An Airman's Journey From 1947 Enlistment through 1972

Always A New Adventure
By Sr. Robert M. Fletcher

An Airman's Journey From 1947 Enlistment through 1972 Retirement: Always a New Adventure by Robert M Fletcher, Sr. is a memoir of the really interesting times a fun loving and sporting young man from the farming community of Georgia happened to face in his military...

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A Tribute to Tankers

From WWI to Iraq
By Sgt. Clyde Hoch

A Tribute to Tankers: From WWI to Iraq is a non fiction military history book compiled and written by Sgt. Clyde Hoch. It contains a pictorial history of the tanks used by the USA in the wars of this century from WWI on through the...

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American Boys

The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War
By Louise Esola

American Boys: The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War, written by Louise Esola, is a non-fiction book about the fate of the USS Frank E. Evans and its crew. It is a profound look at the personal stories of the men...

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A Tale of Two Soldiers

The Unexpected Friendship between a WWII American Jewish Sniper and a German Military Pilot
By Max Gendelman

A Tale of Two Soldiers by Max Gendelman is a thought-provoking memoir about a Jewish-American sniper and a German soldier during World War II. Gendelman finds himself lost during the Battle of the Bulge and he elects to run to the forest in hopes...

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A Man Down

By Sgt Clyde Hoch

A Man Down was written by Sgt. Clyde Hoch and is the biography of several military heroes. The names may not be familiar to most readers but each of the men lost his life while serving in the military. Ray Ira Haas and the author...

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All My Love, George

Letters from a WWII Hero
By Darla Noble

All My Love George: Letters from a WWII Hero by Darla Noble introduces us to George Burks, Technician Third grade, a medic who served and gave his life in the South Pacific during World War II. This book compiles the letters that George wrote home...

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American Heart of Darkness: Volume I

The Transformation of the American Republic into a Pathocracy
By Robert Kirkconnell

Growing up in America means there are a few things we all undoubtedly know, the first of which is that America is the greatest country on earth. Then, we are the richest with the greatest military might the world has ever seen. The things we...

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Alexander McKee - The Great White Elk

British Indian Agent on the Colonial Frontier
By Frederick Wulff

Alexander McKee, a mixed-blood British Indian agent, was one of the few individuals in history able to unite Indians and exert unbelievable leadership on their behalf. When the War for Independence broke out between the Colonies and the British, McKee chose to remain loyal to...

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Adamant Aggressors

How to Recognize and Deal with Them
By Bruce D. Thatcher

Adamant Aggressors: How to Recognize and Deal with Them by Bruce D. Thatcher is the first book in the History Speaks Today series. It focuses on analyzing the adamant aggression of infamous historical figures and concludes invaluable lessons and discussion for influential policymakers in America...

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A Carnival of Destruction

Sherman's Invasion of South Carolina
By Tom Elmore

"A Carnival of Destruction" is a history of General Sherman's march through South Carolina in the winter of 1865. It was thought that the southern winters would be mild but the troops found cold and rain almost constantly. The Northern troops had to wade swamps...

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