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    Author: Tom Fitzgerald
    ISBN: 978-0-9845921-3-5

    Author: Hadara Lazar

    ISBN: 978-1-935633-28-0

    Publishers: Atlas & Company

    Author: Mark Bourrie

    ISBN: 978-1-55365-949-5

    Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre

    Author:  Mark A. Vance

    ISBN: 9781461166498

    Publisher: CreateSpace

    Author: Steve Wick

    Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
    ISBN: 978-0-230-62318-7

    Author: Helen H. Wang

    Publisher: Bestseller Press

    ISBN: 978-14528980949

    Author: John R. Bruning

    Publisher: Zenith Press
    ISBN: 978-0-7603-3990-9

    Author: Victoria Martinez   
    Publisher: Who Dares Wins Publishing   
    ISBN: 978-1-935712-45-9

    Author: Patrick J. Jung

    Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

    ISBN: 978-0-8061-3994-4

    Author: Kerwin Swint
    Publisher: Sterling Publishing
    ISBN: 978-1-4027-7201-6

    Author: Frank McLynn  
    Publisher: Arcade Publishing; Reprint edition
    ISBN-10: 9781611450378
    ISBN-13: 978-1611450378

    Author:  Kathryn J. Atwood
    Publisher: Chicago Review Press, Inc.
    ISBN: 978-1-55652-961-0

    Author: Phil Nordyke

    ISBN: 13:978-0-7603-3914-5
    Publisher: Zenith Press

    Author: Bill Yenne

    ISBN 13: 978-0-7603-3913-8

    That Bill Yenne is a readable author and passionate researcher has never been more clearly seen than in his book, The American Aircraft Factory in WWII. Filled with a plethora of photographs, the text offers readers reams of information regarding U.S. wartime plane production.

    Author: Bill Yenne
    ISBN-10: 0760337780 : ISBN-13: 978-0760337783
    Zenith Press

    There have been many books written about Himmler’s SS, the organization that began as Hitler’s Schutzstaffel (“protection squad”) and ended up the multi-layered behemoth most responsible for war crimes in Nazi Germany. However, Bill Yenne’s book, Hitler’s Master of the Dark Arts, has a slightly different purpose than most of these: to show the background and origins of Nazi racial philosophy and how these philosophies made the SS tick.

    Author: Thomas R. Flagel

    ISBN-10: 1402242751 : ISBN-13: 978-1402242755

    The History Buff’s Guide to the Civil War
    is an excellent tool with which to initiate a personal study of the conflict -- while being a solid reference for those with some previous knowledge -- on the eve of the war’s 150th anniversary.

    Author: John Loftus               
    ISBN: 978-1-936296-04-0               
    Publisher: Trine Day LLC     

    One can only hope – and commend John Loftus for his courage, tenacity and selfless dedication to doing what he can to unearth the truth.

    Author: Elaine B. Fischel
    Publisher: Bascom Hill Books
    ISBN: 978-1-935456-03-2

    Defending the Enemy: Justice for the WWII Japanese War Criminals provides insight into the background to trials about which the average American, according to Fischel, knows very little.

    Author: John Loftus

    Publisher: TrineDay LLC

    ISBN: 13: 978-1-936296-04-0: 10:1-936296-04-7

    Fascinating read!

    Author: Lynette Norris Wilkinson
    Publisher: Write Creations
    ISBN: 978-0-9706292-1-0

    In this personal account of 16 people who lived in the same neighborhood as the author, Lynette Norris Wilkinson, did growing up—the lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, below the Industrial Canal—Wilkinson shares with us the memories of many of her friends, former classmates, and church members regarding the time that Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans.

