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The Long Way Home - An American Journey from Ellis Island to the Great War (MP3 format, CD, Unabridged edition): David Laskin The Long Way Home - An American Journey from Ellis Island to the Great War (MP3 format, CD, Unabridged edition)
David Laskin; Narrated by Erik Synnestvedt
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The United States has always been a nation of immigrants--never more so than in 1917 when the nation entered the First World War. Of the 2.5 million soldiers who fought with U.S. armed forces in the trenches of France and Belgium, some half a million--nearly one out of every five men--were immigrants. In "The Long Way Home," David Laskin, author of the prizewinning history "The Children's Blizzard," tells the stories of twelve of these immigrant heroes. Starting with their childhoods in Europe, Laskin unfolds the saga of their journeys to Ellis Island, their struggles to start over in the land of opportunity, and the ordeal of their return to Europe in uniform to fight--and win--a war that had already killed tens of millions.
Three of these soldiers died on the battlefield; two won the Congressional Medal of Honor; all were transformed forever by their experiences in combat. It is a transformation that continues to be felt in the pride and pain and cherished memories of immigrant families that have long since assimilated.
In tracing the lives of these twelve men, Laskin tells the story of an immigrant generation--a generation that streamed into this country in unprecedented numbers around the turn of the last century, that sweated to support their families through back-breaking physical labor, and that fought loyally for their adopted country on the battlefields of Belleau Wood, Soissons, St. Mihiel, and the Argonne forest.
Based on stories, letters, and diaries passed on by descendants--as well as Laskin's personal interviews with two foreign-born Doughboys who were still alive at the time he was researching the book, "The Long Way Home" is a reverent work of history and a deeply moving evocation of the dreams and sacrifice at the heart of the American experience.

Neil's War - One Boy's Story of His Evacuation to Ireland at the Outbreak of WWII (Paperback): Neil William Murphy Neil's War - One Boy's Story of His Evacuation to Ireland at the Outbreak of WWII (Paperback)
Neil William Murphy
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This is the story of the author evacuated in 1939 at the age of six with his brother and sister from Sheffield in the North of England to the safety of relatives in Cork in Southern Ireland and his return to Britain in 1943. It ends on VE Night, 1945. Neil was a practising hypnotherapist for much of his working life and on his retirement revisited this period of his childhood seeking answers to memories and flashbacks that had haunted him for more than sixty years. He tells in his preface how this was achieved. The author had an affinity with his Irish hosts and his four-year stay is not without humour, as you would expect. But the incidents he recalls include the firing of Cork's largest department store in 1942 and providing intelligence that may have led to the torpedoing of the SS Irish Oak in May 1943 by the German submarine U-607. Not yet ten, he was escorted back to Britain on the orders of the Prime Minister, de Valera. The story is certainly an emotional one, not least because of the shooting down over occupied France early in 1944 of the boy's hero, Uncle Bill. You must decide whether this little boy was an innocent used by the unscrupulous Republican agent Finnegan, by Sister Ann of "the Mission," Stan of Short's slaughter house, his wily cousin Clare who took his earnings for dresses and his uncle who took it for drink. Or whether he rose to the challenge of being separated from his parents at a very young age in difficult times. It is a one-off story told by a lad growing up too quickly. It is also one with dark undertones.

The Real Band of Brothers - First-Hand Accounts from the Last British Survivors of the Spanish Civil War (Paperback): Max Arthur The Real Band of Brothers - First-Hand Accounts from the Last British Survivors of the Spanish Civil War (Paperback)
Max Arthur
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**** EXPORT AND IRELAND ONLY **** The Spanish Civil War, which raged from 1936-9, was a brutal and intense war which claimed well over 500,000 lives. Rightly predicting that the rise of Fascism in Spain could develop into a more global conflict, almost 2500 British volunteers travelled to Spain under the banner of the International Brigade to fight for the Spanish Republic in an attempt to stem the tide. Acclaimed oral historian Max Arthur has tracked down the eight survivors of this conflict, and interviewed them for their unique perspective, their memories of their time fighting and the motives which compelled them to fight. Theirs is a unique story, of men and women volunteering to lay down their lives for a cause, believing passionately that the Spanish Republic's fight was their fight too. From Union leader to nurse, Egyptologist to IRA activist, these survivors have incredible, compelling and sometimes harrowing tales to tell of their experiences, revealing their ideologies, pride, regrets, and feelings about the legacy of the actions they took. "For most young people there was a feeling of frustration, but some were determined to do anything that seemed possible, even if it meant death, to try to stop the spread of Fascism. It was real, and it had to be stopped." Jack Jones - Volunteer, 94

