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Tells the heroic story of the US Asiatic Fleet's sacrifice defending the Dutch East Indies from the Japanese in the first three months of the Pacific War. Donald M. Kehn Jr.'s comprehensive narrative history of the operations involving multiple ships and thousands of men dramatically depicts the chaotic nature of...
By Kevin McLean
Baryalai Popal sees his Western-educated professors at Kabul University replaced by communists. He witnesses his classmates "disappearing". The communist takeover uproots Popal from his family and home. Thus begins Crossing the River Kabul, the true story of Popal's escape from Afghanistan and his eventual return.
Offers a vivid personal account of the Iraqi people's fight for democracy and justice by an American political scientist. With inside accounts of two USAID projects and of a Kurdish government ministry, this engrossing and cautionary story highlights efforts to turn Baathist Iraq into a democratic country.
Nanoweapons just might render humanity extinct in the near future - a notion that is frightening and shocking but potentially true. In his insightful and prescient account of this risky and radical technology, Louis A. Del Monte predicts that nanoweapons will dominate the battlefield of the future and will help...
The new, definitive life of General Douglas MacArthur from Pulitzer Prize finalist Arthur Herman.
By John W Golan
Lavi: The United States, Israel, and a Controversial Fighter Jet traces the evolution of Israel's Lavi fighter program, the largest weapons development initiative ever undertaken by the State of Israel, and the wider societal and international political contexts in which it played so great a part.
an exploration of key turning points leading up to, during, and following the Revolutionary War that altered the trajectory of history
A guide for writing an authentic military story, drawing from the author's personal experience as a military writer, the experiences of other veteran writers, and from the experiences of noteworthy writing and teaching professionals.
By Drew Pearson
For most of three decades, Drew Pearson was the most familiar journalist in the United States. In his daily newspaper column-the most widely syndicated in the nation-and on radio and television broadcasts, he chronicled the political and public policy news of the nation.