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Russell S. Bonds
War Like the Thunderbolt:
The Battle and Burning of Atlanta
It was, from the start, an uneven battle. While other commanders made mere plans, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman unleashed a thing beyond all control...
The Good Soldiers
There is no sense of purpose that cannot be shaken by the sight of a thirsty dog on the streets of Baghdad, lapping up the blood of your fellow soldier...
Medal of Honor with Ed Tracy
Robert M. Patterson
Sp4c. Patterson woke up in a bomb crater with no memory of how he got there. His fellow soldiers recalled it clearly, though: he'd earned the Medal of Honor...
By the end of the war, their chests were covered in medals of valor. To a man, they had paid an extremely high price for each and every one. Produced by Tom...
Holger H. Herwig
The Marne, 1914:
The Opening of World War I & The Battle That Changed The World
The British Tommy, the French
, and the German Landser went to war in 1914, ready to show their courage and fulfill their sense of adventure ...
John F. Ross
War on the Run:
The Epic Story of Robert Rogers and the Conquest of America's First Frontier
Robert Rogers is often called the father of the U.S. Army's Ranger School. With his expertise as an outdoorsman, Rogers developed a new mode of ...
John W. Hall
Indian Allies in the Blackhawk War
In 1832, the Sauk leader Black Hawk led a thousand followers into Illinois to reclaim their ancestral lands. Federal troops arrived to force their withdrawal ...
Visions from a Foxhole: The Wartime Sketches of William Foley
January 22 - April 9, 2010
Sir Max Hastings
Churchill 1940 - 1945
In one critic's opinion, the greatest actor in the history of the British stage never trod the boards at Drury Lane or the Royal Albert Hall. His venue of choice? 10
Gerhard L. Weinberg
New Boundaries for the World:
The Post-War Visions of Eight World War II Leaders
Stalin was certain he could see the future. Churchill had an idea what it would look like, too. From FDR to Mussolini, from Hitler to Tojo, from Chiang Kai-shek...
Craig M. Mullaney
The Unforgiving Minute
It can take an entire life's worth of experiences to form the balance of a single, unforgiving minute on a mountain ridge in Afghanistan. Driven to excel by a...
Medal of Honor with Ed Tracy
Harold A. Fritz
Had anyone heard the call for help? There was no way to know - the radio was too badly damaged to be sure if his message had been received. Meanwhile, his
John Milton Cooper Jr.
He narrowly won a fractious re-election after promising to keep America out of a European war. However, less than a year later, the first doughboys were landing...
Race, Mutiny and Bravery on the USS Kitty Hawk
In 1972, Marvin Gaye toured behind "Inner City Blues (Makes Me Wanna Holler)", and Bobby Womack sang about the tests that lay "Across 110th Street" ...
American Hero, American Myth
He fought to bridge a harsh partisan divide, and earned a place as America's most beloved leader. He was no less admired outside his nation's borders, thoug ...
No Less Than Victory:
A Novel of World War II
Amid scorched earth and bitter cold, a madman's last gambit is launched. Caught by surprise, the Allies must fight a desperate battle with everything at stake ...
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