The Airmen and the Headhunters - A True Story of Lost Soldiers, Heroic Tribesmen and the Unlikeliest Rescue of World War II... The Airmen and the Headhunters - A True Story of Lost Soldiers, Heroic Tribesmen and the Unlikeliest Rescue of World War II (Paperback, 1-Simul)
Judith M. Heimann
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November 1944: Army airmen set out in a B-24 bomber on what should have been an easy mission off the Borneo coast. Instead they found themselves unexpectedly facing a Japanese fleet - and were shot down. When they cut themselves loose from their parachutes, they were scattered across the island's mountainous interior. Then a group of loincloth-wearing natives silently materialized out of the jungle. Would these Dayak tribesmen turn the starving airmen over to the hostile Japanese occupiers? Or would the Dayaks risk vicious reprisals to get the airmen safely home? The tribal leaders' unprecedented decision led to a desperate game of hide-and-seek, and, ultimately, the return of a long-renounced ritual: head-hunting.A cinematic survival story that features a bamboo airstrip built on a rice paddy, a mad British major, and a blowpipe-wielding army that helped destroy one of the last Japanese strongholds, "The Airmen and the Headhunters" is a gripping, you-are-there journey into the remote world and forgotten heroism of the Dayaks.

The Lost Childhood - The Complete Memoir (Paperback): Yehuda Nir The Lost Childhood - The Complete Memoir (Paperback)
Yehuda Nir
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This compelling memoir takes readers through the eyes of a child surviving World War II in Nazi-occupied Poland. As a nine-year-old, the author witnessed his father being herded into a truck - never to be seen again. He, his mother, and sister fled to Warsaw to live in disguise as Catholics under the noses of the Nazi SS, constantly fearful of discovery and persecution. A sobering reminder of the personal toll of the Holocaust on Jews during World War II, this book is a harrowing portrait of one child's loss of innocence. This edition contains previously unpublished content from the original text.

Silent Running - My Years on a World War II Attack Submarine (Paperback, Revised): James F. Calvert Silent Running - My Years on a World War II Attack Submarine (Paperback, Revised)
James F. Calvert; Foreword by Edward L. Beach
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"I am just one of many who experienced life on a submarine during World War II. Silent Running is a story sincerely told—free of any revisionism or cynicism—and I commend Vice Admiral Calvert for sharing this dramatic personal account of that difficult and exciting time." —President George Bush

"Hardened old sub vet that I am, I still felt the need for two weeks R&R after reliving Jim's only too realistic war patrolling adventures." —C. W. Nimitz, Jr., Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.)

"I believe it is the best personal account yet written on U.S. submarine operations in the Second World War. [Calvert] writes with lucidity and a rare candor. We get an extraordinary sense of what it was like, feeling the tensions and emotions, sharing the successes and disappointments, ... This is a true story with teal people, always gripping and sometimes tender. It is exciting to read and hard to put down. —J. L. Holloway, Admiral, USN (Ret.) President, Naval Historical Society, Chief of Naval Operations, 1974-1978.

"I knew Jim Calvert Throughout the war, and in this book he has told the submarine story in a way that catches the flavor and tang of the real thing. This is the way it really was." —Frederick B. Warder, Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.) Legendary W.W. II skipper of the Seawolf.

Terrors of War (Paperback): Nnamdi P Agbakoba Terrors of War (Paperback)
Nnamdi P Agbakoba
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Nearly two million people were slaughtered in the four-year Nigerian/Biafran Civil War. American educated Nnamdi Agbakoba writes a chilling account of bloodshed and almost miraculous survival in The Terrors of War. As much a story of war as of peace, of cowardice as of heroism, he reveals the spiritual lessons learned, as well as a powerful philosophical viewpoint found in the Bible and the Koran. Woven together, The Terrors of War is a uniquely compelling book. Author Agbakoba takes his account far beyond the events of the mid-sixties, when Nigeria's Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces was assassinated and the country was drowning in a sea of anarchy, starvation, and brutality. He delves into fascinating parallels between that civil war and the American presence in Iraq. The chapters on the America/Iraq crisis parts 1, 2 and 3 ministers loads of scriptural therapy very appropriate for application in the current crisis in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria and elsewhere. There are no wiser words than those of the author: War is a reflection of a total breakdown of diplomatic dialogue and discussions aimed at resolving differences. War breaks out when compromise, tolerance, forgiveness, and diplomatic discussions completely fail. In Terrors of War, the futile and violent results of hatred are studied. . .and important conclusions are reached.

