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Neal Ferguson

Grant

GRANT After reading Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton, I had some trepidation about opening his newest book, Grant. I didn’t think he could surpass Hamilton (see

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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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History
Neal Ferguson

The Fleet at Flood Tide

THE FLEET AT FLOOD TIDE, AMERICA AT TOTAL WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1944-1945 As a history, The Fleet at Flood Tide is both more and

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History
Neal Ferguson

The General vs. The President

THE GENERAL vs. THE PRESIDENT: MACARTHUR AND TRUMAN AT THE BRINK OF NUCLEAR WAR “I should have fired him [General MacArthur] six months sooner.” If

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History
Neal Ferguson

The Apache Wars

THE APACHE WARS: THE HUNT FOR GERONIMO, THE APACHE KID, AND THE CAPTIVE BOY WHO STARTED THE LONGEST WAR IN AMERICAN HISTORY. Some Apaches believed

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History
Neal Ferguson

Hero of the Empire

Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape and the Making of Winston Churchill Winston Spencer Churchill  (WSC) was in most respects a

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Longest Night

As the wife of an active-duty naval officer, Andria Williams recognizes the range of difficulties that can be encountered by military spouses. In her first

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British Authors
Neal Ferguson

Testament of Youth

Vera Brittain was in many ways a typical female product of a slightly repressive, prosperous, late Victorian family. Despite the potential stultification, she developed an

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Military History
Neal Ferguson

The Taste of War

The Taste of War: World War Two and the Battle for Food Admittedly, I take food for granted. Supermarket tomatoes and peaches tend to slice

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History
Neal Ferguson

Ashley’s War

Ashley’s War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield The narrative of equal rights has a long and

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History
Neal Ferguson

Men of War

Men of War: The American Soldier in Combat at Bunker Hill, Gettysburg, and Iwo Jima As a former soldier in the American Civil War, Oliver

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Books on books
Neal Ferguson

When Books Went to War

When Books Went to War: The Stories that Helped Us Win World War II Did you ever wonder how WW II soldiers filled up the

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