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By author: Robert W. Baumer
Hardback,  416 pages (Also available as eBook)
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Price: $29.95
By September 1944, the Allied advance across France and Belgium had turned into attrition along the German frontier. Standing between the Allies and the Third Reich's industrial heartland was the city of Aachen, once the ancient seat of Charlemagne's empire and now firmly entrenched within Germany's Siegfried Line fortifications. The city was on the verge of capitulating until Hitler forbade surrender.
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By author: Steven Zaloga
Hardback,  368 pages
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Price: $39.95
Armor expert Zaloga enters the battle over the best tanks of World War II with this heavy-caliber blast of a book armed with more than forty years of research.
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By author: Thomas J. McGuire
Paperback,  288 pages
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Price: $21.95
This first full-length treatment of the Revolutionary War battle of Paoli recounts the British surprise attack on a Continental Army division near Philadelphia in September 1777. A crushing defeat for the Americans, the battle became known as the "Paoli Massacre". Philadelphia fell to the British a week later.
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By author: Jeff Kirkham
Paperback,  432 pages
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A guide to the basic skills all soldiers, sailors, and Marines must know to prevail in small-unit dismounted combat operations, including planning, battle drills for offense and defense operations, patrols, construction and emplacement of fighting positions, use of weapons and call for fire, land navigation and map reading, communications, close quarter battle, and tactical combat casualty care.
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By author: Jerry D. Morelock   Foreword by: Carlo D'Este   Introduction by: Martin Blumenson
Hardback,  384 pages
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Price: $34.95
The Battle of the Bulge lives in history as the U.S. Army's largest and bloodiest battle of World War II. This innovative study of American military leadership in action during the battle examines the performance of six generals in the days and weeks after the German attack in December 1944.
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By author: Sigmund Heinz Landau
Paperback,  240 pages
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Rare memoir of a foreigner serving with the Germans on the Eastern Front.
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By author: Richard Hargreaves
Paperback,  320 pages
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In early 1945, the Red Army plunged into the Third Reich from the east, rolling up territory and crushing virtually everything in its path, with one exception: the city of Breslau, which Hitler had declared a fortress-city, to be defended to the death. This book examines in detail the notorious four-month siege of Breslau.
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Compiled by: Harold Elk Straubing
Paperback,  176 pages
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Price: $19.95
This anthology tells the fascinating story of how medicine was practiced in military hospitals and in the field during the Civil War. Includes first-person accounts by Louisa May Alcott and Walt Whitman.
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By author: James W. Zobel
Paperback,  208 pages
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Price: $24.95
General Douglas MacArthur was one of the most colorful, controversial, and image-conscious military figures of the twentieth century. This military biography in photos captures the spirit of the man and his legend in hundreds of historical images.
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By author: Michael Whetstone
Hardback,  320 pages
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Price: $29.95
On the afternoon of October 3, 1993, two Black Hawk helicopters were shot down over the Somali capital of Mogadishu, leaving a handful of U.S. Army Rangers and Delta Force operators at the mercy of several thousand approaching militants. Ordered to "go find the glow"--the burning wreckage--hard-charging Capt. Mike Whetstone, commander of a Quick Reaction Company in the 10th Mountain Division, led part of the convoy sent to rescue the survivors. This powerfully vivid story of modern war is the intense firsthand account of the mission to find the crash site and retrieve the downed soldiers.
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