From Campus to Combat - A College Boy Becomes a WWII Army Flier (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): James Alter From Campus to Combat - A College Boy Becomes a WWII Army Flier (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)
James Alter
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Jim Alter was a sophomore in college when Japan attacked the United States. He enlisted, and after an Army programme that condensed years of officer training into a few frantic months, was flying over Europe, dodging German gunners in a B-24. Alter proudly recounts the achievements of his heroic generation as he details this defining chapter of his early life. His memoir focuses on the business of turning citizens into soldiers, and in so doing highlights the tremendous benefits of asking all citizens to sacrifice for the war effort. His experiences and descriptions stand as a sharp contrast to the current professional, outsourced war now being waged in the Middle East.

Mission of Honor - A moral compass for a moral dilemma (Paperback): Jim Crigler Mission of Honor - A moral compass for a moral dilemma (Paperback)
Jim Crigler
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Most of us never get to test ourselves in combat. As a UH-1 Helicopter pilot flying in the jungle highlands of South Vietnam, Warrant Officer Jim Crigler and the men he flew with were tested daily. Coming of age in the late 1960s and early 1970s was challenging for most young men of that era. Throw in drugs, free love, draft notices, the Vietnam War and a country deeply divided, and you have one of the most important books of this genre. This true story is a raw, bold, introspective autobiography where the author openly wrestles with his personal moral dilemma to find meaning and purpose in his life. He calls it his "Mission of Honor."

Medicine and Duty - The World War I Memoir of Captain Harold W. McGill, Medical Officer, 31st Battalion, C.E.F. (Paperback):... Medicine and Duty - The World War I Memoir of Captain Harold W. McGill, Medical Officer, 31st Battalion, C.E.F. (Paperback)
Harold W. McGill; Edited by Marjorie Barron Norris; Foreword by Patrick Brennan
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Medicine and Duty is the World War I memoir of Harold McGill, a medical officer in the 31st Alberta Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, that was originally compiled and written by McGill in the 1930s. Anticipating that his memoir would be published by Macmillan of Canada in 1935, McGill instead was met with disappointment when the publishing house, forced by financial constraints, was unable to see the project to its final conclusion. Decades later, editor Marjorie Barron Norris came upon a draft of the manuscript in the Glenbow Museum archives, and utterly compelled by what she found, took it upon herself to resurrect McGill's story. Performing an exhaustive edit of the original manuscript, Norris has also included a wealth of information adding detailed explanatory notes and topographical maps, as well as excerpts of letters Captain McGill sent home to friends and family. These letters are literally written "from the trenches" and lend an unsettling atmosphere and stark realism to the original memoir. Wartime accounts written by medical officers are quite rare, and often more than other regular officers, the M.O.'s position in the battalion provides a unique perspective on the day-to-day lives of soldiers under his command. Norris's painstaking archival research and careful editing skills have brought back to light a gripping first-hand account of the 31st Battalion and, on a larger scale, of Canada's participation in World War I, making this book of great interest not only to military historians, but also to any Canadian compelled by the incredible sacrifice of soldiers during wartime.

13 Hours - The explosive inside story of how six men fought off the Benghazi terror attack (Paperback): Mitchell Zuckoff 13 Hours - The explosive inside story of how six men fought off the Benghazi terror attack (Paperback)
Mitchell Zuckoff 1
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13 HOURS is the true account of the events of 11 September 2012, when terrorists attacked a US State Compound and a nearby CIA station in Libya, one of the most dangerous corners of the globe. On that fateful day, a team of six American security operators stationed in Benghazi fought to repel mounting enemy forces and escalating firepower, to protect the Americans stationed there, including the US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens. Going beyond the call of duty, the team ignored orders to stand down and instead choked back smoke, fought wave after wave of machine-gun fire and retook the Compound, averting tragedy on a much larger scale - although four Americans would not make it out alive. Recounting the 13 hours of the now infamous attack, this personal account is both blistering and compelling, and sets the story straight about what really happened on the ground, in the streets and on the rooftops.

