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by Rojé AugustinNew York, NY, July 2020 — Author, producer and emerging poet Rojé Augustin has written a groundbreaking debut collection of dramatic poems about hair care entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker and her daughter A’Lelia Walker. Out of No Way: Madam C.J. Walker & A’Lelia Walker, A Poetic Drama tracks Walker’s phenomenal rise from penniless orphan to America’s first self-made female millionaire in dramatic verse. Born Sarah Breedlove to former Louisiana slaves in 1867, Madam C.J. Walker was orphaned at... more
by William L. McGee
Vol. II in the Pacific war series Amphibious Operations in the South Pacific in WWII by William L. McGee
Winner of the Silver Medal Award for History from the Military Writers Society of America
Two months after the Battle of Midway, 4-6 June 1942, the first major turning point in the Pacific war, came the Solomons Campaigns.
From 7 August 1942 to 25 November 1943, bloody battles were fought in the Solomon Islands. When they were... more
by William L. McGee
Vol. III in the Pacific war series Amphibious Operations in the South Pacific in WWII by William L. McGee.
PACIFIC EXPRESS was selected by the Marine Corps Commandant for the Professional Reading List (also known as the Marine Corps Reading List) on the subject of logistics.
Under one cover, award-winning World War II Pacific war historian William L. McGee presents an edited collection of the best works by other m... more
by William L. McGee
Vol. I in the Pacific war series Amphibious Operations in the South Pacific in WWII by William L. McGee
A history of the revolutionary amphibious landing craft of World War II – LCTs (Landing Craft, Tank), LSTs (Landing Ship, Tank), and LCIs (Landing Craft, Infantry) – designed and built specifically to land assault troops and equipment on a hostile or potentially hostile beach.
Under one cover:
- A brief history of amphibious warfare from t... more
by Lisa M. HutchisonBertha, a treat for lovers of historical romance. A tale of love told from the perspective of a German family who lived through gut-wrenching trials and tribulations that will keep you captivated. A mesmerizing, eye-opening story of pre- and post-war-torn Germany, with the power of family, love, and endurance shining through
by Peter L. Fishback
Reference book on the Late Victorian and Edwardian British Army from the perspective of the reader of Joyce's Ulysses.
This is the first volume of a two volume work entitled The British Army on Bloomsday. It contains a history of the British Army through 1904 with an emphasis on Ireland and Irish history. Includes extensive, detailed material on commissioned and enlisted life during the Late-Victorian Era (especially for Irish soldiers), the Irish Militia, the armies of th... more
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by L.M. VincentIn the early hours of May 21, 1905, a wealthy and socially prominent Harvard senior named Benjamin Joy was arrested as an accomplice in the theft of a bronze plaque from the Phillips Brooks House. The theft was one in a long history of “stunts” perpetrated by a Harvard Secret Society known as the “Med. Fac.,” its members taken from the most prestigious of the Harvard clubs and representing the elite of New England society. Despite all varieties of mischief, ranging from practical jokes to cri... more
by Saif SamirThis book spans 70 years of the dark history of Anti-Muslim violence in India that has caused over tens of thousands of deaths and refugees. Violence against Muslims in India is frequently in the form of violent attacks on Muslims by Hindus. These attacks are referred to as communal riots in India between the majority Hindus and minority Muslims and have been connected to a rise in Islamophobia.
by Monty D. VogelA factual novel of a 4-man MAT team, living and operating with the primitive Montagnard tribesmen in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. 1LT Darryl Wagner's war is a surreal and harrowing experience, analogous to 1700s fur trappers living with Native Americans. Two centuries changed weaponry, but life is similar in an assignment unimaginable upon his induction into the military. He was trained to lead American Infantrymen. Instead, he was sent to train and fight alongside primitive Montagnar... more
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by Lester BlumSince the advent of war, history has recorded the exploits of the generals or the heroic deeds of a few individuals. Although the commanders might acknowledge the exploits of their regiments, history books generally have neglected the cogs in the wheel of war - the low ranking military man. These men bore the burden of war - manning the front lines, carrying the equipment and supplies, preparing meals for thousands, and sending vital messages from unit to unit. Many of these men were the unsung ... more
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by Meneese WallWe Demand the Right to Vote: The Journey to the 19th Amendment introduces readers to American women’s civil rights movement known as “Women’s Suffrage”—women’s 72-year struggle for social and political equality that culminated in their winning the right to vote via the 19th Amendment. Written in a conversational, easy-to-read style, this illustrated historical account commences with Native American cultural influences and continues with women’s conventions, arrests, trials, petitions, battle... more
by Lyle NybergA surprising number of nationally recognized suffragist leaders spent summers in seaside Scituate, Massachusetts. This book creates a revealing portrait of their lives in what was arguably the nation’s summer suffragist capital, using original research and previously unpublished records. It also offers a highly readable account of their personal and activist lives in Boston, New York, Washington, and elsewhere, fighting for women’s right to vote. It is both local and national history, still rele... more
by Dennis CochranStockton, California, grew out of the Gold Rush of 1849. It became a thriving city through agriculture and manufacturing. It boasts excellent schools and colleges and has a world-renowned symphony and art museum. But, in July 2012, it was the largest American city to file for bankruptcy and currently is # 8 on Forbes Most Dangerous Cities in America. Stockton’s Path to Bankruptcy is an insider look at how the city fell apart. In 1993, Stockton won enterprise zone designation from the state gov... more