History

Ghostriders 1968-1975: “Mors De Caelis” Combat History of the AC-130 Spectre Gunship, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

If necessity is the mother of invention, the AC-130 gunship was definitely her offspring. Ghostriders: Mors De Caelis is a comprehensive history of AC-130 gunship combat operations in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. The story begins with the first AC-130 in 1968, and ends in 1975 at the end of the…

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Battle Maps of the American Revolution

Publication Date: 11/16/2021

From the American Battlefield Trust, an unparalleled collection of their popular battle maps of the Revolutionary War. “Wow! I just love those maps that you guys send to me.” It is a phrase that the staff of the American Battlefield Trust hears on a weekly basis and the expression refers…

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The New Land

Publication Date: 11/16/2021

From bestselling historian and storyteller David O. Stewart, The New Land brings the reader back in time to tell uniquely American stories—full of adventure, excitement, heartbreak, and a tapestry of richly developed characters. Lose yourself in the challenges and emotions of eighteenth-century Maine.  In 1753, Johann Oberstrasse’s wife, Christianne, announces that their…

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The Navigation Case: Training, Flying and Fighting the 1942 to 1945 New Guinea War

Publication Date: 11/02/2021

The Navigation Case reveals the drama and sacrifice expended by America’s pioneering pilots’ first ever demonstration of air superiority, during the greatest campaign in U.S. Air Force history. An aged and glossy leather briefcase was discovered when our family house was cleaned out and sold. We came to learn that…

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Revolutionary Surgeons: Patriots and Loyalists on the Cutting Edge

Publication Date: 10/12/2021

Revolutionary Surgeons offers an integrated picture of surgeons as political and military leaders of the American Revolution. Prominent surgeons participated in political activities that ultimately resulted in the breakaway of the colonies from Britain. Surgeons were members of the Sons of Liberty and other groups opposing Acts imposed on the colonies…

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Surviving Dresden: A Novel about Life, Death, and Redemption in World War II

Publication Date: 10/12/2021

Surviving Dresden beautifully portrays the poignant and inspiring human struggle between good and evil in the search for peace during the last bloody days of World War II. On the ground that horrific night is a courageous young Jewish woman, Gisela Kauffmann. Having just received orders to be herded off…

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Links to Liberty: Defending the Great Chain at West Point

Publication Date: 10/05/2021

Teenage twin boys go on an adventure protecting the Great Chain at West Point, which turns into a rescue mission when one of them gets captured by the Redcoats! The year: 1779 The war: the American Revolution The secret weapon: twin boys and a Great Chain at West Point In…

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Triage: A History of America’s Frontline Medics from Concord to Covid-19

Publication Date: 09/28/2021

An articulate, compelling history of American battlefield medics. “I have walked the battlefields with Martin King, who has traversed them countless times with veterans. No one knows these stories like Martin, and no one can tell them quite the way he does.” —Rick Beyer, New York Times bestselling author of The Ghost Army…

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Accomplishing the Impossible: Leadership That Launched Revolutionary Change

Publication Date: 09/21/2021

A journey back in time to learn to be revolutionary leaders and managers! Accomplishing the Impossible draws contemporary leadership lessons from the events and people that were central to the beginning of the American Revolution. Retired general, scholar, and educator William E. Rapp, cuts through the popular mythology around the Boston…

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The Forgotten Game: Game 5 * 2004 ALCS Yankees at Red Sox

Publication Date: 08/24/2021

A gripping detailed recap of the wildly insane, oft-overlooked, extra-innings classic that turned the 2004 ALCS into the most memorable playoff series in modern history. No team had ever come back from a 3–0 deficit to win a postseason series in baseball. In the history of MLB postseason play going…

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