This Business of War - Recollections of a Civil War Quartermaster (Paperback): William G. Leduc This Business of War - Recollections of a Civil War Quartermaster (Paperback)
William G. Leduc
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Concerned with the logistical details of supplying the Army of the Potomac as it bogged down during the Peninsula campaign or of commandeering a steamboat to relieve the siege and get food to stranded soldiers at Chattanooga, Le Duc tells his story of mud-choked roads, incompetent commanders, and what he understands as the crucial factor necessary for the Union's success in battle: a well-supplied army. Through his close association with Generals McClellan and Meade, Hooker and Sherman, Le Duc learned to master the army's bureaucracy and overcome the hardships of trying to keep Union supplies on the move. His compelling memoir is unique in depicting the details of life in the Quartermaster Department. William G Le Duc (1823-1917) moved to the Minnesota Territory in 1850. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he volunteered into the Quartermaster Department and mustered out four years later as brevet brigadier general. He later served as the US Commissioner of Agriculture from 1877 until 1881 and retired to his home in Hastings, Minnesota.

Virginia Girl in the Civil War - Being a Record of the Actual Experiences of the Wife of a Confederate Officer (Paperback):... Virginia Girl in the Civil War - Being a Record of the Actual Experiences of the Wife of a Confederate Officer (Paperback)
Marta Lockett Avery
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This narrative gives a rare glimpse inside the mind of the wife of a former Confederate officer and shows with a simple sincerity what life was like for many Southern women during the human tragedy of the Civil War.

Pillbox 17 (Paperback, New edition): Karl Broger Pillbox 17 (Paperback, New edition)
Karl Broger
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Field Guns in France (Paperback): Lt-Col Neil Fraser-Tytler Field Guns in France (Paperback)
Lt-Col Neil Fraser-Tytler
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With a B-P Scout in Gallipoli. A Record of the Belton Bulldogs (Paperback): E.Y. Priestman With a B-P Scout in Gallipoli. A Record of the Belton Bulldogs (Paperback)
E.Y. Priestman
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Reminiscences of Gibraltar, Egypt and the Egyptian War, 1882 (from the Ranks) (Paperback): John Philip Reminiscences of Gibraltar, Egypt and the Egyptian War, 1882 (from the Ranks) (Paperback)
John Philip
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Sebastopol Trenches & Five Months in Them (Paperback): Pack Col. C.B Reynell Sebastopol Trenches & Five Months in Them (Paperback)
Pack Col. C.B Reynell
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The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed - And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II (Paperback): William B Breuer The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed - And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II (Paperback)
William B Breuer
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A rare treat for World War II history buffs and fans of the strange, absurd, and unexplained

Acclaimed military historian William Breuer takes readers on a trip through the looking glass to acquaint them with the weirder side of World War II. Featuring a cast of characters including double- and triple-agents, femme fatales, fearless leaders, and men at arms, The Spy who Spent the War In Bed is a collection of seventy concise, vividly rendered tales of war, ranging from laugh-out-loud funny, to inspiring, to just-plain-bizarre. For instance, there’s the one about how reputed Irish Republican Army members in New York conned Nazi intelligence out of a small fortune. There’s also a thrilling account of how four American newsmen bagged an entire German platoon. And there’s the haunting tale of the "Mystery Plane," an experimental aircraft that took off on a short test flight over England one sunny afternoon in 1938 and simply vanished into a cloudless summer sky. This book draws on personal interviews, official archives, and declassified documents, as well as the vast literature on World War II.

William B. Breuer (Cleveland, TN) is the author of more than twenty-five books.

The Air-Raid Warden Was a Spy - And Other Tales from Home-front America in World War II (Hardcover): William B Breuer The Air-Raid Warden Was a Spy - And Other Tales from Home-front America in World War II (Hardcover)
William B Breuer
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Critical acclaim for William B. Breuer

"A first-class historian."
–The Wall Street Journal

Top Secret Tales of World War II

"A book for rainy days and long solitary nights by the fire. If there were a genre for cozy nonfiction, this would be the template."
–Publishers Weekly

"Perfect for the curious and adventure readers and those who love exotic tales and especially history buffs who will be surprised at what they didn’t know. Recommended for nearly everyone."
–Kirkus Reviews

Daring Missions of World War II

"The author brings to light many previously unknown stories of behind-the-scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories."
–Albuquerque Journal

Secret Weapons of World War II

"Rip-roaring tales . . . a delightful addition to the niche that Breuer has so successfully carved out."
–Publishers Weekly

Loos 1915 - The Northern Battle and Hohenzollern Redoubt (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Andrew Rawson Loos 1915 - The Northern Battle and Hohenzollern Redoubt (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)
Andrew Rawson
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In September 1915 Kitcherner's men were in action for the first time in the largest offensive of the year. Using gas, British troops managed to open a three mile gap in the German line. However, misuse of the reserves allowed the chance of success to pass by. In the following struggle for Hohenzollern Redboubt, the British were defeated time after time by superior weapons and tactics. For the first time visitors will be able to explore this key battle, a battle that cost the BEF over 50,000 casualties.

