This unique multimedia archive includes a concise history of D-Day and the Normandy campaign, a beautifully reproduced photo album, a foldout map of the Overlord campaign, a 75-minute CD, and twelve facsimile documents.
Based on the BBC TV series, an archaeological journey through the Allied battle for Europe that uncovers deserted airfields, decaying pillboxes, and more as it reveals many of the war’s forgotten and untold stories.
Popular culture transformed his name into “Davy Crockett” and gave him a raccoon hat he hardly ever wore. Here, the real David Crockett—explorer, soldier, congressman and martyr—emerges as a true American hero.
Charts the remarkable sequence of events that took place between December 1 and December 12, 1941, from the Red Army counterthrust in Moscow to the Pearl Harbor attack to Hitler laying out his policy of genocide.
Reveals unknown triumphs and disasters of Western intelligence in the Cold War—and tells the story of post-Soviet espionage, which is run not by Soviet agents but by the siloviki, Russia’s ruthless “men of power.”
The most distinguished corps in the Army of the Potomac, the Second Corps fought in such landmark battles as Antietam and Gettysburg. This absorbing history follows the corps from its creation to its postwar legacy.
In this riveting portrait of authoritarianism in peril, journalist William J. Dobson takes us inside the relentless battle between dictators and the people challenging their rule in Syria, Yemen, Egypt, and beyond.
While many believe that Kentucky’s decision to remain neutral in the Civil War was the result of strong Unionist sympathies, Finck argues that it was the state’s divided loyalties that steered it toward neutrality.
This entry in the New York Times bestselling Don’t Know Much About® series uses Davis’s accessible Q&A style to profile the lives, major achievements, and legacies of the American presidents, from Washington to Obama.
The fascinating sequel to the bestselling Dr. Seuss Goes to War features a trove of over 100 never-before-published Seuss cartoons as well as the work of Saul Steinberg, Al Hirschfeld, Arthur Szyk and others.
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