STEEL THUNDER ON THE EASTERN FRONT by Stackpole Books, Text by Michael Olive -- A visual history of the artillery used by the Germans and Russians on the Eastern Front in World War II. Features hundreds of photos, most of them from private collections around the world, depicting artillery pieces, other equipment, and the men who crewed the guns. A color insert shows preserved guns and ammunition. This is an ideal reference for military history fans, scholars, modelers, and reenactors.
"He wrote that I would find the trip a very enjoyable adventure if I was fond of changing tires and digging a car out of sand pits and mud holes." Bellamy Partridge, a 1912 traveler thinking about a cross-country trip, reporting on the advice given to him by A.L.Westgard, the pathfinder for AAA. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/LincolnHighwayHeritageByway
STOP THE REVOLUTION by Thomas McGuire -- The fascinating story surrounding the British effort to bring the American Revolution to a peaceful end. Examines the fateful September 11, 1776, meeting on Staten Island between British Admiral Lord Richard Howe and Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Edward Rutledge and offers a compelling glimpse into politics, military diplomacy, and American character at the dawn of independence.
THE DEFENSE OF MOSCOW 1941 by JACK RADEY AND CHARLES SHARP Compelling study of how the Soviets inflicted a stunning defeat on the Germans during the early years of World War II, based on archival records from both sides to shatter old myths about this battle