New Arrivals · History

May 24, 2019
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Assad or we burn the country : how one family's lust for power destroyed Syria

May 23, 2019
Dagher, Sam, author.
New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2019.
xxvi, 564 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
A Pulitzer Prize-nominated reporter and former prisoner of the pro Assad militia presents a revisionist account of the Syrian Civil War that incorporates previously unpublished details about the origins and persistence of its human atrocities.

Every man a hero : a memoir of D-Day, the first wave at Omaha Beach, and a world at war

May 23, 2019
Lambert, Ray (Arnold Ray), author.
New York : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2019]
xvii, 283 pages, 16 pages of unnumbered plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
"Seventy-five years ago, he hit Omaha Beach with the first wave. Now Ray Lambert, ninety-eight years old, delivers one of the most remarkable memoirs, a tour-de-force of remembrance evoking his role as a decorated World War II medic who risked his life to save the heroes of D-Day."--Publisher's description.

The impeachers : the of trial of Andrew Johnson and the dream of a just nation

May 22, 2019
Wineapple, Brenda, author.
New York : Random House, [2019]
xxix, 543 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Mars -- Magnificent intentions -- The accidental president -- Moses -- The South victorious -- Not a 'white man's government' -- Reconciliation -- Civil rights -- Mutual concessions, mutual hostilities -- Andy's swing around the circle -- Resistance -- Tenure of office -- A revolutionary period -- The Rubicon is crossed -- The president's message -- A blundering, roaring lear -- Striking at a king -- Impeachment -- The high court -- All the president's men -- The trial, first round -- The trial -- The beginning of the end -- Cankered and crude -- The demented Moses of Tennessee -- The crowning struggle -- The cease of majesty -- Let us have peace -- Human rights.
"When Lincoln was assassinated and Andrew Johnson became President, a fraught time in America became perilous. Congress was divided over how Reconstruction should be accomplished and the question of black suffrage. The South roiled with violence, lawlessness, and efforts to preserve the pre-Civil War society. Andrew Johnson--chosen as Vice President for electability, because he was a Southern Democrat--had no interest in following Lincoln's agenda. With the unchecked power of executive orders, Johnson pardoned the rebel states and their leaders, opposed black suffrage, and called Reconstruction unnecessary. Congress decided to take action against a President who acted like a king. With extensive research and profound insights, Brenda Wineapple makes this overlooked historical period come alive with important new insights. The impeachment--the first in American history--was the last-ditch, patriotic effort make the goals of the Civil War a reality, and to make the Union one again"-- Provided by publisher.

Complete medical record of President Garfield's case, containing all of the official bulletins, from the date of the shooting to the day of his death, together with the official autopsy, made September 20, 1881, and a diagram showing the course taken by the ball

May 22, 2019
Wimer, Charles A., compiler.
Washington, D.C. : C.A. Wimer, 1881.
106 pages : facsimile, diagram ; 22 cm
The two preliminary leaves (t.-p. and preface) duplicated.
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Room has paper wrappers, stitched with thread.

Stryker : the siege of Sadr City

May 21, 2019
Ludwig, Konrad R. K., author.
xxxi, 410 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
Preliminary pages split between beginning (ix) and end (xi-xxxi) of text.

