Dette pragtværk med mere end 200 smukke historiske kort fortæller, hvordan konturerne af Danmark tog form på kort fra 1400-tallet til starten af 1800-tallet. Da... Læs mere
Prisoners of Geography meets Bill Bryson: a funny, fascinating, beautifully illustrated - and timely - history of countries that, for myriad and often ludicrous reasons, no longer exist.
Portrays a history of 90 years of Himalayan climbing and exploration, using the best possible sketch maps from the Himalayan Journal.
Featuring 60 beautiful and detailed maps, Atlas of Empires tells the story of how and why the great empires of history came into being, operated, and ultimately declined, and discusses the future of the empire in today's globalized world.
In 1975, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University acquired an exceptional... Læs mere
Over 100 important maps from the mid-sixteenth century to the present day are illustrated and discussed. London: A Life in Maps has been a bestseller since its first publication in 2006 and has now been redesigned and updated for a new audience.