Non-Fiction - Military

Proud American

The Migrant, Soldier, and Agent
By Sergio Tinoco

Proud American: The Migrant, Soldier, and Agent by Sergio Tinoco is a first-person account of three distinct phases of the author’s life. Beginning his senior year in high school, Sergio realizes he wants to be the one to break the cycle of migrant work...

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Prunes for Breakfast

One Man's War Based on a True Story
By John Searancke

Prunes for Breakfast: One Man’s War Based on a True Story is a memoir by John Searancke. This memoir gives readers a heartfelt glimpse into the life of the author’s father, Eddie Searancke, during the war years of 1940-1945. Eddie had led a leisurely life...

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Path to Freedom: My Story of Perseverance

My Story of Perseverance
By Conrad Taylor

Path to Freedom: My Story of Perseverance is author Conrad Taylor’s captivating memoir of his life journey from a humble beginning in Guyana to the elite West Point institute, back to Guyana and eventually settling down in the U.S. for good. Conrad Taylor is the...

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Prisoners of War

At Camp Trinidad, Colorado 1943/1946
By Kurt Landsberger

The government chose Trinidad, Colorado as the site of a prisoner of war camp in part due to its location and because of the influence of members of Congress. The last time American had prisoners of war on their land was during the Civil War....