    Author: H. Donald Winkler
    Publisher: Cumberland House
    ISBN: 2010025638

    Stealing Secrets is an attractive volume that is well presented and written. Its accessibility of subject matter and style should ensure that it appeals to a wide audience, ranging from those who are interested in the course of the American Civil War to those who are intrigued by any works to do with espionage and the role of women in conflict

    Author: Peter Lemesurier
    Publisher:The Career Press
    ISBN: 978-1-60163-132-9

    After a brief historical overview of the life of Michel de Nostredame (1503–1566), Peter Lemesurier considers who the alleged mystic was and what he actually did during his lifetime, based on contemporary documentary evidence

    Author: Rulka Langer

    Publisher: Aquila Polonica (U.S.) Ltd.

    ISBN: 978-1-60772-000-3

    This rare eyewitness account of the early, chaotic days of World War II stretching from the relatively halcyon days prior to the onset of World War II, through the Nazi invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, and the siege of Warsaw to the first few months of the Nazi occupation is told from the perspective of a young working mother

    Author: Martin SIVAK
    ISBN: 978-0-230-62305-7

    Author: Marilyn R. Hill-Sutton

    Publisher: Outskirts Press Inc

    ISBN: 978-1-432-7-4305-5

    This book would make a wonderful read for anyone interested in the civil war time period, genealogy, history, non-fiction, law or court cases and biographies


    The Mermaid and the Messerschmitt

    Author: Rulka Langer
    ISBN: 978-1607720003

    This book is an account of the beginning of World War II when Hitler invaded Poland by a citizen of Warsaw.  The first edition was published in 1942 and the second in 2009

    Author: R. David Edmunds

    ISBN: 978-0-8061-2069-0

    Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

    Edmunds doesn’t seem to miss much else and his book, which the University of Oklahoma Press claims to be “the first scholarly history of the Potawatomis,” is an enlightening and engaging read.

    Author: Dr. Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan

    Publisher: Lit Verlag GmbH & Co

    ISBN: 978-3-643-80005-3

    Author: Bernard von Bothmer
    ISBN: 978-1-55849-732-0

    Bernard von Bothmer has provided a valuable service for anyone interested in understanding how our leaders have manipulated the facts and myths of the 1960s to champion their various agendas in the White House since 1980

    Author: Dean King
    Publisher:  Little, Brown and Company
    ISBN: 978-0-316-16708-6

    Author: Kevin Belmonte
    Publisher: Thomas Nelson
    ISBN: 978-1-59555-304-1

    Just how the semi-schooled son of a tinker came to write one of the most influential books in the entire pantheon of English literature provides the gist of Belmonte’s biography

    Author: Kevin Belmonte
    Publisher: Thomas Nelson
    ISBN: 978-1-59555-304-1

    Just how the semi-schooled son of a tinker came to write one of the most influential books in the entire pantheon of English literature provides the gist of Belmonte’s biography

    Author: John Perry
    Publisher: Thomas Nelson
    ISBN: 978-1-59555-306-5

    Based largely on Winston Churchill’s own writings, Christian Perspectives: Winston Churchill describes Churchill’s life and times from a Christian perspective

    Author: Mitch Stokes
    ISBN: 978-1-59555-303-4

    Author: Fredrik Stanton
    Publisher: Westholme Publishing, LLC
    ISBN: 978-1-59416-099-8

    In bringing these negotiations to light in an informative and engaging manner, Stanton has succeed in reminding us that he more we understand what has been successful in the past and the mistakes to avoid, the less frequent countries may resort to wars to settle their differences

    Authors: Sherry H. Penney and James D. Livingston
    ISBN: 1-55849-447-2
    Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press

    A fascinating read and one I highly recommend. I also believe this particular book should play an important role in schooling the children of our political future. Well done!