Membership cards of the Hamilton County, Ohio Chapter of the Gold Star Mothers

May 20, 2019
[Cincinnati, Ohio] : [Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County], 2016-2018.
volumes : illustrations (some color), facsimiles ; 30 cm
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings and Gold Star Mothers documents regarding the deaths of United States military personnel who were killed in action.
Cover title.
v. 2. Leon M. Mack (Mack/Segal) ; James E. Mack (Mack/Slagiter) ; Curtis M. Mahoney Jr. ; George C. Maringer ; Milton Marlatt ; Edward L. McGurk ; William McNay, Jr. ; John E. Meyers ; Rolland E. Mitchum ; Russell A. Mofford ; Charles E. Mohr ; Robert C. Molter ; Donald F. Morgan ; Albert J. Mueller ; David C. Muething ; Martin M. Mugavin ; John A. Murphy ; Paul E. Neumann ; Leroy J. Nichols ; Robert J. Nieman ; Stanley C. Niemoeller ; James R. Nolte ; Albert C. Oehler ; Paul R. Ohlhaut ; Mike Orite ; Eugene E. Ott ; Robert G. Parrott ; David F. Patrick ; Milo S. Pitt (Pitt-Ultsch) ; Robert R. Pogue ; Richard L. Powell ; Ralph Priestle ; Theodore F. Ramsey ; Francis E. Reagan (Reagan-Kern) ; James Reed ; Richard Russell Regus ; Joseph Rennick ; Fred C. Riebel, Jr. ; Neil Roddy ; Kermit G. Rohlfer ; Thomas J. Rolandelli ; John B. Romer ; John J. Rosenhoffer ; Howard P. Rowe ; Raymond E. Ruberg ; Elmer J. Rundy ;
Gold Star Mothers from the Hamilton County Chapter had provided information about the deceased including name and rank, branch of service, date of death, serial number, and other information. This is a beginning point of this research.--Introduction.

A World War II story : the letters of Harry E. Geron and family

May 20, 2019
Geron, Harry E., author.
[United States?] : [publisher not identified] [between 2010 and 2019]
2 volumes : illustrations, facsimiles ; 27 cm
"Harry E. Geron was born in Donnelsville, Ohio on July 26, 1922, the son of Harry E. and Agnes Z. (Otstot) Geron. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in the Army Air Corps. He and his wife, Patricia F. (Perryman) married in 1946, settled in Springfield, Ohio, and had four sons: Michael E., Terry A., Patrick A., and Kevin J. He was employed by the International Harvester Company from 1960 through 1984, having been appointed to management in 1977, and was employed as chief paint layout and design engineer. He was a member of St. Teresa Catholic Church, where he was appointed to the parish council. He was chairman of the Boy Scouts Troop 80 Committee, was past president of the Springfield Engineers Club, past president of the George Rogers Clark Chapter of the Ohio Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, member of the National Trails Lions Club, and was past president of the Navistar Retired Management Association. He had seven grandchildren. He died on Mary 18, 1991 and is buried in St. Bernard Cemetery in Springfield, Ohio"--Back cover.
A collection of letters that were written by Harry E. Geron and his family. Geron was a soldier in the United States Army Air Forces during World War 2. Geron joined the Army in 1943, was originally stationed in the San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center in San Antonio, Texas, transferred to Perin Field in Denison, Texas, and then was stationed on the West Coast of the United States. Letters range in date from January 12, 1943-September 24, 1945.

Rocket man : nuclear madness and the mind of Donald Trump

May 16, 2019
226 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Will President Trump destroy civilization or win the Nobel Peace Prize? Humankind's survival feels like a jump ball that could go either way. We are perched on a precipice, and the reason we are looking into an abyss of nuclear annihilation is that the American president has unencumbered, unilateral control over the nuclear codes. One thing we know for sure is that the mind of Donald Trump is currently in control of our fate. Never before have the nuclear codes been in the hands of a man who many observers view as unstable and erratic. The twenty-four experts who contributed to this book analyze President Trump's behavior hoping to provide insights into what may be the most urgent question of our time. What will Trump do with his zbig button?y

Being numerous : essays on non-fascist life

May 16, 2019
Lennard, Natasha, author.
London ; New York : Verso, 2019.
133 pages ; 22 cm
This book draws on essays that have appeared in The Evergreen Review, Real Life, Vice, Esquire, The Nation, Salon, Logic, Fusion, and The New Inquiry.
Includes index.
"Beginning with an interrogation of what it means to fight fascism, Natasha Lennard explores the limits of individual rights, the criminalization of political dissent, the myths of radical sex, and the ghosts in our lives. At once politically committed and philosophically capacious, Being Numerous is a revaluation of the idea that the personal is political, and situates as the central question of our time—How can we live a non-fascist life?"--Inside dust jacket.

