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Joel Ira Holwitt
cloth / 978-1-60344-083-7 / $37.50
paper / 978-1-62349-061-4 / $19.95

“ . . . until now how the Navy managed to instantaneously move from the overt legal restrictions of the naval arms treaties that bound submarines to ... More

James R. Woodall
Foreword by Thomas G. Darling
cloth / 978-1-62349-319-6 / $29.95
Following on the success of Texas Aggie Medals of Honor, James R. Woodall now returns with a new book that focuses on the military service by graduates of Texas ... More
By William O. Odom
paper / 978-1-60344-081-3 / $19.95
At the end of the Great War, the U.S. Army faced the challenge of integrating what it had learned in the failures and ultimate success of its war ... More
By Herman Bodson
cloth / 978-0-89096-607-5 / $29.95
paper / 978-1-58544-265-2 / $19.95 s
As German pressure on Europe escalated in the late 1930s, a young Belgian pacifist completing his Ph.D. in chemistry watched with horror the preparation for the inevitable ... More
By Otis Hays Jr.
cloth / 978-0-89096-711-9 / $39.95 s
Early in World War II, two hundred years after Vitus Bering made the first Siberian connection with Alaska, Russians once again returned to Alaska as part of the ... More
By Barry M. Stentiford
cloth / 978-1-58544-181-5 / $44.95 s
Since colonial times Americans have used the militia to maintain local order during both war and peacetime. States have intermittently created, maintained, deployed, and disbanded countless militia organizations ... More
By Nancy Gentile Ford
cloth / 978-1-58544-118-1 / $32.95
paper / 978-1-60344-132-2 / $19.95
During the First World War, nearly half a million immigrant draftees from forty-six different nations served in the U.S. Army. This surge of Old World soldiers challenged the ... More
By James H. McRandle
cloth / 978-0-89096-591-7 / $39.50 x
paper / 978-0-89096-611-2 / $18.95 x
Why is war, with all its terror and destruction, so seemingly attractive to humankind? The Antique Drums of War provides a deeply thoughtful and provocative consideration of the sources ... More
By Hal M. Friedman
cloth / 978-1-60344-125-4 / $67.50 x
Between 1945 and 1947, the United States sought an imperial solution to its security problems in the Pacific Basin. Faced with fears of a future Pearl Harbor-style attack ... More
By William L. Richter
cloth / 978-0-89096-282-4 / $35.95 s
One Texan called them "blue-coated dogs of despotism." They were the federal army, and in Texas after the Civil War they were an army of occupation. Their role ... More