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Hodder & Stoughton began publishing in 1868 in London, England. Their early books included titles from Winston Churchill, JM Barrie, and The Bible. In 1921 they took ownership of the soon-to-be-famous medical journal, The Lancet. After World War I, Hodder & Stoughton several highly popular non-fiction titles, and post World War II titles included David Niven’s much-celebrated autobiography The Moon’s a Balloon in 1973 and John le Carré’s Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy in 1974.
Like in their early history, outdoor enthusiasts are most affected by the non-fiction works of another great Briton (Ray Mears) who’s Bushcraft series is considered by many to be the Bible of outdoor skills and expertise.