The perfect gifts for every history lover. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ORDER. BEHIND THE LINES WWI’s little-known story of German occupation, Belgian resistance, and the band of Yanks who helped save millions from starvation. THE BELL 47 HELICOPTER STORY “Sincere fans of aviation history owe it to themselves to get hold of a copy…If you have not yet delved into helicopter history, a fast flip through this book will make a convert of you.” —Larry Milberry, Canav Books DOWNING DORA NINE Aviation as you’ve never known it, formed in the crucible of a Great War —on American soil, with American blood. FOUGHT LIKE DEVILS Fought Like Devils follows the CSS McRae, showing how the Confederacy worked to build a navy and defend the Mississippi River from Union forces. BLACK CAT 2-1: THE TRUE STORY OF A VIETNAM HELICOPTER PILOT AND HIS CREW Huey aircraft commander Bob Ford’s thrilling memoir captures the humor of men at war and resounds with respect for those who served with honor. CONDEMNED PROPERTY This is the galvanizing true story of the ongoing challenges of Vietnam veterans coping with illnesses and PTSD, brought on by a war they fought so long ago. LINCOLN AND THE WAR’S END From Lincoln’s reelection to Lee’s surrender, this latest offering in the Concise Lincoln Library vividly recounts the Civil War’s final days. GUIDE TO GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD MONUMENTS A pocket guide to all the monuments and tablets on the greatest battlefield of the Civil War. Copiously illustrated, with maps and GPS coordinates. SEARCHING FOR GEORGE GORDON MEADE This rollicking investigation uncovers why the hero of Gettysburg has failed to join the pantheon of great Civil War generals. Entertaining and informative! BILLY THE KID AND THE LINCOLN COUNTY WAR Birth of a Legend Part 1 the first installment of this authoritative history is entertaining and skilfully directed by Andrew A. Wilkinson. The bonus feature is a fascinating interview with expert historian and writer Frederick Nolan. THE LAST BATTLE When U.S. and German Soldiers Joined Forces in the Waning Hours of World War II in Europe. THE CIVIL WAR: THE STORY OF THE WAR WITH MAPS This unique book combines the colorful, detailed maps of an atlas with the vivid storytelling of the best narratives to piece together the nation-spanning jigsaw puzzle of the American Civil War. GETTYSBURG: THE STORY OF THE BATTLE WITH MAPS Innovative look at the clash at Gettysburg. Seventy full-page color maps show the same portion of the battlefield and trace the hour-by-hour development of the battle. STATEHOOD OF AFFAIRS In 1911 New Mexico, the unjust commitment of a woman to an insane asylum reveals a plot to find Article X of the Treaty of Mesilla: the Revert Document. If the document is found, Mexico could recover the lost territory—and change history. THE PRICE OF COURAGE A Korean War novel. Dedicated to the officers and men of the Army’s combat arms – especially to those who have known the terrible loneliness of being shot at. DISASTER IN DAMP SAND The Red River Campaign. A story filled with drama, political intrigue, strategy, and heroism in the last great Confederate victory. The book illustrates the folly of trying to run a war from distant Washington. HENRY HALLECK’S WAR A fresh look at Lincoln’s controversial General-in-Chief. This book details how Halleck handled his responsibilities as well as the friendships and animosities that deeply influenced strategy and action. INJUSTICE ON TRIAL Union General FitzJohn Porter was tried by court-martial for misbehavior and failure to obey orders This book examines Porter’s decades-long fight to have his conviction reconsidered and good name regained. POWERLUST Radicalism in the Civil War Era 1850 – 1875. A group of radicals wanted to take over the federal government. With Lincoln dead, the opportunity for success was theirs. JAMES M. WILLIAMS The career of Williams spanned the Civil War and the Indian Wars in the West, yet this is the first biography on his important accomplishments. ECHOES OF DISTANT THUNDER This is a breathtaking saga that begins with the crushing Union defeat on the final day of the Battle of Chickamauga and ends with a life or death confrontation between two sworn enemies in the great virgin forests of Northern Michigan.