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Jean-Jacques Naudet

Marilyn ... the word instantly evokes glamour, charm, voluptuous beauty, but also an alluring childlike vulnerability. It's precisely this multi-faceted and complex appeal that created her incredible popularity and ensures her continuing fame. ...
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Back to Basic, Back to School
Richard, Otto Stahl

Book DescriptionThis is the final book of the author's military trilogy completing the story of the three years he spent in the US Army. His first book recounted experiences in Vietnam while the second book chronicled Army assignments in West ...
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Waking Up to War: The Shock of Pearl Harbor
Deep South Regional Humanities Center at Tulane University

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Fields of Light A Son Remembers His Heroic Father
Joseph Hurka

Book DescriptionWinner of Pushcart's 19th annual Editor's Book Award. After the fall of Communism, Joseph Hurka traveled to Prague, where his father had fought in the Underground against the Czech-Stalinist government. As the son walks in ...
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The Gift of Valor
Michael Phillips

Book Description Every day ordinary young Americans are fighting and dying in Iraq, with the same bravery, honor, and sense of duty that have distinguished American troops throughout history. One of these is Jason Dunham, a twenty-two-year-old Marine ...
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Long Way Back to the River Kwai: Memories of World War 2
Loet Velmans

Book DescriptionLoet Velmans was 17 when the Germans invaded his native Holland in 1940. Almost immediately, he and his family decided to escape to London, which they did on board the Dutch Coast Guard cutter, Seaman's Hope. Deciding theyt would ...
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Audacity Personified: The Generalship of Robert E. Lee

Book DescriptionDespite the literary outpouring on the life of Robert E. Lee, the southern chieftain remains an enigma. The existing scholarship is so voluminous, complex, and contradictory that it is difficult to penetrate the inner Lee and ...
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The Mutiny On Board H.m.s. Bounty
William Bligh

Book DescriptionCaptain William Bligh's account of the fatal voyage of the Bounty, and his subsequent 3,600-mile trip to Timor in an open boat. Bligh was not the tyrant of legend--in fact, he may have been one of the most lenient commanders of a ...
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Winfield Scott Hancock: Gettysburg Hero
Perry D. Jamieson

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The Forgotten Hero Of Gettysburg: A Biography of General George Sears Greene
David W. Palmer

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