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Format: Paperback, 216 pages
6x9, 32 illustrations and tables
“The first time I attended a National Guard family event, I felt like I had been abducted by aliens!” recalls Mary Corbett, author of National Guard 101: A Handbook for Spouses. “I didn’t understand anything! I had never been in an armory before. I didn’t know the difference between an officer and enlisted soldier. I didn’t even know how to address the commander or his wife!” Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 352 pages
34 color photos, 4 maps, biblio, notes, index
Fallujah. Few names conjure up as many images of blood, sacrifice, and valor as does this ancient city in Al Anbar province forty miles west of Baghdad. This sprawling concrete jungle was the scene of two major U.S. combat operations in 2004. The first was Operation Vigilant Resolve, an aborted effort that April by U.S. Marines intent on punishing the city's insurgents... Read More...
Format: Paperback, 240 pages
12 photos, charts, illustrations
The first MLB franchise to be featured in the new, exciting, and completely original Sports by the Numbers series! Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192 pages
25 maps and 194 images
View the book's dust jacket.
In No Turning Back: A Guide to the 1864 Overland Campaign, from the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, May 4 - June 13, 1864, historians Robert M. Dunkerly, Donald C. Pfanz, and David R. Ruth allow readers to follow in the footsteps of the armies as they grapple across the Virginia landscape. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 312 pages
FINALIST: 2009 Indie Book Awards, Autobiography/Memoirs
Readers in and out of the military will stand up and cheer for this valiant Marine's Marine, a man who embodies everything noble and proud in the Corps' long tradition. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 544 pages
90 b/w photos, 16 maps
The titanic three-day battle of Gettysburg left 50,000 casualties in its wake, a battered Southern army far from its base of supplies, and a rich historiographic legacy. Thousands of books and articles cover nearly every aspect of the battle, but not a single volume focuses on the military aspects of the monumentally important movements of the armies to and across the Potomac River. One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863 is the first detailed military history of Lee's retreat and the Union effort to catch and destroy the wounded Army of Northern Virginia. Against steep odds and encumbered with thousands of casu Read More...
Format: Paperback, 168 pages
6x9, 150 images and 14 maps
One day. Fourteen hours. Twelve thousand Union cavalrymen against 9,000 of their Confederate counterparts Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 624 pages
Gold Medal for Fiction, 2006, Military Writers Society of America
Includes The Taylor Effect, a March 2000 Nobel Prize-nominated discovery on the movement of the world's global markets.
What if the world's stock markets really are predictable? How would the world's most rich and powerful react if someone stumbled upon one of history's best-kept and most shocking secrets?
What is tomorrow's Wall Street Journal worth to you today? Where is the line between reality and fiction? Are the financial markets really predictable? Does an ancient artifact hold the key to how some of the world's wealthiest families made their fortunes? Read More...
Format: Hardback, 496 pages
6 x 9, 16 pages of illustrations
Book published by Casemate Publishers
World War II, which occurred precisely at the juncture between air transport capability and the invention of the helicopter, saw history’s first and only mass use of paratroopers dropped into battle from the sky, perhaps the most courageous combat task seen in modern warfare. And "Jumpin' Jim" Gavin was by all accounts America’s best paratrooper leader. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 240 pages
Cover photo by William Ames
The first Big 10 school to be featured in the new, exciting, and completely original Sports by the Numbers series! Read More...