Land of hope : an invitation to the great American story

May 16, 2019
McClay, Wilfred M., author.
New York : Encounter Books, [2019]
459 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm

Leap of faith : hubris, negligence, and America's greatest foreign policy tragedy

May 16, 2019
Mazarr, Michael J., 1965- author.
xiv, 512 pages ; 25 cm
Understanding a tragedy -- The origins of a conviction -- A new sheriff in town -- The terrible shadow of 9/11 -- Justifying invasion -- Muddling toward war -- A juggernaut for war -- "All is TBD"-on the verge of war -- The aftermath -- Lessons.
"A single disastrous choice in the wake of 9/11-the decision to use force to remove Saddam Hussein from power-did enormous damage to the wealth, well-being, and reputation of the United States. Few errors in U.S. foreign policy have had longer-lasting or more harmful consequences. Yet how the decision came to be made remains shrouded in mystery and mythology. To this day, even the principal architects of the war cannot agree on it. Michael Mazarr has interviewed dozens of players involved in the deliberations about the invasion of Iraq and has reviewed all the documents so far declassified. He paints a devastating of portrait of an administration fueled by righteous conviction yet undercut by chaotic processes, rivalrous agencies, and competing egos. But more than the product of one bungling administration, the invasion of Iraq emerges here as a tragically typical example of modern U.S. foreign policy fiascos. Leap of Faith asks profound questions about the limits of US power and the accountability for its use. It offers lessons urgently relevant to stave off similar disasters-today and in the future."--Inside dust jacket.

Restored Ohio : history brought back to life

May 15, 2019
Morris, Glenn, author, photographer.
[Place of publication not identified] : Arcadia Publishing by arrangement with Fonthill Media LLC, 2019.
128 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm

The 1960s : key themes and documents

May 14, 2019
Olson, James Stuart, 1946- author.
xxxv, 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Introduction: An era of change -- The encyclopedia -- Primary documents -- Sample document-based essay question (DBQ) -- Top tips for answering document-based essay questions -- Appendix A: Chronology of the 1960s -- Appendix B: Period learning objectives for students -- Appendix C: Listing of biographical entries -- Appendix D: Listing of entries related to Supreme Court cases and acts of Congress.
This book provides readers with an overview of the key political, social, and cultural concepts of the 1960s. Topical and biographical entries, primary documents, document-based essay questions and top tips, and period-specific learning objectives are also included.

Lightning sky : a U.S. fighter pilot captured during WWII and his father's quest to find him

May 14, 2019
George, R. C., author.
New York, NY Citadel Press, [2019]
xiv, 290 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
A true stories of faith and perseverance to come out of World War II. On October 6, 1944, twenty-year-old Army Air Corps Second Lieutenant David "Mac" Warren MacArthur was on a strafing mission over Greece when his P-38 Lightning was struck over the Adriatic Sea. Catptured by the Germans, he spent the duration of the war shuttled from camp to camp. Meanwhile, his father, Lieutenant Colonel Vaughn MacArthur, a chaplain with the 8th Armored Division of Patton's Third Army, never stopped searching for his son. In May, 1945 he finally found him at Stalag VII-A in Moosburg, Germany--Jacket.

An American woman living in Egypt : life during the Islamic takeover

May 13, 2019
Berens, Cheri, author.
257 pages ; 23 cm
Egypt 101 -- The Revolution: U.S. Involvement -- The Christian origins of the Quran -- The beginning of the end -- The end.
"Cheri Berens was doing research and had settled into married life with her Egyptian husband when the Arab Spring began. Quickly recognizing that western media was concealing the truth, Cheri began documenting the events that were taking place. The violent protests & chaos distracted the public while the Muslim Brotherhood censored and arrested members of the media, removed judges and replaced police with members of Islamist militias. Egyptian history was removed from textbooks and replaced with Islamic History. Only an Islamic identity was acceptable to the Muslim Brotherhood. Though the final process was implemented in a matter of months, the foundation of takeover had been long laid. The Muslim Brotherhood had placed activists inside universities and the Islamification began by altering the minds of Egypt's youth.Through personal experiences, Cheri unfolds a fascinating story of a foreign culture and illustrates how Egypt's culture was being systematically removed and replaced with Islam. Cheri exposes the Arab Spring for what it was --including U.S. involvement and fully demonstrates why there is a similar crisis lurking subversively inside America and exposes Islam for the devious system of takeover that it is"--from Back cover.

