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Tells the story of the American Christian missionaries in Korea from 1884 to 1942, who brought a new religion, modern education, and American political ideals to a nation conquered and ruled by the Japanese Empire. Project Eagle connects this era for the first time to OSS-Korean cooperation during the war...
By Liz Coward
The role of the Field Ambulance was to treat and recover the wounded, often under fire, before removing them from danger. Seeing action in North Africa and throughout the entire Italian campaign William recalls his experiences in detail with the emotion of someone who lost many friends in bloody conflict.
By Penny Legg
The outbreak of war saw criminals exploiting the emergency conditions and those with a previously unblemished reputation tempted into crime. Penny Legg shows how and why crime was committed during the Second World War and what became of those Spivs, Scoundrels, Rogues and Worse who strayed into the underworld.
Oppressive conditions, a thankless task, a theater of war long forgotten and barely even known at the time - nonetheless, as Rails of War demonstrates, without James Harry Hantzis and his fellow soldiers of the 721st Railway Operating Battalion, the Allied forces would have been defeated in the China-Burma-India conflict...
By Tom Basile
"Tough Sell: Fighting the Media War in Iraq" takes readers on the behind-the-scenes rollercoaster ride of Tom Basile's time as a civilian adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq during the War or Terror.
By Leo Marriott
The Normandy Battlefields: D-Day & the Bridgehead ended as the Allies fought to expand their D-Day foothold. In Bocage and Breakout, Leo Marriott and Simon Forty take the story forward as the success of the invasion continued into the Cotentin, with Cherbourg falling on 29 June, before it bogged down...