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By Dwight R. Messimer
cloth / 978-0-89096-956-4 / $29.95
On July 26, 1918, American aviator First Lt. George Puryear shot down a German observation plane and then, in an act of bravado, landed to accept the crew's ... More
By Lee Winniford
Foreword by Carl Lindahl
cloth / 978-0-89096-802-4 / $29.95
In Following Old Fencelines: Tales from Rural Texas, Lee Winniford returns home—with a motive and a mission to recapture memories, feelings, and remnants from her childhood, especially as preserved in the ... More
By Leon Bennett
cloth / 978-1-58544-507-3 / $29.95
By Carl Andrew Brannen
Preface by Rolfe L. Hillman Jr. and Peter F. Owen
Afterword by J. P. Brannen
paper / 978-0-89096-791-1 / $18.95
"When America declared war in 1917, I was a few months past eighteen years of age and just finishing my first year in college. By the time I ... More

Richard S. Faulkner

cloth / 978-1-60344-297-8 / $29.95
This important new history of the development of a leadership corps of officers during World War I opens with a gripping narrative of the battlefield heroism of Cpl. ... More
Virginia Bernhard
hardcover / 978-1-62349-598-5 / $32.00 s
Historian Virginia Bernhard has deftly woven together the memoirs and letters of three American soldiers—Henry Sheahan, Mike Hogg, and George Wythe—to capture a vivid, poignant portrayal of what ... More
By Douglas V. Johnson II and Rolfe L. Hillman Jr.
cloth / 978-0-89096-893-2 / $29.95

"It is the last five percent of possible exertion that often wins the battle." Brigadier Gen. Hanson Ely's statement best exemplifies the efforts of his troops as

By Peter F. Owen
cloth / 978-1-58544-599-8 / $32.50
paper / 978-1-62349-156-7 / $22.95
Scholars and historians offer several theories for the crippling losses suffered by the American Expeditionary Forces on the battlefields of World War I: inexperience, poor leadership, hasty expansion ... More
By José A. Ramírez
cloth / 978-1-60344-136-0 / $29.95
Winner of the 2009 Robert A. Calvert Prize

In January 1917, German foreign minister Arthur Zimmermann sent a telegram to Germany’s Mexican ambassador, authorizing the offer of U.S. territory

By Hugh S. Thompson
Edited by Robert H. Ferrell
cloth / 978-1-58544-290-4 / $29.95
Trench Knives and Mustard Gas: With the 42nd Rainbow Division in France is the memoir of a soldier on the front lines of World War I. Hugh Thompson’s memoirs ... More