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HIST2002 Bibliography: A

Use this guide to find books for Dr. Moulton's HIST2002 class.

Authors with last names beginning with A

Abbott, Karen, Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy:  Four Women Under Cover in the Civil War (New York, New York:  HarperCollins, 2014), pp. 513.

 

Abrahamian, Ervand, The Coup:  1953, the C.I.A., and the Roots of Modern U.S.-Iranian Relations (New York, New York:  New Press, 2013), pp. 324.

 

Ackroyd, Peter, Tudors:  The History of England from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I (New York, New York:  Thomas Dunne Books, 2013), pp. 507.

 

_____, Rebellion:  The History of England, from James I to the Glorious Revolution (New York, New York:  Thomas Dunne Books, 2014), pp. 502.

 

Adkins, Roy, Nelson’s Trafalgar: The Battle that Changed the World (New York, New York:  Viking Penguin, 2005), pp. 392.

 

Adelman, Kenneth L., Reagan at Reykjavik:  Forty-Eight Hours that Ended the Cold War (New York, New York:  HarperCollins Publishers, 2014), pp. 375.

 

Allen, Bruce, The Great Siege of Malta: The Epic Battle between the Ottoman Empire and the Knights of St. John (Lebanon, N.H.; ForeEdge/University Press of New England, 2015), pp. 325.

 

Allen, Charles, God’s Terrorists:  The Wahhabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad (Cambridge, MA.; Da Capo Press, 2006), pp. 349.

 

Andrew, Christopher M., Defend the Realm:  The Authorized History of MI5 (New York, New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 2009), pp. 1,032.

 

Anisimov, Evgenii V., translated by Kathleen Carroll The Five Empresses:  Court Life in Eighteenth-Century Russia (Westport, CT.; Praeger Publishers, 2000), pp. 375.

 

Aron, Leon, Russia’s Revolutions:  Essays, 1989-2006 (Washington, D.C.; The AEI Press, 2007), pp. 374.

Åslund, Anders, Russia’s Capitalist Revolution:  Why Market Reforms Succeeded and Democracy Failed (Washington, D.C.; Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2007), pp. 356.

 

_____ and Andrew Kuchins, The Russia Balance Sheet (Washington, D.C.; Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2009), pp. 207.

 

Abraham, Richard, Alexander Kerensky, [1881-1970:] The First Love of the [Russian] Revolution (New York, New York:  Columbia University Press, 1987), pp. 503.  Also see:  Figes, Orlando; Katkov, George; Lincoln, W. Bruce; Massie, Robert K.; Pipes, Richard; Saul, Norman E.; Schapiro, Leonard; and Volkogonov, Dmitrii. 

 

Abshire, David M. (ed.), Triumphs and Tragedies of the Modern Presidency:  Seventy-Six Case Studies in

Presidential Leadership (Westport, CT.; Praeger, 2001), pp. 330.  Also see:  Baker, James A.; Beschloss, Michael; Bush, George H. W.; Cannon, James; Cannon, Lou; Caro, Robert A.; Collier, Peter, et al.; Dallek, Robert; Jordan, Donaldson; Donovan, Robert J.; Flexner, James Thomas; Ford, Gerald R.; Freidel, Frank; Friedman, Leon; Greenstein, Fred I.; Haig, Alexander M., Jr.;  Hersh, Seymour;  Isaacson, Walter;  Kissinger, Henry;  Levin, Norman G.;  Manchester,       William;  Matlock, Jack F. Jr.; Mc McCullough, David; McFeely, William S.; Miller, Nathan; Morris, Edmund; Nixon, Richard M.; Noonan, Peggy; Olson, Barbara; Patterson, Robert; Perret, Geoffrey;  Randall, William Sterne; Reagan, Ronald W.; Remini, Robert; Rosembaum, Herbert D.; Samuel, Peggy; Sandberg, Carl; Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.; Schweizer, Peter; Strafford, David; Taranto, James; Thompson, John; and Thompson, Robert J.    

 

Ackroyd, Peter, The Life of Sir Thomas More [English Statesman and Humanist, 1478-1535.] (New York,

New York:  Doubleday, 1998), pp. 242.  Also see:  Beckingsale, B. W.; Crabites, Pierre; Mc Conica, James K.; Cohn, Henry J.; Dickens, A. G.; Dobbs, Madeleine H.; Elton, Geoffrey R.; Erasmus, Desiderius; Haig, Christopher; John, Guy; Kekewich, Lucille; Lehmberg, Stanford E.;  Lockyer, Roger; Mac Caffrey, Wallace; Manning, Roger B.; More, Thomas M.; Parker, Kenneth L.; Parker, Thomas H. L.; Parker, Thomas M.; Richardson, Glenn; Ridley, Jasper; Scarisbrick, J. J.; Schoeck, Richard J.; Searle, Graham W.;   Simons, Eric; Smith, Lacy Baldwin; Smith, H. Maynard; Solt, Leo F.; Starkey, David; Williams, Neville; and Wooding, Lucy E. C.

