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Featured Review

The Lieutenant Don't Know One Marine's Story of Warfare and Combat Logistics in Afghanistan

Where ever you work: be it in an office, a factory, in sales, or even a library, we all were the new person at some point in our career. Fortunately, most of us didn't need to learn our profession under hostile fire like Lieutenant Clement did. Weathering out a tough situation is never a comfortable proposition, but it is part of the human condition. The realization that learning is still an option is applicable for everyone at all stages of any career. Jeff Clement wrote an interesting and honest account of his failure and victories, I hope we can all learn from it.

HUFFINGTON POST, August 2014


Featured Review

Unsung Eagles True Stories of America’s Citizen Airmen in the Skies of World War II

… the finest compilation of first person accounts of what it is like to go to war in the air…

AIR AND SPACE MAGAZINE , August 2014


Featured Review

Grunt A Pictorial Report on the US Infantry's Gear and Life During the Vietnam War- 1965-1975

Thorough as it could possibly be in research and as good looking in photographical evidence and style. It’s probably one of the first books anyone interested in the grunts in Vietnam would want to buy. It’s of the very best quality.

THE MODELLING NEWS , July 2014


Featured Review

The Battle of the Bridges The 504 Parachute Infantry Regiment in Operation Market Garden

A review cannot do justice to this book-it must be read! For those familiar with the actions of America's airborne soldiery, you will have your beliefs revitalized! Would any other airborne regiment of the U.S. Army have done as well- perhaps- but in this case it was the 504th - and to it must go the laurels of "the Battle of the Bridges"!

AIRBORNE QUARTERLY , July 2014


Featured Review

A Few Lawless Vagabonds Ethan Allen, the Republic of Vermont, and the American Revolution

A different angle on the history of Ethan Allen has come out this year, and it will surprise those who look on Ethan as an untarnished hero.

THE RUTLAND HERALD , July 2014


Featured Review

Into the Dark Water The Story of Three Officers and PT-109

…Domagalski performs a highly proficient job as he brings these skippers, their crews, and their boat to life, in the process emphasizing that while PT-109 remains most closely connected to Kennedy, the little warship had plenty of other adventures before the future president arrived in the South Pacific

STONE AND STONE WORLD WAR II REVIEWS , July 2014


7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution The Founding Fathers, Liberty, and the Struggle for Independence

"...an excellent story teller who paints a clear picture that brings each story alive.The stories make for great illustrations for the lessons learned. The lessons learned are as applicable to the business enterprise as to military leadership. He does a wonderful job of demonstrating liberty as a motivator demonstrating the importance of the individual."

KEPLER'S MILITARY HISTORY, June 2014


Featured Review

Second Front The Allied Invasion of France, 1942-43 (An Alternative History)

The case he invites the reader to examine here is plausibly presented, well articulated, sound in terms of methodology and, ultimately, disturbing because it does look so promising. Of all the players, Churchill would probably have the most to answer for. The book deserves to be read with serious intent and rapt attention.

SPEED READERS REVIEWS , June 2014


Featured Review

The Normandy Battlefields D-Day and the Bridgehead

...details what can be seen on the ground today using a mixture of media to provide a complete overview of the campaign. Maps old and new highlight what has survived and what hasn’t; then-and-now photography allows fascinating comparisons with the images taken at the time—particularly the aerial views—and computer artwork provides graphic details of things that can’t be seen today. A particular aspect of the book that is worthy of note is the photograph captions. A concerted effort has been made to identify not only locations, but also the individuals contained within well known photos - including in some cases their fate, during the battle for Normandy.

THE RECOLLECTIONS OF WWII BLOG, June 2014


With Musket and Tomahawk The Saratoga Campaign and the Wilderness War of 1777

A comprehensive look at the brutal wilderness war that secured America's independence

BOOKS MONTHLY UK, June 2014


With Musket and Tomahawk, Vol. II The Mohawk Valley Campaign in the Wilderness War of 1777

This is the second volume of Michael O. Loguszs epic work on the Wilderness War of 1777, inwhich the British Army, with its German, Loyalist, and Indian auxiliaries, attempted to descendfrom Canada to sever the nascent American colonies, only to be met by Patriot formationscontesting the invasion of their newly declared nation.In his first volume, on the Saratoga campaign, the author described how Burgoynes main thrust was first stalled and then obliterated during its advance down the Hudson River

BOOKS MONTHLY UK, June 2014


Featured Review

Second Front The Allied Invasion of France, 1942-43 (An Alternative History)

What if Vichy France cooperated with the Allies to invade the undefended southern coastline of France? A thorough alternative history.

