Fourteen Multifariously Vexing Historical Books Jumble

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Growth of the Soil

Knut Hamun
Just to start off, with something fictional, a surprisingly accurate depiction of hard rural life of a farmer alludes to ailments of modernity still, in a relevant way after a hundred years from publication.

History of the Conquest of Mexico

William H. Prescott
This epic entails the exploits of conquistador Cortés, his New Spain and eventual deportation to stand trial.

Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War That Changed American History

Brian Kilmeade, Don Yaeger
Jim Mattis referenced this story as United States’ first encounter with the holy weapon of jihad.

The Face of Battle: A Study of Agincourt, Waterloo, and the Somme

John Keegan
In this incredible historical framing about late to early 19th-20th century warfare and how it’s changed, almost nearly as much as it hasn’t.

Churchill’s War

David Irving
Successes of the early Axis gains were gloomy, but for more reasons than you can imagine, here the lucid but controversial author digs into the tactics of Allied mobilization.

Black Rednecks and White Liberals

Thomas Sowell
This is the most challenging topic on this list, and the author brings a piercing edge counter to the shroud of racial bias and identity.

Myths of Light: Eastern Metaphors of the Eternal

Joseph Campbell
For something mellow, this well published author is at his best here outlining the basis of humanity in ancient dogma.

The Hidden-Hand Presidency: Eisenhower as Leader

Fred I. Greenstein
Ike may got to have the most fruitful presidency ever, although a blemished military career, this president famously called out the military industrial complex.

Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies

M. Stanton Evans
In this historical hindsight, a politically tarred figure at a turning point in the United States to much like fascism, severe communist sympathizers.

Flower Of The Dragon: The breakdown of the U.S. Army in Vietnam

Richard Boyle
Through out the communist explosion around the world America’s warrior culture stood absolutely confronted in this shell shocked recount.

New Lies For Old

Anatoliy Golitsyn
This perspective about the legacy of the manipulative communist mindset and its subversive relations from education, border, is all best highlighted by this former KGB agent.

Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001

Steve Coll
There are so few authorities on the arguably, globally polarizing interventions; this book feels subsequent to likes of ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman.’

Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House

Gary Aldrich
Surely the current president would have this in the Library of Congress, but seriously speaking this is one of a kind look into the most conflicting presidency to date, and its tall tales of extacy pills and cigars.

The New Atheist Denial of History

Borden W. Painter
This is a fantastic dissolution of historical pitfalls of many atheist followers, self proclaimed ‘horsemen’ and their argumentative posturing, by a historian and theologian feels more focused than David Berlinski.