 

Adams, Jerome R., Latin American Heroes:  Liberators and Patriots, From 1500 to the Present (New York, New York:  Ballantine Books, 1993), pp. 289.  Also see:  Archer, Christian I.; Dulles, John W. F.; Johnson, John J.; Lynch, John; Richmond, Richard V.; Scheina, Robert I.; Turner, Frederick C.; and Wood, Michael.     

 

Aglion, Raoul, Roosevelt & de Gaulle, Allies in Conflict:  A Personal Memoir (New York, New York:  The Free Press, 1988), pp. 237.  Also see:  Collier, Peter, et al.; and Cook, Don.

 

Alexander, John T., Catherine the Great, [Empress of Russia:] Life and Legend, 1729-1796 (New York, New York:  Oxford University Press, 1989), pp. 418.  Also see:  Coughlan, Robert; Cronin, Vincent; Leonard, Carol S.; Madariaga, Isabel de; Montefiore, Simon Sebag; Rice, Tamara Talbot; and Troyat, Henri.

 

Anderson, Fred, Crucible of War:  The Seven Years’ War and the Fate of Empire in British North America, 1754-1766 (New York, New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 2000), pp. 862.  Also see:  Asprey, Robert; Brown, Peter; Hamilton, Edward Pierce; and Kaplan, Herbert H.

 

Anderson, M. S., Peter the Great, [1672-1725.] (London, U.K.;  Thames and Hudson, L.T.D., 1978), pp. 207.   Also see:  Bengtsson, Frnas G.; Bushkovitch, Paul; Chance, James F.; Douglas, Hugh; Duffy, Christopher; Cracraft, James; Cross, Anthony; Grey, Ian; Hatton, Ragnhild M.; Hughes, Lindsey; Jonge, Alex de; Klyuchevsky, Vasilii O.; Massie, Robert K.; Moulton, James R.; Raeff, Marc; Riasanovsky, Nicholas V.; Rothstein, Andrew; Schuyler, Eugene; Troyat, Henri; and Wills, Rebecca.

 

Andrew, Christopher, and Oleg Gordievsky, KGB: The Inside Story of its Foreign Operations From Lenin to Gorbachev (New York, New York:  Harper Collins Publishers, 1990), pp. 776.  Also see:  Barron, John; Corson, William R.; Deriabin, Peter; Dobrynin, Anatoly; Hingley, Ronald; Knight, Amy; Rhoer, Edward Van Der; Schecter, Jerrold; Spence, Richard B.; Sudoplatov, Pavel; and Wise, David.  

 

_____, and Vasili Mitrokhin, The Sword and the Shield:  The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB (New York, New York:  Basic Books, 1999), pp. 700.  NOTE:  See the above listings under, Andrew, Christopher.

 

Anscombe, Frederick F., The Ottoman Gulf:  The Creation of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar (New York, New York:  Columbia University Press, 1997), pp. 270.  Also see:  Brewer, David; Bridge, Anthony; Brown, Carl L.; Finklestone, Joseph; Hall, Richard C.; Hanioglu, M. Sükü; Hupchick, Dennis P.; Kinross, Lord; Lacy, Robert; Macfie, A. L.; and Mango, Andrew.

 

Applebaum, Anne, Gulag:  A History (New York, New York:  Doubleday, 2003), pp. 677.  Also see:  Medvedev, Roy I.; Solzhenitsyn, Alexander I.; and Volkogonov, Dmitrii.

 

Arad, Yitzhak, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka:  The Operation Reinhard Death Camps (Bloomington, IN.; Indiana University Press, 1987), pp. 437.   Also see:  Botwinck, Rita S.; Frank, Anne; Gilbert, Martin; Kessel, Sim; Knop, Guido; Levin, Nora; Mac Donald, Callum; Mller, Melissa; Rashke, Richard L.; and Smith, Helmut W. 

 

Archer, Christen I. (ed.), The Wars of Independence in Spanish America (Wilmington, DL.; Scholarly Resources, 2000), pp. 325.  Also see:  Adams, Jerome R.; Dulles, John W. F.; Johnson, John J.; Lynch, John; Richmond, Richard V.; Scheina, Robert L.; Turner, Frederick C.; and Wood, Michael. 

Armstrong, Edward, Lorenzo de’ Medici and Florence in the Fifteenth-Century (New York, New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1896), pp. 449.  Also see:  Arnold, Thomas;  Brotton, Jeremy;  Burckhardt, Jacob;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Elmer, Peter;  Erlanger, Rachel;  Ferraro, Joanne M.;  Gregorovius, Ferdinand;  Grendler, Paul F.;  Hale, John;  Hook, Judith;  Kekewich, Lucille;  King, Ross;  Knecht, Robert J.;  Kuehn, Thomas;  Levi, Anthony;  Machiavelli, Niccoló;  Martines, Lauro;  Richardson, Glenn;  Ridley, Jasper;  Seward, Desmond;  Starkey, David;  Thompson, James W.;  Trease, Geoffrey;  and Whitlock, Keith. 

