This is the story of a small Coast Guard Cutter and her crew on an epic voyage across the Pacific in the period between 1966 and 1968 which included service in Vietnam.
Veteran who overcame disability.
Nicholas Lambros has written a novel that brings three siblings, two brothers and their younger sister, into The Great War of 1914-1918.
Best-selling author Neal Bascomb’s The Winter Fortress recounts a real-life operation to stop Nazi nuclear efforts, drawn from intriguing new historical research about the epic story of the greatest act of sabotage of World War II.
Say the words "Army wife," and what often comes to mind is the image of a teary-eyed woman running to hug her returning combat soldier-husband or a caricature based on a slickly produced reality TV show. The Immortals is different. This stunning first novel full of emotion addresses the truth of the female predicament -- the unsung heroes who are left behind on the home front of war. We experience the love and challenges between husband and wife, we feel the closeness of mother and daughter, and we bond with the most unlikely of women.
CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — Three Cliffside Park sixth-graders wrote and published a book honoring veterans. Angela Kohout, Madeline Murillo and Elizabeth Sagi wrote "Daddy's Heart, My Heart, The Purple Heart." The book explores the impact of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on veterans and their families. Proceeds will be donated to Cliffside Park School No. 3.
Telling the story of World War II and the generation who served in it, through their personal experiences and perspectives.
Touching new memoir from Korean War Veteran Kenneth J. LaRue about growing up in Norfolk, NY and his experiences of being a 1st Cavalry Soldier in the Korean War and Occupied Japan.
Great Americans: The Founders, the first volume in a new series of e-books, is about Americans who changed history. It is suitable for history buffs who want a quick refresher or for younger readers who are new to the study of the colonial and Revolutionary War era.