The British are coming : the war for America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777

May 10, 2019
Atkinson, Rick, author.
New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2019.
xviii, 776 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 24 cm
"Rick Atkinson, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning An Army at Dawn and two other masterly books about World War II, has long been admired for his unparalleled ability to write deeply researched, stunningly vivid narrative history. Now he turns his attention to a new war, and in the initial volume of the Revolution Trilogy he tells the story of the first twenty months of the bloody struggle to shake free of King George's shackles. From the battles at Lexington and Concord in spring 1775 to those at Trenton and Princeton in winter 1777, the ragtag Continental Army takes on the world's most formidable fighting force and gradually finds the will and the way to win. It is a riveting saga populated by singular characters: Henry Knox, the former bookseller with an uncanny understanding of how best to deploy artillery; Nathaniel Greene, the blue-eyed bumpkin who becomes one of America's greatest battle captains; Benjamin Franklin, the self-made man who proves himself the nation's greatest diplomat; George Washington, the commander-in-chief who learns the difficult art of leadership amid the fire and smoke of the battlefield. And the British are here, too: we see the war through their eyes and their gunsights, and as a consequence the mortal conflict between the redcoats and the rebels is all the more compelling. Full of fresh details and untold stories, The British Are Coming gives stirring new life to the first act of our country's creation drama. It is a tale of heroes and knaves, of sacrifice and blunder, of redemption and profound suffering. But once begun, the war for independence can have only one of two outcomes: death or victory."-- Provided by publisher.

The first wave : the D-Day warriors who led the way to victory in World War II

May 9, 2019
Kershaw, Alex, author.
368 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
June 5, 1944 -- Ham and jam -- The cruel seas -- A Grade A stinker -- Bloody lucky -- By dawn's faint light -- An angel on each shoulder -- La Belle France -- All the blue bonnets -- Tallyho! -- The Bocage -- A dirty bush war -- Defeating Hitler.
"Beginning in the predawn darkness of June 6, 1944, The First Wave follows the remarkable men who carried out D-Day's most perilous missions. The charismatic, unforgettable cast includes the first American paratrooper to touch down on Normandy soil; the British glider pilot who braved antiaircraft fire to crash-land mere yards from the vital Pegasus Bridge; the Canadian brothers who led their troops onto Juno Beach under withering fire; as well as a French commando, returning to his native land, who fought to destroy German strongholds on Sword Beach and beyond. This epic of close combat and extraordinary heroism is the capstone of Alex Kershaw's remarkable career, built on his close friendships with D-Day survivors and his intimate understanding of the Normandy battlefield. For the seventy-fifth anniversary, here is a fresh take on World War II's longest day"--Provided by publisher.

The words of my father : love and pain in Palestine

May 8, 2019
Bashir, Yousef Khalil, 1989- author.
viii, 224 pages : map ; 22 cm
"Originally publsihed in the United Kingdom in 2018 by Haus Publishing"--Title page verso.
Paradise -- Inferno -- Angels -- The journey -- Legacy.
In the Gaza Strip, growing up on land owned by his family for centuries, fourteen-year-old Yousef is preoccupied by video games, school pranks, and meeting his father's impossible high standards. Everything changes when the second Intifada erupts and soldiers occupy the family home, turning it into a virtual prison. Over time, Yosef learns the rules of his new life in captivity - but he can't anticipate that an Israeli bullet is about too transform his future in an instant.

On democracy

May 8, 2019
White, E. B. (Elwyn Brooks), 1899-1985, author.
New York, NY : Harper, 2019.
xxxii, 203 pages ; 20 cm
"Anchored by an introduction by Jon Meacham, this concise collection of essays, letters, and poems from one of this country's most eminent literary voices sheds much-needed historical context on the state of the nation and offers a ray of hope for the future of our society; for "as long as there is one upright man, as long as there is one compassionate woman...the scene is not desolate.""-- Provided by publisher.

