My Journey as a Combat Medic

From Desert Storm to Operation Enduring Freedom
By Patrick Thibeault

Patrick Thibeault’s book “My Journey as a COMBAT MEDIC” is an honest tale of a person who deeply loves his country and was proud to serve in the military and believed in the value of the wars he took part in. Yet, he questioned the...

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A Carnival of Destruction

Sherman's Invasion of South Carolina
By Tom Elmore

"A Carnival of Destruction" is a history of General Sherman's march through South Carolina in the winter of 1865. It was thought that the southern winters would be mild but the troops found cold and rain almost constantly. The Northern troops had to wade swamps...

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Enter and Die!

By James W. Milliken

James Milliken joined the Army in 1968 after graduating from college and working briefly. He was sent to Vietnam and became a member of the Third Platoon, Delta Company, going immediately into battle against the North Vietnam Army (NVA) and the Vietcong. Milliken writes of...

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In Our Duffel Bags

Surviving the Vietnam Era
By Richard C. Geschke & Robert A. Toto

"In Our Duffle Bags, Surviving the Vietnam Era" is a true story of hope and an account of survival set in two countries worlds apart, East/West Germany and North/South Vietnam. Such is the factual account of the two authors, Geschke and Toto. In Our Duffle...

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SUBIC

A Sailor's Memoir
By Barbara Brown

"SUBIC: A Sailor’s Memoir", based on the story of Bobby Earl Perkins, is a very heart-wrenching and true memoir written by Dr. Barbara Perkins-Brown, Ed.D. This story is about the soulful journey of a great and courageous African American man that served as a sailor...

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More Than Anything in the World

Volume 1 1942 1943
By K.S. Mueller

More Than Anything in the World is a very special true story in time, delicately written by Kathleen S. Mueller. This novel is a biography of Kathleen’s parents, Frank J. Mueller and Marion Altenburg Mueller, and their experiences during World War II. This remarkable story...

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Steel Teeth of Hell

A Combat Chronicle of a WWII Tank Crew
By Tony Gilbert

From the Normandy beaches, Sergeant Tony Gilbert leads his company of tanks into France. His sole objective is to kill German tanks and to survive each encounter. The American Sherman Tanks are smaller, lightly armed and armored; no match for the heavy Tigers, and the...

Command Influence

A story of Korea and the politics of injustice
By Robert A Shaines

Command Influence is the memoirs of Robert A. Shaines, mostly covering the years he was a JAG officer in the Air Force. He shares his experiences in the Air Force and Korea; however, his main focus is on the trial of George C. Schreiber. Shaines...

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Witness at Hawks Nest

By Dwight Harshbarger and John Patrick Grace

Witness at Hawks Nest is a Novel written about the actual happenings of the Hawks Nest Tunnel. In the 1930’s during the great depression there was little work to no work. Many men ,mostly colored were lured to West Virginia to work on the Hawks...

Garden of Eden

By Larry Henry

We Baby Boomers remember the Vietnam Era. While I lived in a small rural town that was isolated from the protests, I still felt the dissatisfaction and unrest that was rampant in our country. This book allows readers to peek inside the window of the...