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Impossible Mourning: HIV/AIDS and Visuality After Apartheid

by Kylie Thomas

Impossible Mourning focuses on disavowed loss and the difficulties of mourning in post-apartheid South Africa. The book transgresses disciplinary bounds to forge new ways of thinking and writing about the crisis...


America's First Chaplain: The Life and Times of the Reverend Jacob Duch

by Kevin J. Dellape

America’s First Chaplain studies the family background, education, ministerial career, ideology, political activities, exile to England, and return to America of Jacob Duché, Anglican minister of Philadelphia’s...


Chief of Staff, Vol. 2: The Principal Officers Behind History's Great Commanders, World War II to Korea and Vietnam

by David T. Zabecki

The two-volume Chief of Staff examines the history, development, and role of the military duty position of the chief of staff. Many books have studied history's great commanders and the art of command. None...


Chief of Staff, Vol. 1: The Principal Officers Behind History's Great Commanders, Napoleonic Wars to World War I

by David T. Zabecki

The two-volume Chief of Staff examines the history, development, and role of the military duty position of the chief of staff. Many books have studied history's great commanders and the art of command. None...


The Last Sentry: The True Story that Inspired The Hunt for Red October

by Gregory D Young & Nate Braden

Providing inspiration for Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October, the 1975 mutiny aboard the Soviet destroyer Storozhevoy (translated Sentry) aimed at nothing less than the overthrow of Leonid Brezhnev and the...


The Spectral Tide: True Ghost Stories of the U.S. Navy

by Eric Mills

Now, for the first time, comes a long-overdue book that presents all of the U.S. Navy's rich cargo of paranormal phenomena. There is the great Stephen Decatur, whose mournful apparition still stalks the halls...


Naval Innovation for the 21st Century: The Office of Naval Research Since the End of the Cold War

by Robert Buderi

The Office of Naval Research, known widely as ONR, was formed in 1946 largely to support the pursuit of basic science to help ensure future U.S. naval dominance—and as such, it set the model for the subsequently...


Amirs, Admirals & Desert Sailors: Bahrain, the U.S. Navy, and the Arabian Gulf

by David F. Winkler

Host to the U.S. Navy for nearly six decades, Bahrain has been a steadfast American ally in the turbulent Middle East. Its unique relationship with the United States evolved through a series of friendships between...


Steel and Blood: South Vietnamese Armor and the War for Southeast Asia

by Ha Mai Viet

Col. Ha Mai Viet presents a historically accurate and detailed account of the Vietnam War from the perspective of the South Vietnamese armor forces. Highly decorated for his valor and leadership of the armored...


Rough Rider: The Life of Teddy Roosevelt

by David Key

Rough Rider is a snapshot study of the significant career of President Theodore Roosevelt. Partly biographical sketch and partly analysis, the book provides an overview of his actions, ideals, and written works,...


Greetings from Chicago

by Editors of Thunder Bay Press

When it's time to go back to the daily grind, it's easy to miss the fun and excitement of vacation — especially if you've just spent time in a city like Chicago. Home to remarkable landmarks like Wrigley Field,...


S & L Hell: The People and the Politics Behind the $1 Trillion Savings and Loan Scandal

by Kathleen Day

The savings and loan debacle is the costliest scandal in the country's history. How could such a catastrophe have occurred? The most remarkable thing about the collapse of the savings and loan industry is that...


The Progressive Revolution: Liberal Fascism through the Ages, Vol. I: 2007-08 Writings

by Ellis Washington

These volumes chronicle both the historical significance and political deconstruction that the Progressive Age has continuously perpetrated against society, even to this day. These collected essays, articles,...


Valleys of Death: A Memoir of the Korean War

by Bill Richardson & Kevin Maurer

"Richardson never pulls his punches in these vivid descriptions." --Publishers Weekly

Caught in the Chinese counterattack at Unsan-one of the deadliest American battles of the Cold War Era-Colonel Bill Richardson...


Black and Brown in Los Angeles: Beyond Conflict and Coalition

by Josh Kun & Laura Pulido

Black and Brown in Los Angeles is a timely and wide-ranging, interdisciplinary foray into the complicated world of multiethnic Los Angeles. The first book to focus exclusively on the range of relationships and...


The Reluctant Communist: My Desertion, Court-Martial, and Forty-Year Imprisonment in North Korea

by Charles Robert Jenkins & Jim Frederick

In January of 1965, twenty-four-year-old U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins abandoned his post in South Korea, walked across the DMZ, and surrendered to communist North Korean soldiers standing sentry...


Open Cockpit

by Arthur Gould Lee

Thanks to a broken leg during flight school, Arthur Stanley Gould Lee gained valuable additional time flying trainers before he was posted to France during World War I. In November 1917 during low level bombing...


Iron Man: Rudolf Berthold: Germany's Indomitable Fighter Ace of World War I

by Peter Kilduff

As one of the most successful German fighter pilots of World War I Hauptmann Rudolf Berthold was victorious in forty-four aerial combats. He was also shot down or forced to land after six fights and survived...


American Soldier of WWII: D-Day, A Visual Reference

by Denis Hambucken

On June 6, 1944, 75,000 American men landed on the beaches of Normandy. The opening act in the liberation of Western Europe was the most ambitious military operation in history. This book provides an intimate...


Lost Beneath the Ice: The Story of HMS Investigator

by Andrew Cohen

In 1850, HMS Investigator was sent to search for the lost Franklin ships. They failed, becoming trapped in the ice, but completed Franklin's quest for the Northwest Passage. This book recounts the voyage and...