WORLD WAR II MAGAZINE , May 2014


Featured Review

The Normandy Battlefields D-Day and the Bridgehead

This lushly illustrated coffee table book is aimed at armchair travelers and Normandy visitors alike. The historical text is solid; then then vs now pictures remind us that time heals at least some wounds.

WORLD WAR II MAGAZINE, May 2014


Featured Review

Spearheading D-Day American Special Units in Normandy

For even the most self-assured D-Day savant, it is impossible to read this book and not learn something new, such as the composition of the engineering teams who dealt with obstacles and mines on the beaches. Gawne's research is deep and air-tight, and his grasp of military organizations, uniforms, equipment and weapons borders on the unbelievable. "It is easy to list items carried and uniforms worn, but no writing can capture the shaking voice a man has when he talks of the sea running red with the blood of his friends," Gawne writes poignantly.

JOHN MCMANUS, WALL STREET JOURNAL, May 2014


Tomorrow is D-Day

For nearly 70 years Stella Rutter told no one, not even her husband, how she hosted a party for 60 senior allied commanders to take their minds off the war for a few hours on the eve of D-Day...It is only now that she feels able to discuss the evening in June 1944 and has written about the party in her memoir...."

TIMES ONLINE (UK), May 2014


Featured Review

The Battle of the Bridges The 504 Parachute Infantry Regiment in Operation Market Garden

"Through years of painstaking research and close contact with 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment veterans, Frank van Lunteren has added much to our understanding of Market Garden. On these pages, the human story comes to life, sometimes tragic, sometimes amusing, but always poignant and compelling."

JOHN C. MCMANUS, PH.D., AUTHOR OF SEPTEMBER HOPE: THE AMERICAN SIDE OF A BRIDGE TOO FAR AND THE DEAD AND THOSE ABOUT TO DIE, D-DAY: THE BIG RED ONE AT OMAHA BEACH, May 2014


Featured Review

Special Operations in the American Revolution

...a satisfying combination of the well-known, such as the capture of Fort Ticonderoga, to the relatively obscure, such as the exploits throughout much of the war of Patriot Benjamin Whitcomb and his rangers in the area between Fort Ticonderoga and Montreal.

JOURNAL OF AMERICA'S MILITARY PAST , March 2014


Featured Review

7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution The Founding Fathers, Liberty, and the Struggle for Independence

This book succeeds on several levels. It is without question a great read. Some of the stories are well known, but none better told....The advice in this book is eminently practical. Antal describes how leadership works in clear, concise, jargon free terms that make discussing the art of leadership both engaging and accessible.

ARMY MAGAZINE, February 2014


Featured Review

Special Operations in the American Revolution

Tonsetic is a skilled and knowledgeable historian who provides a well crafted important study of a relatively neglected aspect of the Revolutionary War....Highly recommended

CHOICE, December 2013


Featured Review

7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution The Founding Fathers, Liberty, and the Struggle for Independence

In a superb blend of history and leadership, John Antal has written another 'must read' book that I highly recommend. After an outstanding career as a U.S. Army officer, Colonel Antal has drawn on his own vast experience as a proven 'leader of character' to pass along leadership lessons he derives from the actions of the United States' Founding Fathers. Antal wrote that "It has been an honor to write and talk about the leadership of those who won our Liberty," and his respect for the courage and sacrifice of those leaders during the American Revolution is clearly evident in this outstanding book. Antal is a lifelong student of history, and his mastery of the subject stands out as he uses carefully chosen historical examples to illustrate the leadership lessons. I recommend this book as a key addition to the personal library of anyone interested in leadership, history and the 1775-1783 struggle in which the United States won its independence.

