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History
Neal Ferguson

The Zimmerman Telegram

THE ZIMMERMAN TELEGRAM: INTELLIGENCE, DIPLOMACY, AND AMERICA’S ENTRY INTO WORLD WAR I One hundred years ago, April 6, 1917, the United States declared war on

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Just Because
Children’s picture books
Sunny Solomon

Just Because

JUST BECAUSE How many of us who have children in our lives remember people telling us, “Enjoy them while you can because they grow up

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

The Daughters of Mars

 The Daughters of Mars Recognizing the significance of the hundredth anniversary of World War I, many novelists are turning their imaginations toward the so-called “great

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History
Neal Ferguson

Engineers of Victory

Engineers of Victory: The Problem Solvers Who Turned the Tide in the Second World War Disclaimer: I gladly admit to a generally favorable attitude towards

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Why Read or Buy Poetry?

If you don’t dress in black or hang out in coffeehouses, why would you want to read poetry? I mean really, you squeaked through all

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Point of Honour

For those readers who love historical fiction and especially stories from Regency England, look no further. Madeleine E. Robins has written in Point of Honour

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History
Sunny Solomon

The Remains of Company D

“He went lights-out somewhere just beyond the Paris-Soissons Road, while the air rained bullets and his company – the survivors, anyway – rolled on through

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