Keith Lowe has just revealed the cover for his forthcoming history title PRISONERS OF HISTORY which is the first book in his new UK relationship with UK publisher William Collins where he is edited by Arabella Pike
Bestselling historian Keith Lowe gives a bold new history of our lives since World War Two, told through the stories of our most powerful monuments.
When World War Two ended, its monuments were built to tell the story. From Berlin to Moscow, Seoul to Hiroshima, countries reckoned with the impact of the war and what was to be enshrined in national memory. Today, many of these memorials remain the most visited sites in the world. Some attract millions of people every year.
In Prisoners of History, the award-winning Keith Lowe gives a bold new account of the way the world reacted in the wake of World War Two, and how the narratives countries told solidified – for better or for worse – to shape their national identities of today.
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