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Sacrificing Childhood

Children and the Soviet State in the Great Patriotic War

The story of how Soviet children experienced the horrors of the Great Patriotic War, both as victims and as heroes who helped make victory possible.

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Scarlet Fields

The Combat Memoir of a World War I Medal of Honor Hero

An exciting first hand account of World War I combat by an American winner of the Medal of Honor.

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Shiloh

Conquer or Perish

The most comprehensive and most readable account of the Battle of Shiloh.

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Stalin's World War II Evacuations

Triumph and Troubles in Kirov

The most deeply researched history of the World War II Soviet evacuations

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Stopping the Panzers

The Untold Story of D-Day

The story of the heroism of the Canadian forces during the D-Day battles in Normandy and their success in defeating the German armored counterattack.

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Through the Maelstrom

A Red Army Soldier's War on the Eastern Front, 1942-1945

A junior officer in the Red Army provides one of the richest and most detailed memoirs of life and warfare on the Eastern Front, from his combat training in early 1942 until the surrender and occupation of Germany.

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Thunder and Flames

Americans in the Crucible of Combat, 1917 - 1918

In this significant work, Edward Lengel reminds us that before the great battles of St. Mihiel and the Meuse Argonne, the American army was tutored by the French and schooled by the Germans. This work is both a superb narrative history of the understudied operations that the doughboys fought under French command and a balanced critique of American battlefield performance and the AEF’s often fraught relationship with its most important ally. Using American, French and German records, Lengel provides a penetrating and nuanced examination of an American army at the point of its difficult birth.

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Triumph at Imphal-Kohima

How the Indian Army Finally Stopped the Japanese Juggernaut

The only full account of the British Indian Army's most remarkable transformation and turnaround from serial defeat to victory and war winning triumph in the Asia/Pacific theater of World War II.

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Victory in Vietnam

The Official History of the People's Army of Vietnam, 1954 - 1975

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Vietnam Rough Riders

A Convoy Commander's Memoir

A fast-paced and compulsively readable account of the author's experiences as a Marine Corps officer who led "Rough Rider" truck convoys to and through hot zones in the Vietnam War.

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