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Dan Jones


Dan Jones

Dan Jones is an award-winning historian of the Middle Ages who writes a regular column for London’s Evening Standard. He is also the author of SUMMER OF BLOOD, an Independent Book of the Year. He lives in London.

Dan Jones

Books by Dan Jones

by Dan Jones - Cultural Studies, Culture, Current Affairs, History, Nonfiction, Politics

Dan Jones and Marina Amaral tell the epic, harrowing, and world-changing story --- in narrative form with colorized images --- of global conflict from the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the obliteration of Hiroshima by the first atom bomb. THE WORLD AFLAME embraces not only the total conflagrations of 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 and the tensions, ideologies and economic forces that set them in motion, but also the revolutions in Russia; civil wars in Ireland and Spain; American interventions in Latin America, colonial wars in Morocco, Ethiopia, and Palestine; and events on the domestic ‘fronts’ of the belligerent nations.

by Dan Jones - History, Nonfiction, Politics, Social Issues

For more than one thousand years, Christians and Muslims lived side by side, sometimes at peace and sometimes at war. When Christian armies seized Jerusalem in 1099, they began the most notorious period of conflict between the two religions. Depending on who you ask, the fall of the holy city was either an inspiring legend or the greatest of horrors. In Crusaders, Dan Jones interrogates the many sides of the larger story, charting a deeply human and avowedly pluralist path through the crusading era.

by Dan Jones - History, Nonfiction

The crown of England changed hands five times over the course of the 15th century, as two branches of the Plantagenet dynasty fought to the death for the right to rule. In this follow-up to THE PLANTAGENETS, historian Dan Jones describes how the longest-reigning British royal family tore itself apart until it was finally replaced by the Tudors.