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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SEALs

Naval Special Warfare in Action
By Sf Tomajczyk

SEALs: Naval Special Warfare in Action is a nonfiction military work written by S.F. Tomajczyk. While the author is not himself a SEAL, his father was a Naval officer, and Tomajczyk had the opportunity, as he grew up, to watch Navy SEALs in action. This...

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Dirge for the Dead of Verdun

By Edd Wheeler

Henry Montherlant (1895-1972) published his war memoir, Dirge for the Dead of Verdun, in 1924. In this book, the author bluntly portrays the post traumatic stress syndrome that in our day is frequently mentioned, yet not fully understood by those who have never been in...

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Shot Down

The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth
By Steve Snyder

Shot Down: The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth is a military history book written by Steve Snyder, Howard's son. The author played at being soldiers as a boy, but did not really understand the role his...

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The Biography of Linda

By Clyde Hoch

A Biography of Linda by Clyde Hoch is an intense biography of a young Chinese girl, La Fong, her family and their struggles during the changing times of the mid-1900s. Came the Chinese revolution and La Fong and her family had to escape from 'Red...

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TWSC

A Shrouded Autobiography
By Tenacity

TWSC: A Shrouded Autobiography by Tenacity is an exciting story about the first of the baby boom generation and the dilemmas they faced growing up in the shadow of the “greatest generation.” Having to contend with the Cold War, Communism, the assassinations of America’s greatest...

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Hello, Wigwam

By L. John Lawrence

Hello, Wigwam by L. John Lawrence is a wonderfully told story about Bert Costas, a biracial American teen who gets sent to Vietnam on a writing assignment, amidst war, and experiences much more than he bargained for. Written through the innocent eyes of Bert,...

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H-0945

A Common Soldier's Story of WWII
By Karl F. Hollenbach

H-0945: A Common Soldier's Story of WWII is a memoir written by Karl F. Hollenbach. Hollenbach registered for the draft in 1943. He was accepted in the Army Special Training Program, which would allow him to attend college after completing his basic training. When he...

Secret Science and the Secret Space Program

By Herbert G. Dorsey III

Secret Science and the Secret Space Program by Herbert G. Dorsey III is a proactive book that reads like Orwellian fiction, but upon closer examination, it is clear that much scientific research is at the heart. Dorsey, a specialist in electrical engineering and physics, details...

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