History

Navy Dog: A Dog’s Days in the US Navy

Publication Date: 04/25/2023

Navy Dog is a one-of-a-kind love story between a salty, battle-ready U.S. Navy crew and a little orphan dog. Having Seaman Jenna as the mascot on the USS Vandegrift was never meant to be a statement or symbolic act, or to put the crew on the radars of four-star admirals. Jenna came aboard…

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The Burning Land

Publication Date: 04/04/2023

The Burning Land, Book 2 of the Overstreet Saga, brings the reader back to the Civil War and its aftermath, when Americans fought each other over what the nation would become—a time of adventure, excitement, opportunity, and agonizing loss. “An intimate, sweeping portrait of a country and couple divided, David…

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The Enemy Harassed: Washington’s New Jersey Campaign of 1777

Publication Date: 02/28/2023

As few books regarding American history have achieved, Jim Stempel’s The Enemy Harassed brings a previously neglected period of the American Revolution to life. In late December 1776, the American War of Independence appeared to be on its last legs. General George Washington’s continental forces had been reduced to a shadow of…

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Field of Corpses: Arthur St. Clair and the Death of an American Army

Publication Date: 01/24/2023

From Alan Gaff, author of the highly acclaimed Bayonets in the Wilderness, comes the real story of this stunning defeat against the Native American nations in the Northwest Territory. In three hours on the morning of November 4, 1791, General Arthur St. Clair lost one half of his soldiers as…

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Never Give Up the Jump: Combat, Resilience, and the Legacy of World War II through the Eyes and Voices of the Paratroopers, Wives, and Families of the 508th PIR

Publication Date: 01/17/2023

The daughter of a D-Day paratrooper and her husband, a PTSD therapist, discover a family legacy of love, trauma, and resilience when they set out to explore a vast trove of WWII correspondence, official military documents, personal effects, and unique militaria found in closets and basements after her father’s death.  …

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KGB Man: The Cold War’s Most Notorious Soviet Agent and the First to be Exchanged at the Bridge of Spies

Publication Date: 01/10/2023

A thin, balding, and reclusive middle-aged Russian by the name of Rudolf Ivanovich Abel was one of the Soviet Union’s most renowned spies during the Cold War of the 1950s…until his cover was blown by an incompetent colleague who wanted to defect to the United States. This is the full…

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Leading the Way to Victory: A History of the 60th Troop Carrier Group 1940–1945

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

Leading the Way to Victory is the official history of the 60th Troop Carrier Group, featuring unpublished first-person accounts by participating veterans and expertly written by retired USAF Colonel Mark C. Vlahos, combat veteran and former Vice Wing Commander of 314th Airlift Wing at the Little Rock Air Force Base.…

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Terror In Frankfurt: The Untold Truth About the Worst Terrorist Attack in U.S. Air Force History

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

Terror in Frankfurt is a page-turning and inspiring memoir of terror, courage, and redemption that deserves a front-row seat on any bookshelf. Terror in Frankfurt is the untold true story about the most terrifying terrorist attack in U.S. Air Force history. This riveting true account follows Staff Sergeant Trevor Brewer…

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The Golden Brigade: The Untold Story of the 82nd Airborne in Vietnam and Beyond

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

An epic tale of a brotherhood forged by war—masterfully told by a lifelong journalist, war correspondent, and U.S. Army veteran. “A must-read by military historians who follow the 82nd Airborne Division. It is a compilation of fascinating stories by brave soldiers who found themselves in the crucible of fierce combat.”…

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The View from My Foxhole: A Marine Private’s Firsthand World War II Combat Experience from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, millions of young American men were eager to join up and defend their country. William Swanson was among them. The View from My Foxhole tells William Swanson’s story of fighting in the jungles of Bougainville and Guam and the ash heap of Iwo Jima.…

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