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A Writer at War: A Soviet Journalist with the Red Army, 1941-1945

by Vasily Grossman

When the Germans invaded Russia in 1941, Vasily Grossman became a special correspondent for the Red Star, the Soviet Army's newspaper, and reported from the frontlines of the war. A Writer at War depicts in...


First SEALs: The Untold Story of the Forging of America's Most Elite Unit

by Patrick K. O'Donnell

From bestselling author Patrick K. O'Donnell, the untold story of World War II's first unit of special operations combat swimmers—precursors of today's US Navy SEALs


A Blood-Dimmed Tide: The Battle of the Bulge by the Men Who Fought It

by Gerald Astor

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


What They Didn't Teach You About World War II

by Mike Wright

Filled with little known facts about the war, stories of soldiers and their daily lives, anecdotes and stories.


The Fleet the Gods Forgot: The U.S. Asiatic Fleet in World War II

by Walter G. Winslow

The heroic story of the U.S. Asiatic Fleet at the outbreak of World War II and their disastrous encounter with vastly superior Japanese forces.


When Books Went to War: The Stories that Helped Us Win World War II

by Molly Guptill Manning

While the Nazis were burning hundreds of millions of books across Europe, America printed and shipped 140 million books to its troops. The story of how the books were received, how they connected soldiers...


Hitler's Warrior: The Life and Wars of SS Colonel Jochen Peiper

by Danny S. Parker

From a leading expert, a definitive biography of the fearsome and controversial German SS tank commander of “Hitler’s Own” Panzer Division


Legacy of Despair

by John Stubblefield

Begat by Brokenness......their Imprint on Society was an Ugly Scar. Inspired by actual events, Legacy of Despair chronicles the troubles and triumphs tied to the icy fingers of the Great Depression. No one is...


Strange Defeat

by Marc Bloch

A renowned historian and Resistance fighter - later executed by the Nazis - analyzes at first hand why France fell in 1940. Marc Bloch wrote Strange Defeat during the three months following the fall of France,...


Survivors of Stalingrad: Eyewitness Accounts from the 6th Army, 1942-43

by Reinhold Busch

In November 1942 - in a devastating counter-attack from outside the city - Soviet forces smashed the German siege and encircled Stalingrad, trapping some 290,000 soldiers of the 6th Army inside. For almost three...


The War in Italy 1943-1944

by John Grehan & Martin Mace

Despatches in this volume include that on the Conquest of Sicily from 10 July 1942 to 17 August 1943 by Field-Marshall Viscount Alexander of Tunis; the despatch on the invasion of Sicily in July 1943, by Admiral...


First to Jump

by Jerome Preisler

The U.S. Army Pathfinders. The vanguard of the Allied forces in World War II Europe. Countless times they preceded invasions and battles vital to bringing the enemy to its knees.

Because before the front lines...


The Word at War

by Philip Gooden & Peter Lewis

War words have embedded themselves in our collective psyche; British politicians are fond of invoking the ‘Dunkirk spirit’ whenever the country is faced with major crisis or even minor adversity, and Roosevelt’s...


Kidnap in Crete

by Rick Stroud

On a moonlit night in April 1944 a small band of fearless partisans, led by the British SOE agent Patrick Leigh Fermor, kidnapped a high-ranking Nazi general on the German-occupied island of Crete.

In 1941 the...


World War II For Dummies

by Keith D. Dickson

World War II was the most destructive event of the twentieth century. It was total war covering the entire globe, and the nations that fought it employed every available resource, harnessing both technology...


The Supermarine Spitfire F.21

by Phil H. Listemann

The Spitfire F.21 was the last Spitfire variant to be introduced into service before the end of WW2. It belongs to what we usually call the third generation of Spitfires, and the F.21 was the first of it, preceding...


The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XII

by Phil H. Listemann

The full history of the first Griffon engined Spitfire variant is told, squadron per squadron, with the list of all claims, losses. The success of this variant paved the way for the subsequent Griffon engined...


The Devil's Birthday: The Bridges to Arnhem 1944

by Geoffrey Powell

Arnhem was the heaviest Allied defeat of 1944 and was the subject of the famous film A Bridge Too Far. Casualties during the battle were appalling; the brave and enduring Dutch people suffered catastrophically...


Churchill's Desert Rats in North-West Europe: The Final Push

by Patrick Delaforce

When Montgomery took command prior to D-Day he gathered around him commanders and formations he knew and trusted. Not surprisingly 7th Armoured Division was one of these and they were deployed from Italy to...


Kesselring: The Making of the Luftwaffe

by Kenneth Macksey

Illustrated with maps and a center section of black and white photographs. Kesselring-commander, leader, administrator; the only senior German officer to start and finish the Second World War holding a high...