Category History

The Guns at Last Light

It is the twentieth century’s unrivaled epic: at a staggering price, the United States and its allies liberated Europe and vanquished Hitler.

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Line of Fire: Diary of an Unknown Soldier

This memorable  little graphic novel gives us a first hand look at World War I from a soldier’s perspective.

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John Bell Hood

John Bell Hood, a native of Kentucky bred on romantic notions of the Old South and determined to model himself on Robert E. Lee, is believed by most to have had a tragic military career, no less interesting for being calamitous.

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Living Hell

Dr. Adams has provided a valuable if unappreciated dose of realism that our country and the world sorely needs.

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Hurricane from the Heavens

Historians Daniel T. Davis and Phillip S. Greenwalt have studied the 1864 Overland Campaign since their early days working at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, where Grant first started on his bloody road south—a road that eventually led straight into the eye of a proverbial “Hurricane from the Heavens.”

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Last Stand at Khe Sanh

Drawing on in-depth interviews with siege survivors, thousands of pages of archival documents, and scores of oral history accounts, Gregg Jones delivers a poignant and heart-pounding narrative worthy of the heroic defense of Khe Sanh.

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The Last Great Walk

In 1909, Edward Payson Weston walked from New York to San Francisco, covering around 40 miles a day and greeted by wildly cheering audiences in every city.

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The Ones They Left Behind

This is a very well-written historical novel that takes you back in time to post-Civil War America during the Reconstruction period.

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