Brothers down : Pearl Harbor and the fate of the many brothers aboard the USS Arizona

May 8, 2019
Borneman, Walter R., 1952- author.
New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2019.
337 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Discusses the fact that at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, many of the servicemen on the USS Arizona were blood relatives.

The pioneers : the heroic story of the settlers who brought the American ideal west

May 7, 2019
McCullough, David G., author.
330 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates, : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
"Simon & Schuster nonfiction original hardcover."
The Ohio country -- Forth to the wilderness -- Difficult times -- Havoc -- A new era commences -- The Burr conspiracy -- Adversities aplenty -- The cause of education -- The travelers -- Journey's end.
"As part of the Treaty of Paris, in which Great Britain recognized the new United States of America, Britain ceded the land that comprised the immense Northwest Territory, a wilderness empire northwest of the Ohio River containing the future states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. A Massachusetts minister named Manasseh Cutler was instrumental in opening this vast territory to veterans of the Revolutionary War and their families for settlement. Included in the Northwest Ordinance were three remarkable conditions: freedom of religion, free universal education, and most importantly, the prohibition of slavery. In 1788 the first band of pioneers set out from New England for the Northwest Territory under the leadership of Revolutionary War veteran General Rufus Putnam. They settled in what is now Marietta on the banks of the Ohio River. McCullough tells the story through five major characters: Cutler and Putnam; Cutler's son Ephraim; and two other men, one a carpenter turned architect, and the other a physician who became a prominent pioneer in American science. They and their families created a town in a primeval wilderness, while coping with such frontier realities as floods, fires, wolves and bears, no roads or bridges, no guarantees of any sort, all the while negotiating a contentious and sometimes hostile relationship with the native people. Like so many of McCullough’s subjects, they let no obstacle deter or defeat them."--Inside dust jacket.

War and peace : FDR's final odyssey, D-Day to Yalta, 1943-1945

May 7, 2019
Hamilton, Nigel, author.
xiv, 578 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Going to See Stalin -- Stonewall Roosevelt -- Triumph in Tehran -- Who Will Command Overlord? -- In Sickness and in Health -- D-Day -- the July Plot -- Quebec -- Yalta -- Warm Springs
To mark the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, the stirring climax to Nigel Hamilton's three-part saga of FDR at war--proof that he was WWII's key strategist, even on his deathbed. Nigel Hamilton's celebrated trilogy culminates with a story of triumph and tragedy. Just as FDR was proven right by the D-day landings he had championed, so was he found to be mortally ill in the spring of 1944. He was the architect of a victorious peace that he would not live to witness. Using hitherto unpublished documents and interviews, Hamilton rewrites the famous account of World War II strategy given by Winston Churchill in his memoirs. Seventy-five years after the D-day landings we finally get to see, close-up and in dramatic detail, who was responsible for rescuing, and insisting upon, the great American-led invasion of France in June 1944, and why the invasion was led by Eisenhower. As FDR's D-day triumph turns to personal tragedy, we watch with heartbreaking compassion the course of the disease, and how, in the months left him as US commander in chief, the dying president attempted at Hawaii, Quebec, and Yalta to prepare the United Nations for an American-backed postwar world order. Now we know: even on his deathbed, FDR was the war's great visionary.

Humans : a brief history of how we f----d it all up

May 7, 2019
Phillips, Tom (Journalist), author.
282 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Originally published: Great Britain : Wildfire, 2018.
In the title, the word "fucked" appears with "ucke" crossed out.
Modern humans have come a long way in the seventy thousand years they've walked the earth. Art, science, culture, trade -- on the evolutionary food chain, we're true winners. But it hasn't always been smooth sailing, and sometimes -- just occasionally -- we've managed to truly f*ck things up. Weaving together history, science, politics and pop culture, Phillips offers a panoramic exploration of humankind in all its glory, or lack thereof. From Lucy, our first ancestor, who fell out of a tree and died, to General Zhou Shou of China, who stored gunpowder in his palace before a lantern festival, to the Austrian army attacking itself one drunken night, to the most spectacular fails of the present day, this book reveals how even the most mundane mistakes can shift the course of civilization as we know it.

