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Hitler: Stalin's Stooge

by James Edwards

Hitler was the stooge Stalin used to start World War II. Stalin was the "eminence gris" behind the rise of Hitler and the Nazis to power. Stalin envisioned World War II as a replay of World War I, in which the...


The Floor of Heaven: A True Tale of the Last Frontier and the Yukon Gold Rush

by Howard Blum

It is the last decade of the 19th century. The Wild West has been tamed and its fierce, independent and often violent larger-than-life figures – gun-toting wanderers, trappers, prospectors, Indian fighters,...


Common Sense Training: A Working Philosophy for Leaders

by Arthur Collins

"The best book on military training from platoon to division level that has been published in any army."--Army Magazine

From the Trade Paperback edition.


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume IV - The Beginnings of British Canada

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume III - The English Invasion

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume II - The Rise of New France

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume I - The First Europeans

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


Washington's Wolfpack: The Navy Before There Was A Navy

by Stanton Maclay Edgar

Historians tell us that the United States Navy was founded on October 13, 1775. But was it? In the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, the government employed a total 70 warships, carrying 1,800 guns and...


Blue, Gray and Red: Two Nurse's Views of the Civil War

by Louisa May Alcott & Kate Cumming

Two Nurses - Two Experiences - One Civil War Blue, Gray and Red presents the hard reality of the Civil War. There are no stirring bugle calls, only the calls of the wounded. There are no battlefield heroics,...


Kandahar Tour: The Turning Point in Canada's Afghan Mission

by Lee Windsor & David Charters

"Our Mission was the people of Kandahar and keeping the Taliban from interfering with rebuilding. When we did use force, we had to be discriminate Killing innocent civilians would be mission failure. I had the...


The Good War: Why We Couldn't Win the War or the Peace in Afghanistan

by Jack Fairweather

In the earliest years of the war in Afghanistan, after the Taliban fell to an American-led coalition, the fight there appeared to be a triumph—a “good war” in comparison to the debacle in Iraq. Now, thirteen...


Napoleon: A Life

by Andrew Roberts

The definitive biography of the great soldier-statesman by the New York Times bestselling author of The Storm of War-winner of the Grand Prix of the Fondation Napoleon 2014

Austerlitz, Borodino, Waterloo: his...


Stalin: Volume I: Paradoxes of Power, 1878-1928

by Stephen Kotkin

A magnificent new biography that revolutionizes our understanding of Stalin and his world

It has the quality of myth: a poor cobbler's son, a seminarian from an oppressed outer province of the Russian empire,...


Phantom in the River

by Foster Gary Wayne

On May 14, 1967, a US Navy F-4B Phantom II jet, flown by Ev Southwick and Jack Rollins, launched from the USS Kitty Hawk. Their F-4 was rendered disabled while flying a mission against the formidable air defenses...


The South Korean Film Renaissance: Local Hitmakers, Global Provocateurs

by Jinhee Choi

How a homegrown cinema took on Hollywood and dazzled Cannes


Dacia: Land of Transylvania, Cornerstone of Ancient Eastern Europe

by Ion Grumeza

This book tells the little known story of Dacia, the powerful and rich land that became Transylvania and Romania. This book revives the Dacian history and contributes to our understanding of the region as it...


M1 Abrams vs T-72 Ural: Operation Desert Storm 1991

by Steven Zaloga & Jim Laurier

The Gulf War bore witness to a number of deadly encounters between these two great adversaries. Heavily armored, highly mobile and capable of killing at over 2500m the M1 Abrams is, to this day, a veritable...


Vipers in the Storm: Diary of a Gulf War Fighter Pilot

by Keith Rosenkranz

During Operation Desert Storm, Captain Keith Rosenkranz piloted his F-16 "Viper" in 30 combat missions. Here he recounts these experiences in searing, "you-are-there" detail, giving readers one of the most riveting...


Rebellion: The History of England from James I to the Glorious Revolution

by Peter Ackroyd

Peter Ackroyd has been praised as one of the greatest living chroniclers of Britain and its people. In Rebellion, he continues his dazzling account of the history of England, beginning the progress south of...


A Revolution Down on the Farm

by Paul Conkin

Agriculture is the most fundamental of all human activities. Today, those who till the soil or tend livestock feed a world population of approximately 6.5 billion. Fifty years ago, the planet could not have...