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Field Marshal

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July 19, 2015

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Check Six!

9781612002996
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July 19, 2015

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Cushing’s Coup

9781612003078
$32.95, hardback
July 19, 2015

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Featured Review

A Street in Arnhem The Agony of Occupation and Liberation

I recommend this book to those readers interested in WWII and in Operation Market Garden because of the insights Kershaw provides. The author promises examining one street will offer new insights- and he delivers. I also recommend the book to readers interested in modern combat because of the lessons the author reveals about urban warfare.

MILITARY REVIEW SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER 2015, September 2015


Featured Review

Nanjing 1937 Battle for a Doomed City

“Peter Harmsen has once again ingeniously woven a vast range of Chinese, Japanese and Western source materials into a vivid tapestry of intense personal experience and world-shaking international conflict. Our historical memories shorten with distance from our own shores. As we contemplate a newly-risen China, Harmsen brings to life for us cataclysms that lie closer to the surface of Chinese consciousness. Where the great Allen Furst’s taut novels of wartime Europe stay just inside the fiction side of the boundary with history, Harmsen’s dramatic style adds a gripping and novelistic quality to the powerful writing of 20th-century history.”

ROBERT A. KAPP, AUTHOR OF "SZECHWAN AND THE CHINESE REPUBLIC: PROVINCIAL MILITARISM AND CENTRAL POWER, 1911-1937," AND PAST PRESIDENT, THE US-CHINA BUSINESS COUNCIL., August 2015


Featured Review

Blocking Kampfgruppe Peiper The 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment in the Battle of the Bulge

Blocking Kampfgruppe Peiper continues Frank van Lunteren's superb series on the famed 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment during World War II. Masterfully telling the gripping account of little-known battles against the best-equipped, most elite and fanatical troops of the Waffen SS panzer divisions, the author details the brutal battles waged on the northern shoulder of the Bulge in Germany's last, desperate offensive during the freezing winter of 1944-1945. Over a hundred interviews, including many new and never-before-published first-person eyewitness accounts by both 504th veterans and their German adversaries take the reader into the midst of the fighting as Tucker's troopers charge across open ground to attack armored flakwagons and heavy reconnaissance vehicles with little more than small arms, grenades and machine guns. Van Lunteren's work stands as a lasting testament to the tremendous heroism and devotion to duty of the tough paratroopers of the 504th. I highly recommend this outstanding book.

PHIL NORDYKE, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION HISTORIAN AND AUTHOR OF MORE THAN COURAGE: THE COMBAT HISTORY OF THE 504TH PARACHUTE INFANTRY REGIMENT IN WORLD WAR II AND ALL AMERICAN ALL THE WAY: THE COMBAT HISTORY OF THE 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II, AND, August 2015


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