The Savage Years: Tales From the 20th Century

The Savage Years: Tales From the 20th Century

by Rupert Colley

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The Savage Years: Tales From the 20th Century by Rupert Colley

20th Century War and Misery.

The suicide of Hitler’s niece, the assassinations of Malcolm X and Franz Ferdinand, the Battle of the Somme and Stalingrad, and the betrayal of Anne Frank – these are some of the stories you’ll find in Rupert Colley’s new collection of articles, The Savage Years: Tales From the 20th Century.

Covering World War One, World War Two, the Cold War, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and much more besides, immerse yourself in sixty stories from some of the key moments of modern (and a few not so modern) history. 

Fully illustrated with 140 photos, this makes perfect reading for commuters, students or the curious. 

A paperback version of this title is also available – an ideal birthday present for those who love a bit of war and misery. 

Within The Savage Years: Tales From the 20th Century, you’ll also meet Vladimir Lenin, Douglas Haig, Horst Wessel, Nikolai Bukharin, Fritz Haber, Joseph Goebbels, Joseph McCarthy, Rudolph Hess, Stalin’s mother and daughter, Leon Trotsky, Edith Cavell, Charles de Gaulle, Wilhelm II, Abraham Lincoln, Grigori Rasputin, and many, many more.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154184400
Publisher: Rupert Colley
Publication date: 12/22/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 10 MB

About the Author

Rupert Colley was born one Christmas Day, which means, as a child, he lost out on presents. Nonetheless, looking back on it, he lived a childhood with a "silver spoon in my mouth" - brought up in a rambling manor house in the beautiful Devon countryside. It's been downhill ever since.

He was a librarian for a long time, a noble profession. Then he started a series called History In An Hour, "history for busy people", which he sold to HarperCollins UK. 

Rupert now lives in London with his wife, two children and dog (a fluffy cockapoo) and writes historical fiction, mainly 20th century war and misery. 

You can get 'This Time Tomorrow', set in World War One, for FREE by signing up for Rupert's mailing list at:

Historical fiction with heart.

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