Military History & Affairs

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"Rigby tells an exciting tale with action coming in right away in the first chapters."

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“Detailed and comprehensive, Countdown to D-Day should be a standard work on what the Germans did and did not accomplish to meet ‘The Longest Day.’”

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“tells the forgotten story of this airborne operation, one of the more complex operations in World War II . . .”

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“Shelley Emling . . . brings Bernadotte to life. Written in an unpretentious style, it portrays close up the . . . most modest of men.

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“Kershaw does a marvelous job of making these stories seem fresh and real to a new generation of readers.”

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“an engaging overview of these highly trained warriors.”

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“Hitler’s Death represents a useful contribution to the neverending literature dealing in some way with the life and death of this most despicable of human beings.

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“What if the CIA didn’t really want the NSA to find the source of the devastating leaks?

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“This is very much a book about war from the perspective of the frontline combatant. It is a story of fear, uncertainty, courage, fortitude, comradeship, and heroism.

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“a groundbreaking examination of an untapped subject in early American naval history . . .”

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"this modern commentary on the Commentaries also 'lets you see Caesar the man and politician, not just the general he wanted you to see.'"

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“Trying to divine and react to an assertive China’s intentions and capabilities will be the critical national security challenge for the U.S. this century. . . .

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“Hitler’s Last Plot is certainly among the first to bring together a more detailed look at how the Nazis tried to use these people as a means of mitigating or avoi

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The historiography of prisoner of war (POW) publications generally takes the Western or Allied perspective.

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“David Powell is quickly becoming a noted historian on the war, with multiple volumes on the Chickamauga and Atlanta Campaigns.”

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"More adventure comes packed on certain pages in So Close to Freedom than in other entire books."

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"A page-turner illustrated with maps, paintings, and photographs, The Aleutians takes the reader to the action there in 1942 and 1943."

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"in Topgun, Pedersen has the reader even looking forward to the next paragraph."

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“This is a quick and easy read yet holds one’s interest over and above the actual Top Gun program development.

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“an overlooked but important part of the Allies 1944 campaign to defeat Nazi Germany and this well-written and engaging volume should help it emerge from the shadow of the more heavily stud

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“Students of American history understand the fervor with which the original colonies struggled for independence from England and the zeal with which the Union fought to reunite this country

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“Although America and Israel have been best of friends since 1967, Mellen’s latest work claims that this friendship is based on betrayal and spilt blood.”

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“Spy Pilot is a compelling read of the forgotten heroism of a father and the determination of a son to bring that heroism to light.”

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“One fascinating aspect of Ronald’s text is that it is written from the British perspective, rarely the case in literature about the American Revolutionary War.”

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