The buried : an archaeology of the Egyptian revolution

May 6, 2019
Hessler, Peter, 1969- author.
New York : Penguin Press, 2019
463 pages : maps, illustrations ; 25 cm
The president -- The coup -- The president.
Drawn by an abiding fascination with Egypt's rich history and civilization, Peter Hessler moved with his wife and twin daughters to Cairo to explore a place that had a powerful hold over his imagination. He wanted to learn Arabic, explore Cairo's neighborhoods, research ancient history, and visit the legendary archeological digs. After years of covering China for The New Yorker, friends warned him it would be a much quieter place. But just before his arrival, the Arab Spring had reached Egypt and the country was in chaos. In the midst of the revolution, he attached himself to an important archeological dig at a site rich in royal tombs known in as al-Madfuna, or "The Buried." He and his wife set out to master Arabic, striking up an important friendship with their language instructor, a cynical political sophisticate named Rifaat. And a very different kind of friendship was formed with their garbage collector, an illiterate neighborhood character named Saaed, whose access to the trash of Cairo would be its own kind of archeological excavation. Along the way, he meets a family of Chinese small business owners who have cornered the nation's lingerie trade; their pragmatic view of the political crisis is a bracing counterpoint to the West's conventional wisdom. Through the lives of these ordinary Egyptians in a time of tragedy and heartache, Hessler finds subtle and illuminating insights to understand a nation from a new perspective.

Tin cans & greyhounds : the destroyers that won two World Wars

May 6, 2019
Johnson, Clint, 1953- author.
Washington, DC : Regnery History, [2019]
xi, 307 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
The early years: "Weather today fine, but high waves" -- World War I in Europe: "Do as much damage as possible" -- U.S. enters the War: "We are ready now, sir!" -- The 1920s: "We have no destroyers today!" -- The 1930s: "A destroyer is not a likely target" -- Atlantic theater 1939-1941: "Keep on engaging the enemy" -- Pacific theater 1941: "Suddenly and deliberately attacked" -- Atlantic theater 1942: "American beacons and searchlights visible at night" -- Pacific theater 1942: "Courageous abandon against fearful odds" -- Atlantic theater 1943: "Wiped out every exposed member of the sub's crew topside" -- Pacific theater 1943: "Our losses for this single battle were fantastic" -- Atlantic theater 1944: "Man on deck of sub attempting to man gun disintegrates" -- Pacific theater 1944: "A fight against overwhelming odds from which survival can't be expected" -- Atlantic theater 1945: "I think that is the end of the sub" -- Pacific theater 1945: "The gates of hell awaited us."
"For men on destroyer-class warships during World War I and World War II, battles were waged "against overwhelming odds from which survival could not be expected." Those were the words Lieutenant Commander Robert Copeland calmly told his crew as their tiny, unarmored destroyer escort rushed toward giant, armored Japanese battleships at the Battle off Samar on October 25, 1944. This action-packed narrative history of destroyer-class ships brings readers inside the half-inch-thick hulls to meet the men who fired the ships' guns, torpedoes, hedgehogs, and depth charges. Nicknamed "tin cans" or "greyhounds," destroyers were fast escort and attack ships that proved indispensable to America's military victories. Beginning with destroyers' first incarnation as torpedo boats in 1874 and ending with World War II, author Clint Johnson shares the riveting stories of the Destroyer Men who fought from inside a "tin can"--risking death by cannons, bombs, torpedoes, fire, and drowning. The British invented destroyers, the Japanese improved them, and the Germans failed miserably with them. It was the Americans who perfected destroyers as the best fighting ship in two world wars. Tin Cans & Greyhounds compares the designs of these countries with focus on the old, modified World War I destroyers, and the new and numerous World War II destroyers of the United States. Tin Cans & Greyhounds details how destroyers fought submarines, escorted convoys, rescued sailors and airmen, downed aircraft, shelled beaches, and attacked armored battleships and cruisers with nothing more than a half-inch of steel separating their crews from the dark waves"-- Provided by publisher.

feed —Subscribe to the History feed .


For Teens

For Kids


Electronic Resources



Large Print