The Little Hospital That Could

A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History
By Terrence O'Neil

The Little Hospital That Could: A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History by Terrence O'Neil is a military memoir that details Terrence’s experiences while managing the operations of the 24th Medical Group that served during the Panama Canal handover....

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The Devil's Own Day

Shiloh and the American Civil War
By John D Beatty

The American Civil War was one of the worst conflicts in American history as the scale of the battle – and the losses in terms of people killed, wounded, and missing in action – quickly surpassed the expectations of both the North and the South...

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Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War

By Patrick Hogan

For the rest of the world, the Vietnam War is over. For the soldiers who fought in it, no matter what their role, it will never be over. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is described by author and Vietnam veteran Patrick Hogan...

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Helene

True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II
By Helga Long, Helene Witzmann

Helene: True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II by Helga Long and Helene Witzmann is a non-fiction memoir detailing the life of a young girl in Germany during the early decades of the twentieth century through World War II....

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God's Hand in History

During World War II
By Victor Penrosa

God's Hand in History: During World War II by Victor Penrosa is a book that looks at an important piece of history, notably the history of WWII through the eyes of faith. As devastating and destructive as this war was, the author thinks God didn't...

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Long Daze at Long Binh

The humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam
By Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt

Long Daze at Long Binh, subtitled the humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam by Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt, is a unique take on the infamous Vietnam war....

War Nightmares

By Michael Montero

War Nightmares by Michael Montero is a memoir set in Madrid, Spain, in the midst of the bloody Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. A seven-year-old boy is thrust into the struggle between the right-wing Nationals and the ruling left-wing Republican government that...

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Flight of the Forgotten

A True Story of Heroism and Betrayal
By Mark A. Vance

Flight of the Forgotten by Mark A. Vance is one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read. It is promoted as a true story of heroism and betrayal and Mark A. Vance makes a compelling case that this is what happened. I want to...

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Walking to my Promised Land

By Worth C. Hampton

When I was a kid, World War II movies, books, and TV shows were everywhere. I learned about the war through entertainment media before I was old enough to study it in school. A few years ago, Tom Brokaw wrote a bestseller called The Greatest...

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From The Heartland

Semper Fi
By J W Sloter

On page 3 of From the Heartland: Semper Fi by J.W. Sloter, right under the dedication to all the men and women who have served in all branches of the armed services, there is this quote: “When is a ‘memoir’ not a ‘novel’? When lightly...

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