Military History by Region

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  • They Met at Gettysburg

    They Met at Gettysburg has long been regarded as the classic treatment of one of the greatest, most fascinating, and most decisive battles in history. Originally published in 1956, the book became a bestseller and has continues for over half a century to bring alive the battle and its heroes for historians and students of the battle. Learn More
  • Don Troiani's Civil War

    In the world of historical painting, Don Troiani stands alone, universally acclaimed for the accuracy, drama, and sensitivity of his depictions of Americas past. His Civil War paintings and limited edition prints hang in the finest collections in the country and are noted internationally as well. Learn More
  • Long Hunt, The

    Centuries before railroads, Sharp's rifles, and Buffalo Bill Cody, buffalo roaming east of the Mississippi River wre hunted by Indians, Spanish, French, and English explorers, as well as colonists, Long Hunters, and American settlers. By the 1820s, the eastern buffalo herds were gone, and much of the wild cow's habitat had been radically altered. Learn More
  • A Sketch of the Life and Character of Daniel Boone

    In 1842, Peter Houston, an original settler of Boone's Station, Kentucky, wrote his recollections about the famous woodsman Daniel Boone. Houston's memoir spanned decades, from Boone's earliest forays into Kentucky until 1799, the year the famed woodsman left the Commonwealth for Spanish Missouri. Learn More
  • Harvest In The Snow

    At the height of the Serbian siege of Sarajevo, Ellen Blackman could no longer bear the televised images of wounded children desperate for medical care. So she set off for Bosnia. There she shared the tragedies and occasional triumphs of a brave people whose world was crumbling around them while a seemingly indifferent world stood by. Learn More
  • Civil War Williamsburg

    In May 1862 the battle of Williamsburg was fought just outside of the quiet town. Union troops now occupied the city, and throughout the rest of the war, Williamsburg residents, who had enthusiastically supported the Confederacy, were forced to endure the indignities of living under the military government. Learn More
  • Don Troiani's Civil War

    In the world of historical painting, Don Troiani stands alone, universally acclaimed for the accuracy, drama, and sensitivity of his depictions of Americas past. His Civil War paintings and limited edition prints hang in the finest collections in the country and are noted internationally as well. Learn More
  • When Dreams Came True

    When Dreams Came True describes the making of modern America by the passage of the GI Bill in 1944 and the initiative of hundreds of thousands of ambitious veterans. Insightful and heartwarming, this book illustrates American ambition and ingenuity at its best. Learn More
  • Decision For Disaster

    Grayston Lynch presents an exceptional portrayal of actual events that led to the betrayal of extraordinary, patriotic, and courageous men. Lynch's unmasking of "Kennedy's Camelot" reveals heart-wrenching facts that continue to stir emotions among Brigade 2506 veterans. Learn More
  • This Kind Of War

    Updated with maps, photographs, and battlefield diagrams, this special fiftieth anniversary edition of the classic history of the Korean War is a dramatic and hard-hitting account of the conflict written from the perspective of those who fought it. Learn More

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