One Year There

One Soldier's Year in South Korea During 1968
By Robert Denis Holewinski

I’m not an expert on poetry though I can appreciate it as much as the next guy. I picked One Year There: One Soldier's Year in South Korea During 1968 to read because I spent time in South Korea and I wanted to see how...

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Red November

Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War
By W. Craig Reed

Wow! How's that for a review? Well, it's definitely what I thought when I finished reading Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War by author W. Craig Reed. A simply fantastic re-telling of an extremely tense time in the relationship between the United States...

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Theory of Irony

How Jesus Led to Moon Golf
By Erik Von Norden

Theory of Irony: How Jesus Led to Moon Golf by Erik Von Norden is a book covering the history of Christianity in conjunction with the history of the Roman Empire, carrying readers through some key moments, such as historical and biblical facts around Christ’s birth...

Testimony of The Protected

How One Lost Warrior Was Found
By Doug Milliken

Testimony of The Protected: How One Lost Warrior Was Found is a non-fiction military memoir written by Doug Milliken. Milliken’s college deferment did not protect him from the Maine draft board’s notice. After the disastrous Tet Offensive, the draft boards were scrambling to provide the...

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Britain at War 1939 to 1945

What Was Life Like During the War?
By James Lingard

Britain at War 1939 to 1945: What Was Life Like During the War? by James Lingard is a chronicle of the second World War through the eyes of a British (universal) citizen of the period 1939 to 45. It begins with the discernible preparations for...

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3 Keys to Managing PTSD

The Warrior's Guide to Overcoming Combat Trauma
By Brett Cotter

Brett Cotter's 3 Keys To Managing PTSD: The Warrior’s Guide to Overcoming Combat Trauma begins with a spirited answer to the question, what is PTSD, and identifies it as the brain’s way of venting trauma. Exploring the manner in which it manifests, the core complexities...

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Flying With The Enemy

Memoir of a Young Cadet
By Oleg V. Oksevski and George O. Okshewsky

Flying With The Enemy: Memoir of a Young Cadet by Oleg V. Okševski and George O. Okshewsky is an epic of a memoir, the most significant part beginning with Hitler’s attack on Yugoslavia and how the difference between Serbs and Croats played out. In 1942,...

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An Airman's Journey From 1947 Enlistment through 1972

Always A New Adventure
By Sr. Robert M. Fletcher

An Airman's Journey From 1947 Enlistment through 1972 Retirement: Always a New Adventure by Robert M Fletcher, Sr. is a memoir of the really interesting times a fun loving and sporting young man from the farming community of Georgia happened to face in his military...

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Freedom Road

An American Family Saga from Jamestown to World War
By Ric Murphy

“Each time the Free People of Color evolved and improved their conditions, new laws were constructed to hold them back and restrict their success.” Ric Murphy’s history of Joan Cornwall and Bob Murphy in Freedom Road is a fascinating journey through America and our treatment...

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U.S. Naval Tsunami

How the United States Navy and Marines Won a War over One-third of the Earth's surface with less than 50,000 Fatalities
By Donald J. Meyers

U.S. Naval Tsunami: How the United States Navy and Marines Won a War over One-third of the Earth's surface with Less than 50,000 Fatalities by Donald J. Meyers is set against the backdrop of World War II in the Pacific when Japanese naval bombers went...

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