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  • The Taxpayer Navy

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    Tax dollars wasted on over-priced ships. Good ships decommissioned for no reason. Brand-new shore infrastructure shuttered or ill-maintained. U.S. naval history from 1950 to the present is rife with mismanagement, the consequences of which fall ...


  • Unfortunate Sons

    The Beginning of Marine Corps Tanks In The Vietnam War and how I survived Vietnam as a marine tanker by

    Unfortunate Sons is a compelling story It will draw you into Joe Tyson's world as a young Marine Tanker, full of fun and enthusiasm. You will share the daily routines of patrols and combat situations as if you were right there with him. You will ...


  • The Welsh Owens

    Squires of Campobello by

    In an age when the political institutions of Europe and America were already democratizing, the owners of a huge parcel of land in North America went the other way, to feudalism. This book is an original study of the patricians who directed the ...


  • Kirkland Lake Remembers

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    “Kirkland Lake Remembers” is a long overdue book, documenting the lives of 202 hometown war heroes. The core 157 soldiers, sailors and airmen are listed on the Kirkland Lake cenotaph where no man is left behind. Meet each of these war heroes; their ...


  • This is War and I Ain’t Kiddin’

    A Collection of World War II Letters from Dad by

    Deep in the bottom of her late mother’s cedar chest, Barbara Gales Macaulay discovered a lifeline to the past: more than 300 letters written by her late father, Richard “Dick” Gales to his wife “Hay” (Hazel) when he was a soldier during World War ...


  • A Soldier's Heart

    The 3 Wars of Vietnam by

    A Soldier’s Heart is a moving and expansive memoir by Vietnam Veteran Ray Gauvin. The story takes us from the French Ghetto of Presque Isle, Maine, and the descendants of the Acadians, to military bases all over the country, and to Vietnam and back. ...


  • Struggle and Heroics in Occupied Holland

    WWII and Beyond by

    Several years into World War II, a young couple in occupied Holland decided to hide a Jewish medical student in their home to protect him from the Nazis as part of their work with the Resistance. Eventually, they helped smuggle him out of the ...


  • A Bar on Adly Street

    An Egyptian Memoir by

    It's 1971. Egypt is still reeling from the sudden death of its “benevolent” tyrant Nasser and teeters on the precipice of Sadat’s era of unrelenting Islamization. Ghabrial is an engineering graduate student and a TA, moonlighting in an office that ...


  • Fresh Voices from the Periphery

    Youthful Perspectives of Minorities 100 Years After Trianon by

    Fresh Voices from the Periphery is evidence that history matters — not only the study of the past — but also by shedding light on how events of the past have impacted lives in the present. You are holding in your hands a collection of ...


  • With The Dragon's Children

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    David Garms’s With the Dragon’s Children is the first-hand account of interactions with Vietcong who responded to the South Vietnamese government’s amnesty program. The narrative, packed with information about Vietnamese attitudes, aspirations, and ...