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Micro Melee: Black Watch By Bennett P. Lacy
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This book contains 15 company level scenarios that chronicle the II Canadian Corps' struggle during Operation Spring. It also features one of Canada's most celebrated battalions, The Black Watch, as... More > they stormed Verrières Ridge that fateful day on 25 July 1944. Although written for Micro Melee, it will translate well to most company level rules.< Less
Micro Melee: Black Watch By Bennett P. Lacy
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This book contains 15 company level scenarios that chronicle the II Canadian Corps' struggle during Operation Spring. It also features one of Canada's most celebrated battalions, The Black Watch, as... More > they stormed Verrières Ridge that fateful day on 25 July 1944. Although written for Micro Melee, it will translate well to most company level rules.< Less
The Cools Brothers: World War II (Collector's Edition) By Alexander Bourg
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This is about three brothers watching each other's back during the battles of Midway, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. The experience of war can be hard on anyone, the Cools brothers find out in this issue
The Cools Brothers: World War II (Collector's Edition) By Alexander Bourg
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This is about three brothers watching each other's back during the battles of Midway, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. The experience of war can be hard on anyone, the Cools brothers find out in this issue
TURTLE MOON By Janie Quinn Storck
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Curtis Edson, twelve, though looking forward to summer, is dealing with loneliness and worries about his mother. It is 1942 and World War II is raging. Living near Sebastian Inlet, in Florida,... More > Curtis and his mother are experiencing the results of the war. They both miss his father who joined the Navy. Despite this, his house, the thatched saw palmetto-fronds hideout--he and his father built--and the beach remain his special world. Into that world comes Jakob who reminds Curtis of his father. Jakob who is an injured seaman from a cargo ship bombed by a German U-boat off the coast. As he heals at Curtis's hideout, they become friends. He listens to Curtis talk with interest. He joins Curtis in watching a sea turtle lay eggs. He helps drive away the loneliness. But soon Curtis finds himself and everyone he cares about--his mother, his three-legged dog, Bandit, and the neighbors--in danger. And Curtis must deal with that danger before it is too late. (Ages 8-12)< Less
The Walls and the Gates Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates : Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
Flight Log By Larry Houghton
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Flight Log is a nostalgic journey of one man's quest to learn how to fly. Starting as a young boy during WWII building model airplanes and watching both parents fly, he gets his first flying lesson... More > at age ten. Though circumstances delay further training, a pilot's license is still his dream. For those who wonder what it's like learning to fly, Flight Log will take you there. Experience the author's thrill of soloing and ultimately paying his father back as his first passenger. Climb aboard and see what civilian aviation used to be.< Less
U.S. Navy Towing Manual By Naval Sea Systems Command
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Modern Navy towing, as we perceive it today, began at the beginning of World War II. Prior to WWII, the Navy owned few salvage ships of its own and depended heavily on contracted assets to perform... More > the duties of towing and salvage. Merritt-Chapman and Scott was one of the premier towing and salvage contractors of the day and maintained an inventory of assets. They held a contract with the Navy to perform ship salvage on an asneeded, no cure-no pay basis. As the US watched the war in Europe develop, the need for specialized vessels and a dedicated service became apparent. The Royal Navy of Great Britain was forced into performing these tasks as German U-boats inflicted damage throughout the military and commercial fleet. Performing towing and salvage services on damaged vessels was most often a faster and cheaper way of putting the necessary tonnage back into service.< Less