Army Rangers on D-Day
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6d ago
As many of you are aware, this week marks the 80th anniversary of D-Day ..read more
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Like Father, Like Son: From Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan
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2w ago
Bob Ollis doesn’t like talking about his harrowing experience in Vietnam. To help ..read more
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The Legendary Doolittle Raid Over Tokyo
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2w ago
In his new book Vanishing Act, author Dan Hampton reveals the gripping, untold story of a ..read more
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The Wreck of USS Monitor
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2M ago
Almost half of the ships that I cover in my book, A History ..read more
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America’s Most Clandestine Military Unit
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2M ago
Adam Gamal (a pseudonym created to keep his family safe from harm) served in the most ..read more
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The Spirits of Iwo Jima
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7M ago
Doing the research for my latest novel, Iwo, 26 Charlie, was a ..read more
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The Tide of War
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10M ago
Some years, like 1776 and 1939, need no introduction; their reputations travel before ..read more
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Jay Zeamer and the Eager Beavers
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11M ago
by Tom Clavin On July 25, 1918, Jay Zeamer was born. Zeamer is the main character of  Lucky 666, a gripping World War II story written by Bob Drury and yours truly. His birthday is the same day as mine, but we’re many years apart: Were he still alive, Zeamer would be turning 105. But ..read more
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The Rise of the Weimar Republic
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1y ago
In the following excerpt from Hitler’s Aristocrats, author Susan Ronald discusses the Weimar Republic and the political environment that enabled the rise of Hitler and fascism in post-World War I Germany ..read more
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Heard Round the World: A War Begins
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1y ago
Today is Patriots’ Day in Massachusetts. It commemorates the battles at Lexington and Concord, which occurred on April 19th and touched off the Revolutionary War. It’s also the day of the Boston Marathon, which itself commemorates a ..read more
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