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History, Military

link to catalog page JONES, The Art of War in the Western World Author: Archer Jones
Pub Date: 2001

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link to catalog page RHODEHAMEL,

"Right or Wrong, God Judge Me"

The Writings of John Wilkes Booth

Author: Edited by John Rhodehamel and Louise Taper
Pub Date: 2001

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link to catalog page GRIFFITH, The Battle for Guadalcanal Author: Samuel B. Griffith II
Pub Date: August 2000

Factual, yet human and vivid and eminently readable, The Battle for Guadacanal, is military history at its best.   learn more...

link to catalog page KAHN, Between Tedium and Terror

Between Tedium and Terror

A Soldier's World War II Diary, 1943-45

Author: Sy M. Kahn
Pub Date: April 2000

An on-the-ground, at-the moment, true WWII tale, wonderfully and sensitively written, and chronicling a young man’s coming into maturity during some of the darkest days in 20th Century history--and one of less than a handful of actual diaries that came out of that war.   learn more...

link to catalog page LECH, Broken Soldiers Author: Raymond B. Lech
Pub Date: September 2000

The never-before-revealed true story and final chapter of what really happened to American POWs in Korea, how they survived in the face of unimaginable brutality and “programming” and how so many came to be “broken soldiers.”   learn more...

link to catalog page MAO TSE-TUNG, On Guerrilla Warfare Author: Mao Tse-tung
Pub Date: October 2000

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link to catalog page THURSTON, The People's War

The People's War

Responses to World War II in the Soviet Union

Author: Edited by Robert W. Thurston and Bernd Bonwetsch
Pub Date: October 2000

A unique and rare look into life as it was for the people in the Soviet Union during WWII, unclouded by old-style Soviet portrayals and psuedo-histories that painted a glowing portrait of the “heroic proleteriate.”   learn more...

link to catalog page DANNENMAIER, We Were Innocents

We Were Innocents

An Infantryman in Korea

Author: William D. Dannenmaier
Pub Date: 2000

“Dannenmaier has a gift for layering incident upon incident, detail upon detail so that readers gradually build up a richly textured picture of an infantryman’s life in Korea....This is one of the very best.” -- Stars and Stripes   learn more...

link to catalog page MAKI, Achieving the Impossible Dream

Achieving the Impossible Dream

How Japanese Americans Obtained Redress

Author: Mitchell T. Maki, Harry H. L. Kitano, and S. Megan Berthold
Pub Date: 1999

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link to catalog page DIEHL, The Dynamics of Enduring Rivalries Author: Edited by Paul F. Diehl
Pub Date: 1998

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