 

Arnold, Thomas F., Renaissance At War (London, U.K.;  Cassell & Co., 2001), pp. 224.  Ditto, see above citations under Armstrong, Edward.  Also see:  Black, Jeremy;  Clausewitz, Carl von;  Cohen, Henry J.;  Elmer, Peter;  Erickson, Carolly;  Fernández, Alvarez Manuel;  Ferraro, Joanne M.; Fissel, Mark C.;  Keegan, John;  Kekewich, Lucille;  Kuehn, Thomas;  Richardson, Glenn;  Ridley, Jasper;  Martin, Colin;  Schwarzenfeld, Gertrude von;  Seward, Desmond;  Thompson, John W.;  Trease, Geoffrey;  Weigley, Russell F.;  and Whitlock, Keith. 

 

Aron, Leon R., Yeltsin:  A Revolutionary Life (New York, New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2000), pp. 934. Also see:  Gorbachev, Mikhail;  Morrison, John;  Remnick, David;  Volkogonov, Dmitrii;  and  Yeltsin, Boris.

 

Aronson, I. Michael, Troubled Waters:  The Origins of the 1881 Anti-Jewish Pogroms in Russia (Pittsburgh, PA.;  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1990), pp. 286.  Also see:  Barron, Salo W.; Burns, Michael;  Derfler, Leslie;  Rapoport, Louis;  and Smith, Helmut    

 

Ascher, Abraham, P. A. Stolypin, [1862-1911]:  The Search for Stability in Late Imperial Russia (Stanford, CA.;  Stanford University Press, 2001), pp. 468.   Also see:  Conroy, Mary S.;  Lincoln, W. Bruce; and Waldron, Peter.   

 

Ashley, Maurice, The Glorious [English] Revolution of 1688 (New York, New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1967), pp. 224.  Also see:  Daiche, David;  Fraser; Antonia;  Hill, Brian;  Hill, Christopher;  Horwitz, Henry;  Hutton, Ronald;  Kishlansky, Mark;  Levack, Brian P.;  Lockyer, Roger;  Macleod, John;  Michael, Wolfgang;  and Miller, John.     

 

Asprey, Robert, The First Battle of the Marne, [September 1914.]  (Philadelphia, PA.;  Lippincott, 1962), pp. 212.  Also see:  Barlow, Ima C.;  Bush, Eric W.;  De Groot, Gerard;  Gilbert, Martin;  Groom, Winston;  Hall, Richard;  Heyman, Neil M.;  Howard, Michael;  Keegan, John;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Mac Donald, Lynn;  Mc Queen, Humphrey;  Showalter, Dennis E.;  and Stone, Norman. 

 

_____, Frederick the Great:  The Magnificent Enigma, [1712-1786.]  (New York, New York:  Ticknor & Fields, 1986), pp. 715.   Also see:  Andersen, Fred;  Browning, Reed;  Fraser, David;  Hamilton, Edward Pierce;  and Luvas, Jay.

 

_____, The Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte (New York, New York:  Basic Books, 2000), pp. 580.  Also see:  Castelot, André;  Cate, Curtis;  Chandler, David;  Elting, John R.;  Geyl, Peter;  Lefebvre, Georges;  Meyerson, Daniel;  Muir, Rory;  Roberts, Andrew;  Schom, Alan;  Tackett, Timothy;  Thompson, J. M.;  Warwick, Charles F.;  Weider, Ben;  and Hamilton-Williams, David

 

Aubry, Octave, translated from the French by Arthur Livingston, The Second [French] Empire (New York, New York:  J. B. Lippincott Company, 1940), pp. 638.  Also see:  Barker, A. J.;  Barker, Nancy;  Beik, Paul, Harold;  Bierman, John;  Bridge, F. R.;  Case, Lynn M.;  Crankshaw, Edward;  Cunningham, Michele;  Curtiss, John S.;  Duff, David;  Echard, William E.;  Erickson, Carolly;  Eyck, Reich;  Fisher-Fabian S.;  Fleury, Maurice;  Guerard, Albert;  Howard, Michael;  Isser, Natalie;  Millman, Richard;  Mitchell, Alan;  Palmer, Alan;  Pottinger, Anne E.; Ridley, Jasper;  Williamson-Ross, Hugh R.;  Royle, Trevor;  Seaton, Albert;  Smith, Dennis Mack;  Stearns, Peter N.;  Wawro, Geoffrey;  and Wetzel, David.