History

Underwater Museums: What Remains of WWII in the Pacific

Publication Date: 11/05/2024

Dive into the submerged history of the Pacific theater of WWII where ships, planes, submarines, and military surplus rest beneath the waves. Explore the underwater museums preserved in time through stunning photography from award-winning photographer, Brandi Mueller, and captivating firsthand stories of diving the wrecks and the history of how…

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Tough Rugged Bastards: A Memoir of a Life in Marine Special Operations

Publication Date: 08/13/2024

Tough Rugged Bastards is the memoir of an ordinary guy who seized an extraordinary opportunity to become one of the most elite warfighters in America during the most volatile times in the Global War on Terror. Following the 9/11 attacks, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld directed the Marine Corps to…

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Forgotten Island: The WWII Story of One Sailor’s Survival on Japanese-Occupied Guam

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

Forgotten Island is the story of Navy radioman George Tweed, who was trapped on Japanese-occupied Guam during World War II, and the American liberation of the island. The opening days of World War II in the Pacific found the island of Guam in the Mariana Islands to be an isolated…

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Japan’s Holocaust: History of Imperial Japan’s Mass Murder and Rape During World War II

Publication Date: 03/19/2024

Japan’s Holocaust is a comprehensive exploration of Japan’s mass murder and sexual crimes during the Pacific and Asian Wars from 1927 to 1945. Japan’s Holocaust combines research conducted in over eighteen research facilities in five nations to explore Imperial Japan’s atrocities from 1927 to 1945 during its military expansions and…

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The Deadly Path: How Operation Fast & Furious and Bad Lawyers Armed Mexican Cartels

Publication Date: 03/05/2024

Pete Forcelli did what members of the U.S. Congress encourage government employees to do: he spoke up when he saw misconduct within the federal government. But choosing to be a whistleblower almost cost Forcelli his job, his possessions, and his reputation as a law enforcement official. “In a raw and…

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Insurgent Hunter: Memoirs of a Navy SEAL Turned Counterinsurgent Agent in Iraq

Publication Date: 02/20/2024

When you hunt men, men will hunt you. In this epic thrill ride filled with triumph and tragedy, Jack Treadway takes readers deep into the shadows of covert warfare. As a new SEAL learning to hunt men, a clandestine mini wet submarine comes within inches of slicing and dicing him.…

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Guns, Girls, and Greed: I Was a Blackwater Mercenary in Iraq

Publication Date: 02/06/2024

Guns, Girls, and Greed is an unvarnished, behind-the-scenes, tell-all account of the scathing and dangerous life of mercenaries at war in Iraq. Experience the world of private contractors conducting high-threat missions for a nascent Iraqi government in the hopes of rebuilding after the fall of Saddam Hussein. With limited support,…

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Small Victories in a Great Big War: The Terrifying and Sometimes Hilarious Adventures of a World War Two Paratrooper

Publication Date: 08/08/2023

An incredible journey of traumatic near-death moments, day to day drudgery, amusing situations, and even brushes with greatness in World War II. Life for a World War II paratrooper was grave and perilous; John H. Canfield’s experience was no different. However, this young man found himself in so many crazy—sometimes…

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Tony Cuesta, Freedom Fighter: The War with Fidel Castro to Take Back Cuba

Publication Date: 07/18/2023

Tony Cuesta is the action-adventure story of a courageous former compadre of Fidel Castro who fled Cuba and became a Little Havana hero by launching raids against the communists occupying his homeland. Close friends: Tony Cuesta and Fidel Castro attended the University of Havana together in the mid 1950s. The…

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The Hunter Elite: Inside America’s Secret Force Against Terror

Publication Date: 06/27/2023

After the panic of 9/11, intelligence agencies, including state and local police and their nascent anti-terror divisions, realized they had failed the country and had to share all their precious info with the total intel community—something all their years of training had taught them never to do. The great War…

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