Attack and Sink - The Battle of the Atlantic Summer 1941 (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition): Bernard Edwards Attack and Sink - The Battle of the Atlantic Summer 1941 (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Bernard Edwards
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This convoy must not get through--U-boats pursue, attack and sink. This was the signal that Admiral Dnitz sent to the commanders of the 21 U-boats of the Markgraf wolf-pack on September 9, 1941 just before the United States entered the war. Sixty-three merchant ships were strung out in 12 columns abreast, covering 25 miles of inhospitable ocean. They set sail from Nova Scotia at a time when the German U-boats were sinking more than one hundred ships a month and the US Navy could do nothing but stand-by and watch--at least officially. ...The American ships had served their purpose, for although they had taken great pains not to be associated with SC42's official escort, the mere presence of these modern, powerful men-of-war had contributed to the withdrawal of the U-boats. The battle lasted for seven days and covered 1,200 miles of ocean.

Deceptions of World War II (Hardcover): William B Breuer Deceptions of World War II (Hardcover)
William B Breuer
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Critical acclaim for William B. Breuer

"A first-class historian."
–The Wall Street Journal

Top Secret Tales of World War II

"A book for rainy days and long solitary nights by the fire. If there were a genre for cozy nonfiction, this would be the template."
–Publishers Weekly

"Perfect for the curious and adventure readers and those who love exotic tales and especially history buffs who will be surprised at what they didn’t know. Recommended for nearly everyone."
–Kirkus Reviews

Daring Missions of World War II

" The author brings to light many previously unknown stories of behind-the-scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories."
–Albuquerque Journal

Secret Weapons of World War II

"Rip-roaring tales . . . a delightful addition to the niche that Breuer has so successfully carved out."
–Publishers Weekly

War on Our Doorstep - The Unknown Campaign on North America's West Coast (Paperback): Brendan Coyle War on Our Doorstep - The Unknown Campaign on North America's West Coast (Paperback)
Brendan Coyle
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When Chief Gunner Hashiro Hayashi took dead aim on British Columbia's Estevan Point Lighthouse and wireless station on a June morning in 1942, the realities of war had come to North America. Sixty years later, the fascinating events of that era and their impact on both the Canadian and American psyches remain unknown to much of the world.After conducting decades of research and interviews with veterans on both sides of the conflict, author Brendan Coyle now reveals the campaign that included three attacks on British Columbia, an air raid on Portland, Oregon, and the harsh battles fought in Alaska. From the foreword: "Brendan Coyle has done a magnificent job in this comprehensive review of the war on the West Coast. No other single volume has so neatly tied together the myriad stories of how the war affected people in British Columbia, California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska,"-Jim Delgado, Executive DirectorVancouver Maritime Museu

Chienne de Guerre - A Woman Reporter Behind the Lines of the War in Chechnya (Hardcover, 1st ed): Anne Nivat Chienne de Guerre - A Woman Reporter Behind the Lines of the War in Chechnya (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Anne Nivat
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Two years ago, when she was thirty years old, Anne Nivat decided to see first-hand what war was all about. Russia had just launched its second brutal campaign against Chechnya. And though the Russians strictly forbade Westerners from covering the war, the aspiring French journalist decided she would go.
There are two very real dangers in Chechnya: being arrested by the Russians and being kidnapped by the Chechens. Nivat strapped her satellite phone to her belly, disguised herself in the garb of a Chechen peasant, and sneaked across the border. She found a young guide, Islam, to lead her illegally through the war zone. For six months they followed the war, travelling with underground rebels and sleeping with Chechen families or in abandoned buildings. Anne trembled through air raids; walked through abandoned killing fields; and helped in the halls of bloody hospitals. She interviewed rebel leaders, government officials, young widows, and angry fighters, and she reported everything back to France. Her reports in "Liberation" led to antiwar demonstrations outside the Russian embassy in Paris.
Anne's words move. They are not florid, but terse, cool, dramatic. More than just a war correspondent's report, Chienne de Guerre is a moving story of struggle and self-discovery--the adventures of one young woman who repeatedly tests her own physical and psychological limits in the extremely dangerous and stressful environment of war.

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