    The first major work of popular history on breastfeeding, exploring how it has been represented and repressed, celebrated and censured