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US Airborne Divisions in the ETO 1944-45

by Steven Zaloga

The delivery of entire divisions to battlefields behind enemy lines by parachute and glider was a unique feature of World War II.

Failures at D-Day landings necessitated that, in order to avoid severe dispersion...


Operation Dragoon 1944: France's Other D-Day

by Steven Zaloga & John White

Osprey's study of Operation Dragoon, the Allied landings in southern France on August 15, 1944, which was one of the most controversial operations of World War II (1939-1945), leading to deep divides between...


Panzer Divisions: The Eastern Front 1941-43

by Pier Battistelli

On June 22, 1941 when Germany attacked the Soviet Union, her Panzer divisions were to play a major role in this titanic struggle. At its peak, 19 out of the 21 existing Panzer Divisions were deployed against...


The US Marine Corps in the Vietnam War: III Marine Amphibious Force 1965-75

by Ed Gilbert

This book covers the US Marine Corps in the Vietnam War, centring on the structure and function of the two Fleet Marine Force (FMF) divisions and the corps command level, III Marine Amphibious Force (III MAF)....


Tales of Canyonlands Cowboys

by Richard Negri

Richard Negri interviews cattlemen and women about ranching in the rugged canyonlands region of southeastern Utah. Personal stories and anecdotes from the colorful characters who ground out a hard living on...


Utah in the Twentieth Century

by Brian Q. Cannon & Jessie Embry

The twentieth could easily be Utah’s most interesting, complex century, yet popular ideas of what is history seem mired in the nineteenth. One reason may be the lack of readily available writing on more recent...


Sounding the Shallows: A Confederate Compendium for the Maryland Campaign of 1862

by Joseph L Harsh

A companion volume to Taken at the Flood, this book identifies areas of research and in-depth source material for studies of the Maryland campaign.


The Slaves' Gamble

by Gene Allen Smith

Images of American slavery conjure up cotton plantations and African American slaves locked in bondage until the Civil War. Yet early on in the nineteenth century the state of slavery was very different, and...


The Double V: How Wars, Protest, and Harry Truman Desegregated America's Military

by , Rawn, Jr. James

The century-long struggle to achieve equality for America's black soldiers and sailors, in a stirring narrative history by the author of Root and Branch


The Hitchhike

by Mark Paul Smith

In 1972, Mark Paul Smith an officer in the U.S. Air Force hitchhiked around the world and came back a conscientious objector. In his journey he discovered some basic truths about all mankind and their desire...


Exploring Desert Stone: John N. Macomb's 1859 Expedition to the Canyonlands of the Colorado

by Steven K. Madsen

Exploring Desert Stone is the first detailed investigation of the 1859 Macomb Expedition into western Colorado and the canyon country of Utah.

The confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers, now in Canyonlands...


River Flowing from the Sunrise: An Environmental History of the Lower San Juan

by James M. Aton & Robert S. McPherson

The authors recount twelve millennia of history along the lower San Juan River, much of it the story of mostly unsuccessful human attempts to make a living from the river's arid and fickle environment. From...


Woman of the River: Georgie White Clark, Whitewater Pioneer

by Richard Westwood

Georgie White Clark-adventurer, raconteur, eccentric--first came to know the canyons of the Colorado River by swimming portions of them with a single companion. She subsequently hiked and rafted portions of...


The River Knows Everything: Desolation Canyon and the Green

by James M. Aton

Desolation Canyon is one of the West's wild treasures. Visitors come to study, explore, run the river, and hike a canyon that is deeper at its deepest than the Grand Canyon, better preserved than most of the...


Roll Away Saloon

by Deirdre Paulsen

With his animated tales of Zane Grey, Butch Cassidy, and the Robbers Roost gang, Rider creates an engaging and believable picture of the joys and hardships of cowboy life.


Among You

by Jake Wood

Among You is the gripping real-life story of a soldier serving on the front line in Iraq and Afghanistan, and an unforgettable, unflinching account of the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Jake Wood...


Emma Lee

by Juanita Brooks

Now in its eighth printing, Emma Lee is the classic biography of one of John D. Lee's plural wives. Emma experienced the best and worst of polygamy and came as near to the Mountain Meadows Massacre as anyone...


Hero of the Angry Sky: The World War I Diary and Letters of David S. Ingalls, America's First Naval Ace

Bloods: Black Veterans of the Vietnam War: An Oral History

by Wallace Terry

"Simply the most powerful and moving book that has emerged on this topic." UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL

The national bestseller that tells the truth of about Vietnam from the black soldiers' perspective. An oral...


Sweet Air: Modernism, Regionalism, and American Popular Song

by Edward Comentale

Finding meaning in the clash of modern life and local, rural musical culture