JERRY MORELOCK, EDITOR ARMCHAIR GENERAL , December 2013


Special Operations in the American Revolution

The author is a very good story teller. He brings the events to life through the stories of the participants. The book fills a void in the literature of the American Revolution. Added bonuses are the book's bibliography. It is excellent. The operational maps and photos also compliment the narrative. … It is a must addition to the library of every military historian as well as students of the American revolutionary War. Dr. Tonsetic has crafted an exciting book.

KEPLER'S MILITARY HISTORY , September 2013


Featured Review

7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution The Founding Fathers, Liberty, and the Struggle for Independence

"At last, a leadership book written by a real leader! A fine historian, delightful writer and, vitally, a superb combat-arms officer revered by his peers in uniform, Colonel Antal has given us a book that's both a pleasure to read and eminently useful for those "in command" of organizations of any kind. A stimulating five-star work you'll keep on top of your desk!"

RALPH PETERS, FOX NEWS STRATEGIC ANALYST AND AUTHOR OF CAIN AT GETTYSBURG , June 2013


Featured Review

1781 The Decisive Year of the Revolutionary War

“…a good story and Tonsetic tells it well…There is always tension in a survey like this about the ratio between the generalities and details. Similarly, in a book about one year of a long war, there is also tension between providing or assuming background knowledge about the historical and strategic setting. Authors grapple with what needs explanation and what the audience should already know. Tonsetic handles these tensions ably. He moves the reader nimbly from broad brush to detailed descriptions…covers matters that full histories of the war ignore or mention only in passing.”

PARAMETERS , June 2013


Featured Review

With Musket and Tomahawk, Vol. II The Mohawk Valley Campaign in the Wilderness War of 1777

"Logusz does an excellent job outlining the Battle of Oriskany, where an initial Patriot relief force coming to the aid of Fort Stanwix was ambushed and almost wiped out. . . . fascinating, well documented, and occasionally thought provoking.

THE JOURNAL OF AMERICA’S MILITARY PAST, April 2013


1781 The Decisive Year of the Revolutionary War

"Robert L. Tonsetic brings his extensive military experience and his academic training to the task. He is at his best when he delves into the battles themselves. Tonsetic thoroughly details the maneuvers of individual units and carefully goes over other factors such as terrain. . . This material will definitely be of interest to military historians and buffs . . ."—The Journal of Southern History

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN HISTORY, March 2013


Featured Review

General Albert C. Wedemeyer America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II

“The generals who ponder these crucial questions have always been less heralded than those who led through smoke and fire. This makes John J. McLaughlin's study of one of the U.S. Army's key planners all the more welcome… The overriding argument of this biography is that an American visionary was sacrificed on the altar of Allied harmony. Historians such as the late John Keegan have praised Wedemeyer as "one of the most farsighted and intellectual military minds America has ever produced." … John J McLaughlin is to be applauded for shining a light on one of the least known U.S. commanders of the war.”

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL , September 2012


Jump Commander In Combat with the 505th and 508th Parachute Infantry Regiments, 82nd Airborne Division in World War II

“…well worthwhile book covering the story of the US 82 Airborne Division and one of their finest unit commanders.”

MILITARY MODELING.COM , July 2012


With Musket and Tomahawk, Vol. II The Mohawk Valley Campaign in the Wilderness War of 1777

“Using colorful storytelling techniques, Logusz captures the personalities of those individuals who played a pivotal role in the outcome of the Mohawk Valley Campaign…breathes dramatic life into a depiction of the long standing alliances and rivalries that fueled Patriot and Loyalist causes in the region, while describing how neighbors, families, friends and foes were caught up in Burgoyne’s doomed play.”

TOY SOLDIER AND MODEL FIGURE , June 2012


With Musket and Tomahawk The Saratoga Campaign and the Wilderness War of 1777

“..does an excellent job of covering the Saratoga Campaign….”

JOURNAL OF AMERICA'S MILITARY PAST, July 2011


With Musket and Tomahawk The Saratoga Campaign and the Wilderness War of 1777

“…a fresh approach…makes a solid contribution to understanding the campaign…”

MILITARY HISTORY OF THE WEST , December 2010


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