    Author: Richard Overy
    ISBN: 978184908 3942
    Publisher: Osprey Publishing

    It’s difficult to believe that War in the Pacific, a new oversized book from Osprey Publishing which coincides with the recent HBO special, is only 56 pages long because it packs in so much information regarding the Pacific conflicts of WWII

    Author: Frances Hunter
    ISBN: 978-0-9777636-0-3
    Publisher: Blind Rabbit Press

    Frances Hunter has done a bang-up job in delivering this wonderfully exciting adventure to life and it’s certainly one you won’t want to miss

    Author:  Kenneth K. Koskodan
    ISBN: 13: 978 1 84603 365 0
    Publisher: Osprey Publishing

    It is very possible that stories of the major Polish contributions to the Allied cause were swept under the rug out of sheer embarrassment

    Author: Kyra E. Hicks
    ISBN: 978-0-9824796-5-0

    How often do we have the opportunity to participate in a journey researching one of the best-known African-American quilters, Harriet Powers, who was born near Athens Georgia into slavery in 1837 and died in 1910? When Kyra E. Hicks, a quilter herself, began compiling a simple annotated bibliography of references to Harriet Powers, she hadn't a clue as to what “goodies” she would discover and that her findings would eventually culminate in a fascinating tome, This I Accomplish: Harriet Powers' Bible Quilt and Other Pieces

    Author: Eileen C. Moore
    Publisher: Cool Titles
    ISBN: 978-1-935700-0-3

    As a competent jurist, Moore has presented sound documentation with a wide selection of movies and Supreme Court decisions over the decades. And alongside, Moore mixes in a few good history lessons concerning the plight of African Americans after the abolition of slavery

    Author: Mary Jo Nickum
    Publisher: Chalet Publishers, LLC
    ISBN: 978-098408365-7

    Nickum has managed to provide a very informative and engaging book that handles a complex subject matter very well with easy to understand content. I highly recommend Mom’s Story – A Child Learns About MS.

    Editor: Kelly Knauer: Designer: Ellen Fanning: Picture Editor: Patricia Cadley:
    Research/Writing Matthew P. Wagner, Matthew McCann Fenton Copy Editor: Bruce Christopher Carr
    Time Inc. Home Entertainment: Richard Fraiman Publisher:
    ISBN: 10: 1-60330-083-5: 13: 978-1-60320-083-7

    Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could travel the earth and beyond and experience some of the greatest discoveries in the fields of geography, paleontology, astronomy and archaeology? Time Great Discoveries: Explorations that Changed History has now made this all possible from the comfort of our homes where we can explore the past, the planet earth, life on earth and the solar system.

    Author: Richard Doster
    ISBN: 9781434799845
    Publisher: The B&B Media Group Inc

    This book should be on the shelf of every college, high school, elementary and public library. It should be the required reading of children in every school. I learned so much about what happened during a time that I grew up that I did not know about. I would highly recommend this book as a must read

    Author: Doug Stanton
    ISBN: 13: 978-1-465-8051-5: ISBN: 10: 1-4165-8051-4
    Publishers: Scribner

    This is a superb book, told with clear language and fresh imagery. The story is even better—because it is true. It is a book that will make Americans proud of the men who call themselves “Quiet Professionals.”

    Author: Kathryn S. Olmsted
    Publisher: Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 978-0-19-518353-6

    How can we explain the profound distrust that many Americans have of their government?

    Authors: Joseph H. Trimbach and John M. Trimbach
    Publishers: Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-0-9795855-0-0

    John and Joseph Trimbach may have positioned themselves with contributing one of the most important texts pertaining to the controversies surrounding the topic


    Author:Jan Elvin
    Publisher: AMACOM
    ISBN: 978-0-8144-1049-3.

    Not All Quiet on the Western Front

    Author: Alice Resch Synnestvedt

    ISBN: 0-96-48042-6-3

    Publisher: Intentional Productions

    During World War Two, Alice Resch Synnestvedt, working in southern France with the American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker organization, helped rescue dozens of Jewish children from certain death in Nazi concentration camps.

    Author: George Franklin Feldman
    Publisher: Alan C. Hood & Co, Inc.
    ISBN:  978-0-911469-33-2

    Most modern Americans believe the Indians were peaceful savages who lived an ideal life with nature that was destroyed by the white folk.  To some extent, they did fit into that picture. There can be no doubt of the horrible decimation of the Native Americans by the Europeans who took their land, dignity, and very lives.  But, there was also a darker side to the placid natives.

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