The History Non-fiction Reading Challenge

Rachel at Hibernator's Library is hosting a history reading challenge, which is excellent news.  It's the History Nonfiction Reading Challenge 2020, and as Rachel says:

After scouring the archives of challenges in the past, I discovered a paucity of history challenges. I plan on reading a lot of history next year, and think it would be interesting to see what others are reading too. I will post a linky on the first day of every month so you can include any nonfiction history books you’re reading. The rules are not strict – if you consider the book to be history, then go ahead and post it.

That's just what I need!

  1. Vasily Grossman and the Soviet Century, by Alexandra Popoff
  2. A House Full of Females, by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
  3.  Akenfield, by Ronald Blythe
  4. When They Come For Us, We'll Be Gone, by Gal Beckerman 
  5. The Golden Thread, by Kassia St. Clair
  6. Russian Tattoo, by Elena Gorkhova 
  7. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, by Ted Lawson
  8. A Strange Stirring, by Stephanie Coontz
  9. The Unwomanly Face of War, by Svetlana Alexievich
  10. The Golden Bough, by Sir James Frazer
  11. Robin Hood: Green Lord of the Wildwood, by John Matthews
  12. Mudlark, by Lara Maiklem
  13. Thames: A Biography, by Peter Ackroyd
  14. Edward Lear: Life of a Wanderer, by Vivien Noakes
  15. The Spy and the Traitor, by Ben MacIntyre

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