Military Non-Fiction

Johann Ewald: Jaeger Commander

Publication Date: 01/12/2021

Johann Ewald began as a commoner in one of the states of the Holy Roman Empire who rose above the constraints of his time. As a soldier he fought in all of the great conflict of the latter eighteenth century, the Seven Years’ War, the American War of Independence and…

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Alamo of the Revolution: Benedict Arnold and the Massacre at Fort Griswold

Publication Date: 12/01/2020

Before the British surrendered at Yorktown, Benedict Arnold led 1,800 British troops on a punitive expedition to destroy the American privateer base in New London. The result was a bloody assault by the British on Fort Griswold and the near massacre of its defenders. In July of 1781, an American…

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John Haslet’s World: An Ardent Patriot, the Delaware Blues, and the Spirit of 1776

Publication Date: 11/03/2020

Follow along on the journey of Delaware’s Revolutionary War hero, John Haslet, and the legendary regiment he commanded during the 1776 campaign of George Washington’s army. This is the story of Colonel John Haslet, an Irish immigrant to the American colonies who made the ultimate sacrifice while fighting for his…

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Hang Tough: The WWII Letters and Artifacts of Major Dick Winters

Publication Date: 10/27/2020

The compelling WWII correspondence and artifacts of Major Dick Winters, commander of the Band of Brothers. Major Dick Winters of the 101st Airborne gained international acclaim when the tale of he and his men were depicted in the celebrated book and miniseries Band of Brothers. Hoisted as a modest hero…

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Revolutionary Princeton 1774-1783: The Biography of an American Town in the Heart of a Civil War

Publication Date: 07/28/2020

Discover how eighteenth-century Princeton and its residents—including two signers of the Declaration of Independence—contributed to and were affected by the American Revolution. The battles of Trenton and Princeton have been the subject of several recent books, but this story complements them by expanding the story to include the many experiences…

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Spies of the Deep: The Untold Truth About the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used The Tragedy To Ignite a New Cold War

Publication Date: 07/14/2020

Twenty years after the most terrifying submarine disaster in naval history, the untold story about why the Russians buried the truth and how Vladimir Putin used the incident to ignite a new Cold War finally comes to light. A decade after the Cold War and just a few months after…

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Braided in Fire: Black GIs and Tuscan Villagers on the Gothic Line 1944

Publication Date: 06/30/2020

BRAIDED IN FIRE is the stirring author’s search to understand the drama that unfolded between the Italian peasants and African-American infantrymen of the 366th Infantry Regiment, - attached to the celebrated "Buffalo Division, 92nd Infantry"- whose lives were lost, or changed irrevocably by a village battle in Tuscany during the…

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Battle Maps of the Civil War: The Eastern Theater

Publication Date: 05/26/2020

From the American Battlefield Trust comes the collection of their popular maps of the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War. “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. The…

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Healing Wounds: A Vietnam War Combat Nurse’s 10-Year Fight to Win Women a Place of Honor in Washington, D.C.

Publication Date: 05/26/2020

What is the price of honor? It took ten years for Vietnam War nurse Diane Carlson Evans to answer that question—and the answer was a heavy one. In 1983, when Evans came up with the vision for the first-ever memorial on the National Mall to honor women who’d worn a…

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Japan’s Secret War: How Japan’s Race to Build its Own Atomic Bomb Provided the Groundwork for North Korea’s Nuclear Program Third Edition: Revised and Updated

Publication Date: 12/10/2019

How Japan’s World War II race to build an atomic bomb fathered North Korea’s nuclear threat. This revised and greatly updated third edition of Japan’s Secret War is a groundbreaking, thoroughly sourced investigation into one of the least-known, yet highly significant episodes of World War II: Japan’s frantic race to…

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