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From Texas to Tiesnach By Walt Cross
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This is the unit history of the 457th Anti-aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion of WWII. This unit served primarily attached to the 4th U.S. Armored Division in the European Theater of... More > Operations. Although edited for clarity, this is a reconstruction of the unit history provided each soldier of the unit at the end of WWII. It traces the 457th from activation to the Normandy landing and across Europe. Contains unit personnel rosters. This book is about real soldiers, real combat, real history! Illustrated, 158 pages.< Less
Motorless Morons By Carmel Elario Lopez
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The Personal Account of a WWII U.S. Glider Pilot
Motorless Morons By Carmel Elario Lopez
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The Personal Account of a WWII U.S. Glider Pilot
So Help Me God: Adventures of a WWII Army Nurse By Elizabeth Czizek Feldt
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Libby Feldt treats the reader to a delightful first-person account as a young nurse commissioned in the Army Nurse Corps and deployed in France and Germany during World War II, 1944-1946. We see her... More > commitment begin by taking the oath of office from her father in their Dubuque, Iowa living room, develop at basic training in Colorado, and get honed during the Atlantic Ocean crossing to England. Her unit's orders are to establish the 200th General Hospital in France after its recent liberation from Germany. We follow Libby and her friends through England, France and Germany and hear of their encounters with the Glenn Miller Band, Bob Hope and General Patton. We celebrate Armistice and mourn the ravages of war. Libby Feldt's story is a tribute to the indefatigable spirit of a young nurse.< Less
Airborne Assault on Holland: An Interim Report By U.S. AAF
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Highlights the role of airpower as the Allies attempted to penetrate the Siegfried Line and reflects the circumstances of the time. Allied airborne and glider-borne units converged on Arnhem.... More > Unfortunately, stiff German resistance forced their eventual withdrawal. This boldly conceived operation involved the Eighth and Ninth Air Forces in a variety of missions: troop transport, fighter escort, flak neutralization, air cover, and re-supply of ground forces. Originally published shortly after key air campaigns, the Wings at War series captures the spirit and tone of America's World War II experience. Eyewitness accounts of Army Air Forces' aviators and details from the official histories enliven the story behind important AAF operations. Originally published in 1945 by HQ, Army Air Forces, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Washington, DC. This is the edition reprinted in 1992 by the Center for Air Force History, Washington, DC. 62 pages, 2 photos, 1 cover illustration, 6 maps.< Less
359th Fighter Group, 1943-1945 By Thomas H. Raines
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Merriam Press Military Reprint 6. Pictorial history of the 359th Fighter Group (Headquarters Squadron and 368th, 369th and 370th Fighter Squadrons), 448th Air Service Group (Headquarters and Base... More > Service Squadron), 824th Air Engineering Squadron, 648th Air Materiel Squadron, and 3rd Gunnery, Tow-Target Flight, Eighth Air Force, USAAF, based at East Wretham. The Group flew 346 missions in P-47s and, later, P-51s, between 13 December 1943 and 20 April 1945. Officially credited with 373 aerial kills, 23 probables, and 185 damaged. They destroyed 364 locomotives and over 1,000 rail cars, and destroyed and damaged hundreds of military vehicles. Narrative plus numerous facts and data. First Reprint Edition (July 2012). 514 photos, including portraits of all pilots, plus aircraft, operations, and combat.< Less
The Fighting 36th By Richard A. Huff
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Merriam Press World War 2 History Series. Reprint of a pictorial history of the 36th "Texas" Infantry Division in World War II. This book is intended to convey a first-hand recollection of... More > the battles they fought and the places they saw. No one volume could begin to do this completely nor to cite individual honors as they ought to be told. Therefore it is a very general story about the 36th Division ad names are rarely mentioned in the body of the text. The story of the 36th at Salerno, at the Rapido, in the Vosges and through the Siegfried, is a grim one which the pictures available can only partially portray. 409 photos, 26 maps. First Reprint Edition (2012).< Less
Differences between forecasts and actual performance regarding EU Member States adherence to the Maastricht criteria: The Greek Case By Stefano Pilato
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The truth may be hidden behind a set of variables strongly intertwined, such as the precarious state of the Greek statistical institutes who had the task of monitoring the condition of the country in... More > order to report to the Commission, perhaps the failure by the Council and Commission to clearly assess the trend of the national budget, and perhaps the desire to accommodate the Hellenic Republic - birthplace of western culture, home for centuries and centuries of democracy, Western philosophy, medicine, historiography, theater and founder of the mathematical principles and of the Olympic Games in 776 BC, within the Eurosystem.< Less
The Lost Girl By D. H. Lawrence
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A classic Lawrence novel of sensual awakening and the yearning for freedom and winner of the 1920 James Tait Black Memorial Prize The daughter of well-to-do trades people in the fictional mining... More > town of Woodhouse, Alvina Houghton struggles to find excitement in her provincial surroundings and worries that she is condemned to become an old maid. After plans to elope with her lover to Australia and train as a nurse in London lead to nothing, she joins a traveling theater group and succumbs to the charms of the dark, passionate Italian Ciccio. This edition also contains pictures, personal notes, and other critical primary source material.< Less
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF... By Jene Coe
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Journal of letters back home about first hand experiences of USO performers in the European Theater in 1945.

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