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Format: Paperback, 240 pages
6 x 9, 92 images, 1 map
Tears of a Warrior: A Family's Story of Combat and Living with PTSD is a patriotic book written about soldiers who are called to duty in service of their country. It is a story of courage, valor, and life-long sacrifice. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192
6 x 9, 150 images and maps
Join historian Daniel J. Vermilya to learn more about America’s bloodiest day, and how it changed the United States forever in That Field of Blood. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192
6x9, Black-and-white photos, 114 Illustrations, 6 maps
It has been called Robert E. Lee's supreme moment: riding into the Chancellorsville clearing...the mansion itself aflame in the background...his gunpowder-smeared soldiers crowding around him, hats off, cheering wildly. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 168 pages
150+ images and maps
The clash of armies in the American Civil War left hundreds of thousands of men dead, wounded, or permanently damaged. Skirmishes and battles could result in casualty numbers as low as one or two and as high as tens of thousands. The carnage of the battlefield left a lasting impression on those who experienced or viewed it, but in most cases the armies quickly moved on to meet again at another time and place. When the dust settled and the living armies moved on, what happened to the dead left behind? Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 192 pages
11 b/w images
Within the annals of Alamo and Texas Revolutionary historiography, the important contributions of the Irish in winning the struggle against Mexico and establishing a new republic are noticeably absent. Breaking new ground with fresh views and original insights, Phillip Thomas Tucker's The Alamo's Forgotten Defenders: The Remarkable Story of the Irish During the Texas Revolution, sets forth one of the best remaining untold stories of the Alamo and Texas Revolution by exploring a largely forgotten and long ignored history: the dramatic saga of the Irish in Texas. Read More...
Format: Hardback, 240 pages
6 x 9, illustrated
Book published by Casemate Publishers
In July 1944, the 9,000-man Japanese garrison on the island of Tinian listened warily as the thunder of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, Army and Air Corps, descended on their neighboring island, Saipan, just three miles away. There were 20,000 Japanese troops on Saipan, but the US obliterated the opposition after a horrific all-arms campaign. The sudden silence only indicated it was now Tinian’s turn. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 366 pages
Format: Paperback, 360 pages
Foreword by Mark Bradley, author of Last Stand in the Carolinas: The Battle of Bentonville
Hardcover: 48 photos, 29 maps, notes, appendices, biblio., index, and d.j.
As Sherman's infantry crossed into North Carolina, Maj. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick's veteran Federal cavalry division fanned out in front, screening the advance. When Kilpatrick learned that Confederate cavalry under Lt. Gen. Wade Hampton was hot on his trail, he decided to set a trap for the Southern horsemen near a place called Monroe's Crossroads. Hampton, however, learned of the plan and decided to do something Kilpatrick was not expecting... Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 480 pages
109 maps, 4 images
Nathan Bedford Forrest was one of the most intriguing characters to emerge during the Civil War. There is no shortage of books and articles on the man and his generalship, with topics ranging from hero worship based on his extraordinary battlefield successes to condemnation based on his association with Fort Pillow and later, the Ku Klux Klan. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 576 pages
6 x 9, 2 photos, 31 illustrations
*NOTE: This book is the paperback version of The Unpopular Mr. Lincoln with a new cover and title!
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Today, Abraham Lincoln is a beloved American icon, widely considered to be our best president. It was not always so. Larry Tagg’s The Battles that Made Abraham Lincoln is the first study of its kind to concentrate on what Lincoln’s contemporaries thought of him during his lifetime, and the obstacles they set before him. Be forewarned: your preconceived notions are about to be shattered. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 246
7 x 10, 7 images, 27 maps
Covers the entire critical campaign for Atlanta, from May 1864 southward to Atlanta, the major battles fought around the city, and the siege. Read More...