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Where Divers Dare
Where Divers Dare Randall Peffer
This is the story of their twenty-year quest to find this 'Holy Grail' of deep-sea diving and their tenacious efforts to dive on this treacherous wreck—and of the stunning clash at sea that sealed its doom and brought the Battle of the Atlantic to America's doorstep.
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A Noble Cause: American Battlefield Victories In Vietnam
A Noble Cause: American Battlefield Victories In Vietnam Douglas Niles
Documenting the invaluable role of a tireless and determined infantry as well as air cavalry divisions and B-52 'Arc Light' air strikes, A Noble Cause chronicles the crucial strategic decisions that led to victory—often against steep odds—and honors the bravery of every soldier who stood his ground, faced the enemy, and gave his all.
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Orchestra of Exiles: The Story of Bronislaw Huberman, the Israel Philharmonic, and the One Thousand Jews He Saved from Nazi Horrors
Orchestra of Exiles: The Story of Bronislaw Huberman, the Israel Philharmonic, and the One Thousand Jews He Saved from Nazi Horrors Josh Aaronson, Denise George
The gripping story of violinist Bronislaw Huberman, who, in 1936, through personal sacrifice and great courage, founded the symphony that became the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and saved on thousand Jewish musicians and their families from Hitler.
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The Mighty Eighth: The Air War in Europe as Told by the Men Who Fought It
The Mighty Eighth: The Air War in Europe as Told by the Men Who Fought It Astor Gerald
In The Mighty Eighth, the men who fought in the greatest air war in human history tell their stories of courage and camaraderie as only those who were there can tell them.
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War of Two: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the Duel that Stunned the Nation
War of Two: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the Duel that Stunned the Nation John Sedgwick
In War of Two, John Sedgwick explores the long-standing conflict between Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and Vice President Aaron Burr. A study in contrasts from birth, they had been compatriots, colleagues, and even friends. But above all they were rivals. Matching each other's ambition and skill as lawyers in New York, they later battled for power along political fault lines that would not only decide the future of the United States, but define it. 
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Such Troops as These: The Genius and Leadership of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson
Such Troops as These: The Genius and Leadership of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson Bevin Alexander
In Such Troops as These, Bevin Alexander presents a compelling case for Jackson as the greatest general in American history. Fiercely dedicated to the cause of Southern independence, Jackson would not live to see the end of the War. But his military legacy lives on and finds fitting tribute in this book.
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When Tigers Ruled the Sky
When Tigers Ruled the Sky Yenne, Bill
In 1940, Pearl Harbor had not yet happened, and America was not yet at war with Japan. But China had been trying to stave off Japanese aggression for three years—and was desperate for aircraft and trained combat pilots.
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Behind Nazi Lines
Behind Nazi Lines Andrew Gerow Hodges
In 1944, hundreds of Allied soldiers were trapped in prisoner-of-war camps off the Atlantic coast of occupied France. Miraculously, local villagers smuggled a message from the camp to the Allied forces – sparking a remarkable quest by an unlikely hero.
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You Don't Lose 'til You Quit Trying
You Don't Lose 'til You Quit Trying Davis, Sammy Lee
You Don’t Lose ’Til You Quit Trying chronicles how his childhood in the American Heartland prepared him for the worst night of his life—and how that night set off a lifetime battling against debilitating injuries, the effects of Agent Orange and an America that was turning on its veterans.
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Liberated Spirits
Liberated Spirits Hugh Ambrose, John Schuttler
A provocative new take on the women behind a perennially fascinating subject--Prohibition--by bestselling author and historian Hugh Ambrose.
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