Tagged: The History Press

History Press signs Ghee Bowman's debut to mark Dunkirk anniversary

The History Press will publish historian Ghee Bowman's debut non-fiction book, The Indian Contingent, for the 80th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation.... Read more

The History Press to launch new imprint in 2020

​The History Press will launch a new publishing imprint in 2020, with a list focused on "books that spark".  Read more

History Press lands book on Lord Boothby and Ronnie Kray

The History Press has scooped an "enthralling" book by Daniel Smith on how establishment forces reportedly tried to suppress a story about Lord Boothby and Ronnie... Read more

History Press prepares for move with two new hires

The History Press is gearing up to relocate to Cheltenham as it enters an “important phase in growth” with two new hires to start the... Read more

History Press buys Nazi wives book

The History Press will publish an investigation into the roles of the wives of the senior Nazi officials by author and broadcaster James Wyllie.... Read more

History Press returns to profitability following management buyout

The History Press has returned to profitability following a management buyout of the publisher. Read more

History Press to publish book written by local primary school pupils

Stroud-based indie The History Press has joined forces with a local primary school to publish a new book written and illustrated by the school’s pupils.... Read more

Management buyout for The History Press

Gloucestershire-based publisher The History Press has been acquired in a management buyout from previous owners private equity firm Octopus Investments. Read more

Author Greenwood 'murdered for rare book worth £50k'

A man allegedly stabbed author Adrian Greenwood to death in order to rob him of rare books including a valuable first edition of The Wind... Read more

Book on First World War signaller to The History Press

The History Press is to publish a book based on an original set of sketchbooks and diaries from a signaller in the First World War.... Read more

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