Non-Fiction - Military

From Green Hills to Blue Seas

Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret.)
By James A. Sagerholm

From Green Hills to Blue Seas: Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret) is the autobiography of a man who enlisted in the Navy in 1946 and retired thirty-nine years later as a vice admiral. Born in Pennsylvania in 1927, Vice Admiral Sagerholm...

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Football Flyboy

1st Lt. Bill Cannon Piloting More Than His Own Aircraft
By Lisa Reinicke

Football Flyboy: 1st Lt. Bill Cannon Piloting More Than His Own Aircraft is an engaging account of a man and his family as told by his daughter, Lisa Reinicke. Not unlike many young Americans during World War II, Bill left behind his football hero days...

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Flying With The Enemy

Memoir of a Young Cadet
By Oleg V. Oksevski and George O. Okshewsky

Flying With The Enemy: Memoir of a Young Cadet by Oleg V. Okševski and George O. Okshewsky is an epic of a memoir, the most significant part beginning with Hitler’s attack on Yugoslavia and how the difference between Serbs and Croats played out. In 1942,...

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Freedom Road

An American Family Saga from Jamestown to World War
By Ric Murphy

“Each time the Free People of Color evolved and improved their conditions, new laws were constructed to hold them back and restrict their success.” Ric Murphy’s history of Joan Cornwall and Bob Murphy in Freedom Road is a fascinating journey through America and our treatment...

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From Jerusalem to Jerusalem

By Louise Prister

From Jerusalem to Jerusalem follows a Jewish family through WWI and WWII. They learned to survive hunger, torture, loneliness, and fear. Prejudice against their Jewish heritage brought cruelty. The central character is Riva. She worked hard to keep her family alive. They endured starvation, the...