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by Dennis Showalter & William J. Astore

Analyzes the storied career of one of Germany's most famous military leaders

A Rainbow of Blood: The Union in Peril-An Alternate History

by Peter G. Tsouras

The thrilling saga of Britannia's Fist continues

Introducing...The Sky Blazers: The Adventures of a Special Band of Troops That Entertained the Allied Forces During World War II

China and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping

by Michael E. Marti

China and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping documents a turning point in the Chinese communist revolution that elevates Deng to a role equal to that of Mao. Dr. Marti explores post-Tiananmen domestic political wrangling...

Fire at Sea: The Tragedy of the Soviet Submarine Komsomolets

by D. A. Romanov

The divisive incident that anticipated the Kursk disaster in August 2000

War in European History, 1660û1792

by Jeremy Black

A new volume in Potomac's Essential Bibliography series

Britannia's Fist: From Civil War to World War-An Alternate History

by Peter G. Tsouras

England's support of the Confederacy triggers war with the Union-and World War I

How the Cold War Ended

by John Prados

Examines the debates surrounding the end of the Cold War

Strike and Hold

by T. Moffatt Burriss

A fast-moving memoir of T. Moffatt Burriss's extraordinary role as a platoon leader and company commander with the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment in Europe and North Africa during World War II

Heavy Metal

by Capt. Jason, USA Conroy & Ron Martz

A no-holds-barred account from the tip of the Army's spear

While America Sleeps: A Wake-up Call for the Post-9/11 Era

by Russ Feingold

Former senator Russ Feingold looks at institutional failures, both domestic and abroad, since the 9/11 terrorist attacks and proposes steps to be taken—by the government and by individuals—to ensure that...

American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence

by Pauline Maier

Pauline Maier shows us the Declaration as both the defining statement of our national identity and the moral standard by which we live as a nation. It is truly "American Scripture," and Maier tells us how it...

The Gothic Line: Canada's Month of Hell in World War II Italy

by Mark Zuehlke

Stretching like an armor-toothed belt across Italy's upper thigh, the Gothic Line was the most fiercely defended position of Hitler's army, but a bloody 28-day offensive led by Canada's first Infantry Division...

Adventures of a Sea Hunter: In Search of Famous Shipwrecks

by James Delgado

Leading archaeologist and consummate storyteller James Delgado takes readers on a rollicking deep-sea dive into his highly unusual life's work: locating and exploring the world's most famous shipwrecks. Colorful...

Nazi Party 1919-1945: A Complete History

by Dietrich Orlow

This is the only complete historical account of the rise and fall of the political party known in Germany as the infamous NSDAP (National Socialist German Worker's Party). It covers the entire period of the...

The Orphaned Land: New Mexico's Environment Since the Manhattan Project

by V. B. Price & Nell Farrell

Viewing New Mexico as a microcosm of global ecological degradation, Price's is the first book to give the general public a realistic perspective on the problems surrounding New Mexico's environmental health...

Unknown Soldiers

by Mark A. Snell

The Great War remembered -- "This book is not a history of World War I, nor is it a history of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) on the Western Front. Rather, it is a collection of essays that examines...

Scars to Prove It

by Craig Warren

History as fiction's muse -- "When the first cannon sounded over Charleston Harbor in 1861, it announced the beginning of an American literary phenomenon. Readers North and South hungered for imaginative writing...

And the Wind Blew Cold

by Richard M. Bassett & Lewis H. Carlson

When Richard Bassett returned from Korea on convalescent leave in 1953, he set down his experiences in training, combat, and captivity. Then he put the memoir away and tried to forget. More than twenty years...

Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies

by Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek & Louise O. Vasvári

The studies presented in the collected volume Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies -- edited by Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek and Louise O. Vasvári -- are intended as an addition to scholarship in (comparative)...