Military History & Affairs

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This book is rich in detail not only about Billy Mitchell, but also about the many steps taken to finally bring a third military arm into existence.

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“. . . this book will grab them by the scruff of the neck and hold them spellbound from beginning to end.”

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“. . . a book that conflates the emotional reactions elicited by the imagery with the thoughtfulness of well-written history.”

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“A highly readable account of a war Europe completely misjudged in terms of bloodshed and cost . . .”

“. . . a work accessible to both the professional and the casual reader alike.”

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“Gerald Kleinfeld and Lewis Tambs have chosen to highlight the relatively obscure service rendered by Spain to the German war effort on the Eastern Front.”

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“. . . does an excellent job of telling the story of one of America’s finest and darkest episodes in World War II . . .”

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“Do we really need another book about the Civil War? Mr. Fleming makes a solid, compelling case in the affirmative.”

Stephen Harding is senior editor of Military History and a prolific researcher and military historian whose works include seven other nonfiction books as well as hundreds of magazine artic

“Stephen Budiansky has mastered the difficulties of the story, making it very readable and compelling.”

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“Considering adding to your collection of Civil War books? Mr.

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“[certain characterizations in the book ought not] preclude serious consideration of Dr.

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“No other writer has moved me as much as Benjamin Busch has in writing about war. No other writer has created such a moment of grace . . .

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“In one volume, Earl Hess has given readers as complete a study as can be found of this theater of battle.

“Is it necessary to state positively that there is no logical connection between an author’s patriotism, or alleged lack of it, and his or her treatment of historical fact?

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“. . . some readers will no doubt dismiss some of the author’s statements as hyperbole or perceive a pacifist bias. But those distractions are few and far between. Ms.

“The thesis set forth by Stephen Fritz in Ostkrieg is so simple and compelling that it merits consideration even by those who have studied the topic for years.”

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