This book is meant as a guide for avoiding failures and miscalcuation for future use of American miltary power. 272 pp.
Offers British and German perspectives claryifing World War I's largest naval clash. The author's father was the second Earl Jellicoe who served as First Lord of the Admiralty while his grandfather, Sir John Jellicoe, commanded the Grand Fleet for the first two years of the war. 352 pp.
McIntosh, a veteran of sensitive OSS and CIA operations, draws on her own experiences and on interviews with more than one hundred OSS women who served all over the world. Reissue. 320 pp.
"Colonel Reeder's story of how he became the last soldier captured by the enemy in South Vietnam and how he endured captivity and then a forced march north up the Ho Chi Minh Trail is awe-inspiring. " —Joseph L. Galloway, author of "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young". 264 pp.
World War II began with a metallic roar as the German Blitzkrieg raced across Europe, spearheaded by the most dreaded weapon of the 20th century: the Panzer tank. Original. 304 pp.