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War Gave Us Wings: Australia's Contribution to the Empire Air Training Scheme 1940-1945 By Col King
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This book details the gigantic British Empire Air Training Scheme - 1940-1945 - created for production of hundreds of thousands of airmen for use by the Royal Air Force during World War2. This vast... More > scheme is outlined and detailed. The training is presented in personal accounts. The men who then experienced action against the enemy give their stories of air battles, capture, and escapes. The final chapters are filled with historical and technical material illustrating how the Allies achieved air supremacy - an astounding achievement, leading to victory. The book contains 62 illustrations.< Less
cookbook By Sandy Cols
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This little book contains 174 recipes of favorite dishes I've made over the last 30+ years of cooking for my family. The title is "Family Favorites Cookbook" (that boring title above was... More > just supposed to be while I was trying to figure out how lulu works, but the name stayed!)< Less
The Lt. Col.'s Cap By David Renton
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Biography of Lt. Col. Charles L. Miller. An inspiring story of personal determination and action.
The Border Spy or, The Beautiful Captive of the Rebel Camp, A Story of the War By Lieut. Col. Hazeltine
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Round Trip to the Morgue By Col. Robert G. Rogers
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Round Trip to the Morgue follows one young man's journey from mill town to military decoration. Tracking Robert Rogers' early desire to fly, his near fatal roundtrip (following a horrific automobile... More > accident) and his battle to recovery and honor at the stick of a single-engine fighter in Korea.< Less
Round Trip to the Morgue By Col. Robert G. Rogers
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Round Trip to the Morgue follows one young man's journey from mill town to military decoration. Tracking Robert Rogers' early desire to fly, his near fatal roundtrip (following a horrific automobile... More > accident) and his battle to recovery and honor at the stick of a single-engine fighter in Korea.< Less
Why the Soldier Matters: Essays on Ancient & Modern Warfare By Col. Ardant du Picq
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This edition of Col. du Picq's masterpiece on combat is published with a modern essay on "tactical intuition" by Maj. Brian Reinwald (US Army), who affirms that du Picq's work is more... More > relevant than ever. What determines victory? While all other circumstances change with time, the human heart remains the starting point in matters pertaining to war. The individual soldier's endurance and sacrifice are the key to every battle. In ancient and modern combat, Col. du Picq explores the "man of history and the man of today," whose courage or collapse determines victory or defeat. He simultaneously illuminates Hannibal's victory at Cannae, Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, and the allied success in World War I, so that the reader may grasp something of the soul as well as the science of combat, made intelligible in simple terms of human beings and applicable by us to today's Baghdad and Fallujah just as well as by du Picq to the great victories and defeats of history. (Orig. title: Battle Studies)< Less
Confederate Military History -Mississippi By Col. Charles E. Hooker
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Col. Charles E. Hooker, of Jackson, Miss., author of the military history of that State, entered the Confederate service in 1861 as a volunteer in the First Mississippi regular artillery, and was... More > captain of his company during the siege of Vicksburg, when he lost his left arm. He was surrendered with the army under General Pemberton, and upon being exchanged was promoted to colonel and assigned to duty as a member of the military court for the army of Mississippi. He was leading counsel in the defense of President Jefferson Davis during the trial at Richmond: was selected as the orator for the reunion of the United Confederate veterans at Atlanta, July, 1898, and as a citizen of Mississippi since the war has had honorable prominence as attorney-general for two terms, and member of Congress for sixteen years.< Less
History of the Fourteenth Ohio By Col. J. A. Chase
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Revised edition. The Fourteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment was Northwest Ohio’s first regiment raised for the Civil War, and was that state's first unit to see action – near a small... More > Western Virginia town called Philippi. This book is the only official history of that regiment ever written. It was originally published in 1881 and for many years was out of print. Regimental historian Kathleen A. Jones has now transcribed this book, including its rosters, added notes and illustrations, and is once again making it available to the public. Also included in this edition is new material originally prepared as presentations and featuring various aspects of the regiment.< Less
The Adventures of Buffalo Bill By Col. William F. Cody
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WITH the death of William Frederick Cody, at Denver on January 10, 1917, there passed away the last of that intrepid band of pathfinders who gave their lives to the taming of the West, a gallant... More > company of brave men steadfastly pushing back the frontier year by year and mile by mile, and ceasing from their labors only when the young and vigorous life of the Pacific States had been linked up for all time with the older civilization of the Atlantic seaboard.< Less