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By author: Donald Nijboer
Paperback,  208 pages
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Price: $24.95
The final year of World War II witnessed the decline of the piston-engine fighter and the beginning of the jet age. Taking to the skies were tried-and-true fighters, improved versions of old aircraft, and newly developed jets, including prototypes that flew for the first time just before the war ended.
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By author: Ira M. Rutkow
Paperback,  320 pages
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This landmark history charts the practice and progress of American medicine during the Civil War and retells the story of the war through the care given the wounded.
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By author: Audie G. Lewis
Paperback,  176 pages (Also available as eBook)
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The ideal how-to reference for soldiers who want to attain rank in the service, this guide has been revised and updated with the latest requirements for all promotions including NCO, warrant, and commissioned officers.
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By author: J├╝rgen Rohwer
Paperback,  272 pages
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Price: $19.95
The Battle of the Atlantic, the longest continuous campaign of World War II, climaxed in 1943, when Germany came closest to interrupting Allied supply lines and perhaps winning the war. In March of that year, German U-boats scored their last great triumph, destroying nearly 150,000 tons of supplies and fuel.
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By author: John J. Hennessy
Paperback,  224 pages
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On July 21, 1861, near a Virginia railroad junction twenty-five miles from Washington, DC, the Union and Confederate armies clashed in the first major battle of the Civil War. This revised edition of Hennessy's classic is the premier tactical account of First Manassas/Bull Run.
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By author: Sigmund Heinz Landau
Paperback,  224 pages (Also available as eBook)
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Rare memoir of a foreigner serving with the Germans on the Eastern Front.
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By author: Leo Barron
Hardback,  416 pages
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By early 1951, American forces and their UN allies had been driven more than 100 miles down the Korean peninsula by the Chinese. The situation was bleak when Gen. Matthew Ridgway ordered a last stand at the village of Chipyong-ni. There a single regiment (the 23rd Infantry) of fewer than 5,000 U.S. soldiers defeated a Chinese division of 25,000 men in what has been called the Gettysburg of the Korean War.
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By author: Joseph Balkoski
Hardback,  400 pages
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Price: $29.95
Joseph Balkoski concludes his landmark series on the U.S. 29th Infantry Division in World War II with the story of the 29ers during the war's final five months. Opening with the division's participation in Operation Grenade, Balkoski follows the 29ers through the crossing of the Roer River, the blitzkrieg-style drive across the Rhineland to the Rhine River, their military-government duties while helping to reduce the Ruhr pocket, and the survivors' return home.
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By authors: Geoffrey J. Thomas, Barry Ketley
Paperback,  336 pages
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Price: $19.95
Shrouded in secrecy during World War II and obscured by myth ever since, Kampfgeschwader 200 (200th Bomb Wing) remains one of the Luftwaffe's most fascinating formations. Considered a special-operations unit, KG 200 delivered spies while flying captured Allied aircraft, conducted clandestine reconnaissance missions, and tested Germany's newest weapons--such as a piloted version of the V-1 rocket (essentially a German kamikaze).
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By author: Georgy Zhukov   Edited by: Geoffrey Roberts
Paperback,  496 pages
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Price: $24.95
Virtually the entire Soviet effort on the Eastern Front of World War II bears the stamp of Georgy Zhukov, chief of staff of the Red Army and deputy supreme commander under Stalin. The first volume of his memoirs covers Zhukov's peasant childhood, his prewar military career, and the first phase of World War II.
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