Other Historic Interest
American soldiers warned Chaplain Emil Kapaun, however he refused to leave his wounded comrades when Chinese forces surrounded troops of the 1st Cavalry Division. The decision marked a turning point in the inspiring life of this young catholic priest.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493056
The recollections of over ninety men, along with excerpts from unit command reports, and news articles recall the role of the citizen-soldier in the Korean War.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572492561
American Leader in War and Peace: The Life and Times of WWI Soldier, Army Chief of Staff and Citadel President General Charles P. Summerall
American Leader in War and Peace explores the life of General Charles P. Summerall, who rose from poverty to high command in a great war. Summerall inspired great confidence in the soldiers he led and used them relentlessly in battle during WWI.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493995
Through research with new sources and technology, the McMurrys seek out the origins and development of the longest running presidential scandal in American history—the allegation that Thomas Jefferson fathered the children of his slave Sally Hemings.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493032
Paperback • ISBN 9781572491069
The lieutenant’s story is the only firsthand account that vividly portrays the experiences of a German field infantry officer in World War I who served on both the better known Western Front and the Eastern Front.
Hardcover • ISBN 9781572491588
World War I on the Eastern Front! In the Balkans and along the Carpathians, the fates of two empires, Russia and Austria-Hungary, were decided.
Hardcover • ISBN 9781572492424
The history, from creation in WWI through its triumphant entry into Berlin in July 1945, of America’s senior and most distinguished armored regiment. Trained under General George S. Patton became one of two in the famed 2nd Armored Division.
Hardcover • ISBN 9781572491229
Isaac Shelby ranks as a genuine American hero who played a key role in our quest for freedom. A native of Maryland and later resident of the Carolinas, Isaac Shelby fought in three wars: Lord Dunmore’s, the American Revolution, and the War of 1812.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572491847
A not so secret weapon, psychological warfare was added to the US Air Force’s arsenal during the Korean War. A unit was created to design propaganda projectiles, determine targets, and suggest the means to deliver them to the enemy.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572492332