History

In the Shadow of the Round Tops: Longstreet’s Countermarch, Johnston’s Reconnaissance, and the Enduring Battles for the Memory of July 2, 1863

Publication Date: 06/27/2023

Exciting new research lifts much of the fog surrounding the Battle of Gettysburg and offers a glimpse into what happened on that fateful day—July 2, 1863. James Longstreet’s countermarch and Samuel Johnston’s morning reconnaissance are two of the most enigmatic events of the Battle of Gettysburg. Both have been viewed…

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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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Our Flag Was Still There: The Star Spangled Banner that Survived the British and 200 Years―And the Armistead Family Who Saved It

Publication Date: 06/13/2023

Our Flag Was Still There details the improbable two-hundred-year journey of the original Star-Spangled Banner—from Fort McHenry in 1814, when Francis Scott Key first saw it, to the Smithsonian in 2023—and the enduring family who defended, kept, hid, and ultimately donated the most famous flag in American history. Francis Scott Key…

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Unwavering: The Wives Who Fought to Ensure No Man is Left BehindUnwavering: The Wives Who Fought to Ensure No Man is Left Behind

Publication Date: 06/06/2023

The true story of the women who waged an epic home front battle to ensure our nation leaves no man behind. When some of America’s military men are captured or go missing during the Vietnam War, a small group of military wives become their champions. Never had families taken on…

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The Fly Girls Revolt: The Story of the Women Who Kicked Open the Door to Fly in Combat

Publication Date: 05/23/2023

This is the untold story of the women military aviators of the 1970s and 1980s who kicked open the door to fly in combat in 1993—along with the story of the women who paved the way before them. In 1993, U.S. women earned the right to fly in combat, but…

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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 Last Night on the Titanic: Unsinkable Drinking, Dining, and Style

Publication Date: 04/11/2023

The Last Night on the Titanic demystifies life in all three classes aboard the world’s most beloved ocean liner. Learn why the Titanic still captures the heart of people everywhere even 110 years later. Sailing—and making history—on the cusp of Prohibition, the Titanic defined drinking and dining styles of the…

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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 to determine what the nation would become—a time of excitement, opportunity, and agonizing loss, when history played havoc with the lives of ordinary people like Henry Overstreet…

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

Publication Date: 03/21/2023

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: 02/28/2023

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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