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The Complete Scrimgeour

by Alexander Scrimgeour, Richard Hallam & Mark Beynon

'Rape, Ravage and Rant are the German watchwords in this war. Right, Revenge & Retrenchment shall be ours.' Alexander Scrimgeour, 17th September 1914.

Most published war diaries have been written by those who...


The Somme: The Epic Battle in the Soldiers' own Words and Photographs

by Richard van Emden

The offensive on the Somme took place between July and November 1916 and is perhaps the most iconic battle of the Great War. It was there that Kitchener’s famous ‘Pals’ Battalions were first sent into...


Lord Kitchener

by G. K. Chesterton

This early work by G. K. Chesterton was originally published in 1917. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London in 1874. He studied at the Slade School of Art, and upon graduating began to work as a freelance...


The Very Best of Ambrose Bierce - Including An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge and What I Saw of Shiloh

by Ambrose Bierce

A collection of the finest examples of the work of Ambrose Bierce, full of horror, death, bravery and war.


Courage in the Face of the Enemy - Tales of Bravery and Horror from the American Civil War

by Ambrose Bierce

Ambrose Bierce enlisted in the Union Army at the outbreak of the American Civil War and fought with distinction for 4 years, even earning recognition of his bravery in the newspapers of the day for a daring...


What I Saw of Shiloh -The Memories and Experiences of Ambrose Bierce During the American Civil War

by Ambrose Bierce

Ambrose Bierce was one of the most famous writers in the world at the turn of the 20th century, a vocal and passion critic and probably best known for his works centred on the American civil war, of which he...


Worth Dying For: A Navy Seal's Call to a Nation

by Rorke Denver & Ellis Henican

In a fast-paced and action-packed narrative, Navy SEAL commander Rorke Denver tackles the questions that have emerged about America’s past decade at war—from what makes a hero to why we fight and what it...


Höttlland

by Keith D. Lowry

Why them?  Why there? What caused a nation of 'Dichter und Denker' to be transformed into one of 'Richter und Henker'. Höttlland attempts to answer those questions by examining the life and times of Wilhelm...


Marine on the Mat: Patanjali's Eight Limbs of Yoga - from Parris Island to Mysore India

by Rishi Eric Infanti

In story format, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Yoga teacher, Rishi Eric Infanti outlines the parallel of his Marine Corps experiences and his journey as a Yoga teacher. Threading the Eight Limbs of Yoga from...


Windmill Point

by Jim Stempel

Windmill Point is gripping historical fiction that vividly brings to life two desperate weeks during the spring of 1864, when the resolution of the American Civil War was balanced on a razor’s edge. 

At the...


The Cooler King: The True Story of William Ash, the Greatest Escaper of World War II

by Patrick Bishop

The true story of William Ash: Spitfire Pilot, P.O.W. and WWII's Greatest Escaper

When American fighter pilot William Ash’s plane was shot down over France in 1942, he was captured by German forces and placed...


Before Topgun Days: The Making of a Jet Fighter Instructor

by Dave Baranek

Becoming the best doesn’t happen overnight; you’ve got to work for it.

Before becoming an instructor in the Navy’s Topgun program, Dave “Bio” Baranek was just another kid with a dream. Upon graduating...


Blood Brothers

by Michael Weisskopf

This "expert piece of journalism by a brave man about brave men" follows three soldiers and a reporter through eighteen months on Ward 57, Walter Reed's amputee wing (The Washington Post)

Time magazine's Michael...


The Heart of Hell: The Untold Story of Courage and Sacrifice in the Shadow of Iwo Jima

by Mitch Weiss

The Battle of Iwo Jima, a major event in the Pacific Theater of World War II—and one of the bloodiest in United States history—began on February 19, 1945. But what happened two days earlier has largely been...


Call to Arms - Over By Christmas: Outbreak of War

by David Bilton

For many years the Home Front was the Cinderella of the Great War. However, in recent years it has been acknowledged for the essential part it played in the successful prosecution of the war for the Allies....


NINE YANKS AND A JERK: The incredible saga of one of the most legendary planes in the U.S. 8th Air Force flown by Major James M. Stewart and the aircr

by SCOTT E CULVER

NEWLY UPDATED. WORLD WAR II 70TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE EDITION. Foreward written by Eric Shawn, Fox News Anchor and Senior Correspondent. Newly added photos, graphics, and expanded pages included. 'Can an...


The Great War Illustrated - The Home Front: Deepening Conflict

by David Bilton

Many books have looked at the effect of the war on the Home Front, but this is the first book to take a glimpse at the Home Front photographically from an international point of view, covering both Allied and...


Never-ending Battle After Iraq

by Bryan Carpenter

The story starts from a little boy's dream of becoming a marine, to the trials and tribulations it took to become one, serving his country in wartime and adjusting to society after the war. The book takes you...


Daiwi

by Charles F. Pfiefer & Lillian M. Crosby

“Daiwi” chronicles the journey of a man from the comfort of a New York City highrise to a sandbag refuge amid enemy fire on a Laotian mountaintop, to the jungles of Vietnam and to behind enemy lines in Cambodia...


The Lost Airman: A True Story of Escape from Nazi Occupied France

by Seth Meyerowitz & Peter Stevens

For fans of Unbroken, the remarkable, untold story of World War II American Air Force turret-gunner Staff Sergeant Arthur Meyerowitz, who was shot down over Nazi-occupied France and evaded Gestapo pursuers for...