Military History & Affairs

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“should be required reading for anyone wanting to learn intelligence gathering.”

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“Allport demonstrates vast knowledge of relevant primary and secondary sources and covers a broad range of events and activities.

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“Only the far-seeing vision and persistence of those first aviators allowed this new mode of warfare to survive its infancy until the First World War showed that airplanes were not just a n

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“Both fascinating and troubling, this thoughtful history reveals the roots of the official spin that dominates much of today’s news.”

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Reminiscent of the many great narrative histories of Allied military operations during World War II, this book is absolutely a must read on these wars.”

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“Paul Betts’ Ruin and Renewal bills itself as interpretative post-World War II history, but it is instead another left-wing assault on Western civilization.”

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“this is the first book to look at the commanders who led these elite troops in the most crucial operation of the European Theater.

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“The pages turn easily, and the story moves quickly from chapter to chapter in this fascinating memoir of a common solider in World War II.”     

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Toll provides the perfect blend of strategic and operational detail of the military actions that covered nearly half the globe.”

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Official denial never goes out of style. In our own time, an Iraqi spokesman famously declared: "There are no American infidels in Baghdad.

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“makes the compelling case that secession was a much more politically complicated process than generally understood . . .”

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“should make everyone who reads it and was born after October 1962 extremely thankful to be alive . . .”

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“Kepher has written a must-have volume for any student of D-Day to show just how challenging and risky the Normandy landings were . . .”

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“there is still much left to accomplish in racial relations and justice.

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Revolutions should attract a broad readership curious about the ways in which human upheavals have, at least in some instances, affected and even altered the course of world histo

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Nearly all the historiography of the Battle of Britain centers around the courage and fortitude of the “valiant few” British fighter pilots who turned back the German bombing campaign against the E

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“The authors have done a magnificent job of blending a visual and narrative record and their generous use of maps and diagrams is to be commended.”

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“will come as a shock to readers used to hearing about meticulously planned and executed American special operations . . .”

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“examines those critical 27 months and the key decisions that allowed the U.S. to begin the long road to becoming the ‘Arsenal of Democracy’ . . .”

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“the more complete story of the creation of the International Military Tribunal (IMT) can now be told . . .”

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The Allied debacle of Operation Market-Garden continues to fascinate readers 75 years after the end of World War II.

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“The examination of this period of the war from the Japanese perspective offers some fascinating insights into how their lack of strategic thinking rendered their operational prowess unsucc

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