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Margaret MacMillan

Margaret MacMillan is the author of Paris 1919, Nixon and Mao, and Women of the Raj. Paris 1919 won the Duff Cooper Prize, the Samuel Johnson Prize for nonfiction, the Hessell-Tiltman Prize for History, a Silver Medal for the Arthur Ross Book Award of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Governor-General’s prize for nonfiction, and it was selected by the editors of The New York Times as one of the ten best books of the year. A past provost of Trinity College at the University of Toronto, MacMillan is the warden of St. Antony’s College at Oxford University.

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Dangerous Games
Written by Margaret MacMillan
Modern Library | Trade Paperback | July 2010
$15.00/(Canada) | 978-0-8129-7996-1 (0-8129-7996-6)

Acclaimed historian Margaret MacMillan explores here the many ways in which history affects us all. She shows how a deeper engagement with history, both as individuals and in the sphere of public debate, can help us understand ourselves and the world better. But she also warns that history can be misused... Read more






Nixon and Mao
Written by Margaret MacMillan
Random House Trade Paperbacks | Trade Paperback | March 2008
$17.00/(Canada) | 978-0-8129-7057-9 (0-8129-7057-8)

With the publication of her landmark bestseller Paris 1919, Margaret MacMillan was praised as “a superb writer who can bring history to life” (The Philadelphia Inquirer). Now she brings her extraordinary gifts to one of the most important subjects today–the relationship between the United States and China–and one of the most... Read more






Paris 1919
Written by Margaret MacMillan, Foreword by Richard Holbrooke
Random House Trade Paperbacks | Trade Paperback | September 2003
$20.00/24.00(Canada) | 978-0-375-76052-5 (0-375-76052-0)

National Bestseller

New York Times Editors’ Choice

Winner of the PEN Hessell Tiltman Prize

Winner of the Duff Cooper Prize

Silver Medalist for the Arthur Ross Book Award
of the Council on Foreign Relations

Finalist for the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award


For six months in 1919, after the end of “the war to end... Read more






The War That Ended Peace
Written by Margaret MacMillan
Random House Trade Paperbacks | Trade Paperback | July 29, 2014
$20.00/(Canada) | 978-0-8129-8066-0 (0-8129-8066-2)

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY
The New York Times Book Review • The Economist • The Christian Science Monitor • Bloomberg Businessweek • The Globe and Mail

From the bestselling and award-winning author of Paris 1919 comes a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, a fascinating portrait of Europe...

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The War That Ended Peace
Written by Margaret MacMillan
Random House | Hardcover | October 2013
$35.00/(Canada) | 978-1-4000-6855-5 (1-4000-6855-X)

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY
The New York Times Book Review • The Economist • The Christian Science Monitor • Bloomberg Businessweek • The Globe and Mail

From the bestselling and award-winning author of Paris 1919 comes a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, a fascinating portrait of Europe...

Read more






Women of the Raj
Written by Margaret MacMillan
Random House Trade Paperbacks | Trade Paperback | October 2007
$15.95/(Canada) | 978-0-8129-7639-7 (0-8129-7639-8)

In the nineteenth century, at the height of colonialism, the British ruled India under a government known as the Raj. British men and women left their homes and traveled to this mysterious, beautiful country–where they attempted to replicate their own society. In this fascinating portrait, Margaret MacMillan examines the hidden lives... Read more





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