The Other Side of Nam

By Ike Travis

The Other Side of Nam introduces the author Ike Travis, who grew up in the small town of Live Oak, California, consisting of about 2,000 people in the 1950s and 60s. His childhood was a simple one of outdoor adventure, camping, fishing, hunting, and playing...

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A Bloodied Tapestry

The American War In Vietnam From A Civilian War Veteran's Perspective
By JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D.

A Bloodied Tapestry: The American War in Vietnam from a Civilian War Veteran's Perspective by JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D. is a moving autobiographical account of a civilian volunteer during the Vietnam War. His story was reconstructed from personal journals written during his time in South...

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The Apprentice of Buchenwald

The True Story of the Teenage Boy Who Sabotaged Hitler's War Machine (Holocaust Survivor True Stories)
By Oren Schneider

The Apprentice of Buchenwald is a true World War II story of a Jewish family trying to navigate life under the Nazi regime. Oren Schneider lost his father at an early age and grew up listening to the stories of his grandfather's life during the...

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How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers

By Chris Langlois

How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers is written by Chris Langlois, a Doc Roe grandson, and illustrated by Anneke Helleman. This is a collection of historical events in the life of a band of paratroopers during WWII. These men went from peacetime citizens...

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Tales From the Cold War

The U.S. Army in West Germany, 1960 to 1975
By Michael D Mahler

Tales From the Cold War: The U.S. Army in West Germany, 1960 to 1975 chronicles the experiences of Michael D. Mahler. He recounts his sojourns in Germany not too long after World War II ended and the Allies occupied the western regions of Germany, but...

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In the Time of Madmen

Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII
By Mark A. Prelas

In the Time of Madmen: Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII by Mark A. Prelas is a non-fiction memoir that details the extraordinary lives of his parents. The book begins with an intensive backstory about his mother Katicà, her upbringing, and the community where she grew...

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Lucky Jack (1894 - 2000)

Memoirs of a World War 1 POW
By S. Bavey

Lucky Jack (1894 – 2000): Memoirs of a World War 1 POW by S. Bavey is a legacy memoir narrated in the first person by Jack Rogers and collated by his granddaughter, who is the author. Rogers lived until the age of 106 and his...

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The Enchanted Suitcase

A Window Onto My German Father's World War II Life
By Helga Warren

The Enchanted Suitcase: A Window onto My German Father's World War II Life by Helga Warren is a revealing account of one German soldier's life. Compiled from both handwritten letters and the two memoirs he had written, Warren has pieced together the previously untold story...

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Love and Kisses, Charlie

WWII Letters from a Jewish-American Serviceman
By Joshua Gerstein

Love and Kisses, Charlie: WWII Letters from a Jewish-American Serviceman by Joshua Gerstein is a non-fiction compilation of actual correspondence between the years of 1943-1946 by a young man named Charles “Charlie” Fletcher and his family. The conveyance of life within these written pieces of...

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American Airman

A Memoir of a Wounded Veteran
By Jonathon Benjamin

American Airman: A Memoir of a Wounded Veteran by Jonathon Benjamin is a powerful testament to that rarely addressed issue of American soldiers having a difficult time transitioning from military to civilian life. The prelude to this memoir reveals the author’s beginnings, describing his unsettling...

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