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Autobiography of George Dewe...George Dewey

George Dewey (December 26, 1837 – January 16, 1917) was an admiral of the United States Navy. He is best known for his victory (without the loss of a single life of his own forces due to combat; one man died of heat stroke) at the Battle of… more

Autobiography of George Dewey, Admiral of the Navy
George Dewey

The Story of Cole Younger (A...Cole Younger

Edited and Annotated by Galen C. Dukes, 2012, with historic photographs and comments added where appropriate.Thomas Coleman “Cole” Younger (January 15, 1844 - March 21, 1916) was an American Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil W… more

The Story of Cole Younger (Annotated)
Cole Younger
The Henneberry Company , English

Boo-Boo and the GeneralNicholas Apostol

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The never before told story of a US General’s love for an English Red Cross volunteer during the early years of the air war over England (1942-19943). Richly illustrated with personal memoires and photographs from the period

Boo-Boo and the General
Nicholas Apostol

Still Having Fun: A Portrait...Candace George Thompson

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This remarkable biography of a military marriage which lasted from 1941 until 2007 includes everything from letters written in war zones to photographs that chronicle the lives and romance of Rex and Bettie George. Written by their daughter… more

Still Having Fun: A Portrait of the Military Marriage of Rex and Bettie George 1941-2007
Candace George Thompson
Published by Westview, Inc. , English

My Navy: The voyage of a sub...Clay Westfall

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Clay Westfall’s decision to join the Navy over thirty years ago wasn’t an easy one. He had no idea what adventures were in store for him, and now, looking back, we can see how it was not only a good decision, but it was the key ingredient … more

My Navy: The voyage of a submarine cook.
Clay Westfall
AuthorHouse , English

Nuts to Butts: Anecdotes fro...R. W. Bishop USN (Ret)

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For Rich Bishop, reporting to basic training for the US Navy was reminiscent of Dorothy leaving Kansas and ending up in Oz. The transition from civilian to navy life overwhelmed Bishop. In Nuts to Butts, he narrates excerpts of his twenty-… more

Nuts to Butts: Anecdotes from a Career in the US Navy
R. W. Bishop USN (Ret)
iUniverse , English

'Rommel?' 'Gunner Who?': A C...Spike Milligan

Spike Milligan’s legendary war memoirs are a hilarious and subversive first-hand account of the Second World War, as well as a fascinating portrait of the formative years of this towering comic genius, most famous as writer and star of The … more

Rommel?’ ‘Gunner Who?’: A Confrontation in the Desert (Milligan Memoirs 2)
Spike Milligan
Penguin , English

The Memoirs of Colonel John ...John S. Mosby

*NOTE: From this Public Domain work, the original publication was, scanned, assembled, proofed, with additional historic photographs and text added as appropriate by the editor. – Galen C. Dukes, 2011.Usually “truth” is supposed to be eithe… more

The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby (Annotated)
John S. Mosby
Little, Brown and Company , English

Victory: Tales of a Tuskegee AirmanLes Williams and Penny L. Williams

WITH THE WORLD ON FIRE, blacks living in the United States put aside their grievances at home to fight for freedom abroad during World War II. One of them, Les Williams, wants to trade in his dancing shoes to become a pilot. But at twenty-t… more

Victory: Tales of a Tuskegee Airman
Les Williams and Penny L. Williams
iUniverse , English

Sea Stories & Navy TalesJohn J Cline

This book is not about combat and war. Nor is it about crime and punishment. Rather, this is a collection of short stories about people; Navy people for the most part, but others too. Mainly, they were people with whom the writer came in co… more

Sea Stories & Navy Tales
John J Cline
Sabre eBooks , English

Dai Uy Hoch: "A Legend In Re...Wesley A. Hoch Lt. CMDR. U.S.N.

“And so it begins, a detailed narrative laid bare … chicken feet and heads floating in soup, disturbing dreams of firing squads, octopus and beetle bugs piled on counters, hoards of vampire mosquitoes, pet puppies most villagers wanted … more

Dai Uy Hoch: “A Legend In Remote Seas”
Wesley A. Hoch Lt. CMDRU.S.N.
Xulon Press , English

Ascent of the Dark EagleUSMC Command and Staff Colle...

Benedict Arnold was a rebel, a patriot, a supremely brave battlefield commander, and George Washington’s most favored general. Beyond those accolades Arnold was “no bit actor but a marquee performer in establishing the conditions that ultim… more

Ascent of the Dark Eagle
USMC Command and Staff College, Andrew Murray
Pennyhill Press , English

The Boy Died In VietnamDon P. Bick

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A raw portrayal of Don’s experience during the Vietnam War, dealing with dead and dying children. He exposes his soul discussing events in his life while coping with PTSD issues, not knowing for 40 years that he was suffering from the disor… more

The Boy Died In Vietnam
Don P. Bick
Don P. Bick , English

Captain John Kemp MBE: A Mas...Eric Kemp

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A lifetime account of Captain John Kemp MBE: from his birth in 1905, in the small Cornish fishing town of St. Ives, and his early experiences growing up before and during the First World War, through to becoming a highly respected Captain i… more

Captain John Kemp MBE: A Master Mariner of the 20th Century
Eric Kemp
United Writers Publications Ltd , English

Southern generals, who they ...William Parker Snow

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Southern generals, who they are, and what they have done (1865)

Southern generals, who they are, and what they have done (1865)
William Parker Snow

Baden-Powell - The Hero of MafekingW. Francis Aitken

Baron Baden-Powell is nowadays remembered best for his work as the founder of the Scouting Movement which has gone on to become a world-wide success; however his initial reputation rested on his military career centred on the Boer War. Colo… more

Baden-Powell - The Hero of Mafeking
W. Francis Aitken
Pickle Partners Publishing , English

Steel My Soldiers' HeartsNeil Stewart

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Steel My Soldiers’ Hearts is the story, from D-Day to the armistice, of a Canadian tank man who fought the campaign in Northwest Europe at the sharp end - told from the fighting man’s perspective. The armoured war involved the main battles… more

Steel My Soldiers’ Hearts
Neil Stewart
Trafford , English

Two Notorious American Leade...Frederick G. Harrison, Edgar...

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Originally published in 1892 as a portion (“Aaron Burr”) of “Biographical Sketches of Preeminent Americans, Volume 1” and in 1894 as a portion (“Patrick Henry”) of “Great Men and Famous Women, Volume VI,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in … more

Two Notorious American Leaders: Benedict Arnold and Aaron Burr (Annotated)
Frederick G. Harrison, Edgar Fawcett
A. J. Cornell Publications , English


The author of this book was motivated to put pen to paper by a sermon that struck him in a way that he’d never felt before. The sermon was called, “Running with Horses”. The message of this sermon was so powerful and moving that he reached … more

Ron Breland