Advising Chiang's Army

An American Soldier's World War II Experience in China
By Stephen L Wilson

Advising Chiang's Army: An American Soldier's World War II Experience in China by Stephen L. Wilson gives us a different view of World War II and China at that time. We all know what happened to China and the innocent people living there, but we...

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Listening to Ghosts

Second Edition
By Bob Stockton

As Listening to Ghosts by Bob Stockton quickly reminds the reader, a good memoir is as much about the quality of voice as it is about the story. Listening to Mr. Stockton talk about his early family years is so akin to sitting down with...

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The Reluctant Soldier

By Marnie Mellblom

When I was a boy, World War II and the Korean war seemed closer. They were something that had just happened and it wasn't that difficult to find someone who had served in them, though getting them to talk about it was sometimes a bit...

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Ridiculosity

A Deployment to Afghanistan
By Todd Campau

Ridiculosity: A Deployment to Afghanistan by Todd Campau is an irreverent look at an overseas deployment to Afghanistan written by a U.S. soldier. Ridiculosity is not a typical military or deployment memoir, in the sense that it is less about the technicality of war zone...

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Not A Soldier, But A Scoundrel

The Lives and Deaths of George W. Graham
By Heidi M Crabtree

Not A Soldier, But A Scoundrel - The Lives and Deaths of George W. Graham by Heidi M. Crabtree is a significant, well researched book, enough to be memorable amongst the plethora of novels and histories I read concurrently. The chief protagonist of this history...

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Unaccounted

By Michael McDonald-Low

Unaccounted by Michael McDonald-Low is set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and is the true story of an American infantryman gone missing and the mission to find him forty-four years later. The author gives a first-hand account of the soldiers in the Que...

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The Air Force's Black Ceiling

By Ivan Thompson

The Air Force's Black Ceiling is a nonfiction military history book written by Ivan Thompson. While the US Air Force is unparalleled across the globe, the lack of diversity within its pilots in general and fighter pilots specifically is a failing that needs to be...

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You Can't Crack Me... I'm a Rubber Duck!

An extraordinary tale of one man's triumph over incredible odds
By Charlie Northage

If you think You Can’t Crack Me … I’m a Rubber Duck! is a funny title for Charlie Northage’s heart-breaking, self-revealing memoir, you are destined to revise your sense of humor. This is a cool book – there is no other way to say it...

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Prunes for Breakfast

One Man's War Based on a True Story
By John Searancke

Prunes for Breakfast: One Man’s War Based on a True Story is a memoir by John Searancke. This memoir gives readers a heartfelt glimpse into the life of the author’s father, Eddie Searancke, during the war years of 1940-1945. Eddie had led a leisurely life...

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We Dared to Live

A Tale of Courage and Survival
By Joe Sabrin,Chris Moore

Beginning with a Foreword by the director of the Anti-Defamation League, this is an intense piece of work. Abrashe Szabrinski left four manuscripts behind when he passed, translated from the original Yiddish. One was a memoir type of manuscript while the others were shorter recollections....

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