All Present and Accounted For

The 1972 Alaska Grounding of the U.S. Coast Guard Jarvis and the Heroic Efforts that Saved the Ship
By Steven J Craig

All Present And Accounted For is the saga of the Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis and the heroic efforts of its crew in the 1972 near loss of the ship and all hands. Steven J. Craig has crafted an excellent history of the Coast Guard, centered...

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At Ease

How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life
By Matt Jurek

At Ease: How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life by Matt Jurek is an engaging memoir that takes readers on an interesting journey of the author's life from the end of his Air Force career to the point he has achieved now,...

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A Shau

Crucible of the Vietnam War
By Jay Phillips

A must-read for fans of military history, warfare, and tactics, A Shau: Crucible of the Vietnam War by Jay Phillips is a fascinating and highly detailed account of the events, engagements, and people involved in this part of the Vietnam War from the early 1960s...

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All My Love, Johnny

Memories and Loss in Troy, New York
By M Thomas Apple

All My Love, Johnny: Memories and Loss in Troy, New York by M Thomas Apple is a non-fiction genealogy and family history book detailing the intersecting lives of the author's grandparents in the pre and post-seasons of World War II. As a young child, Apple...

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Architect of Death at Auschwitz

A Biography of Rudolf Höss
By John W Primomo

While awaiting trial in Poland between 1946-47, Rudolf Höss, the man referred to as the greatest mass murderer in history, wrote his memoirs. Höss systemically executed 1.1 million men, women, and children with a chilling lack of empathy or culpability. As the prisoners entered the...

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Above the Best

The Remarkable Life of Seeley E. Ralphs
By DM Coffman

Above the Best: The Remarkable Life of Seeley E. Ralphs by DM Coffman tells the inspiring story of Seeley Ralphs, an adventurous man who graduated from the California Highway Patrol Academy, a father who embraced a way of life that set him on a path...

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A Last Chapter of the Greatest Generation

The Life and Family of Colonel Frederic A. Stone, M.D. Author, Doctor, Missionary and Friend to Humanity
By Judson I Stone

A Last Chapter of the Greatest Generation is a work of non-fiction focused on the military life and subsequent career of Frederic A. Stone and was penned by author Judson I Stone. Subtitled ‘The Life and Family of Colonel Frederic A. Stone, M.D. Author, Doctor,...

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A Gift from the Enemy

A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy
By Enrico Lamet

A Gift From the Enemy (A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy) by Enrico Lamet takes the reader into the author's boyhood during the hard and perilous times of World War II. Born to a Jewish mother and father, Lamet started his life with...

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Abandoned in Hell

The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate
By William Albracht, Marvin Wolf

I have read a lot of books about war, from ancient battles to the present. I like them maybe because I am a veteran myself. But none has moved me, none has taken me there and made me as proud to be an American fighting...

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A Musician in the Great War

Diary of a WW1 Soldier
By Adolph Kuellmer, Joanne Kuellmer Franklin

A Musician in the Great War: Diary of a WW1 Soldier is a short volume of military historical non-fiction writing by authors Adolph Kuellmer and Joanne Kuellmer Franklin. Joanne is the granddaughter of Adolph, and has therefore taken on the role of compiling his personal...

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