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Almost a century has passed since the signing of the armistice on 11 November 1918. Of all the soldiers who went through that hell on earth, photographs, letters, stories and old uniforms kept in attics are all that is left. Thanks to a collection of more than ten thousand documents,...
By Tom Cooper
The Iran-Iraq War was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the 20th century and accidentally created the current nightmare of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism. There have been many books on the conflict, but this is the first detailed military history using materials from both sides, as well as materials obtained from...
So little is known about the weapons, uniforms and living conditions of World War II Japanese soldiers Heitai, these almost undisputed conquerors who operated throughout East Asia during the conflict. Through this magnificently illustrated book, the reader can finally have a glimpse into the personal possessions of the soldiers of...
Uncovers the amazing history that a pivotal spring day ushered in for the fate of Massachusetts and thirteen of Great Britain's North American.
By Mark Maloy
Historian Mark Maloy not only recounts the epic events of the Trenton-Princeton Campaign, he takes you along to the places where they occurred.
Death and Disease in the Civil War: A Union Surgeon\'s Correspondence from Harpers Ferry to Richmond
"Union surgeon James Dana Benton witnessed firsthand the suffering and death brought about by the ghastly wounds, infections, and diseases that wreaked havoc to both the Union and Confederate armies. A native of New York, Dr. Benton penned a series of letters throughout the war to his family relating his...
Union Soldiers in the American Civil War offers a complete guide for Civil War enthusiasts of all ages to better understand these men.
A gripping account of Japan's great raid on the Indian Ocean in 1942, when seemingly unstoppable, they advanced on Ceylon now Sri Lanka, an action that could have threatened wholesale defeat for the British, and which Churchill described as 'the most dangerous moment of the war'.