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Hitler’s War by Harry Turtledove

A fun read and very a typical “Turtledove” novel. The Alternative History pviot point for this book is that Hitler starts WWII earlier then in our timeline. Here the war starts with an invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1938 as opposed … Continue reading

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The Final Storm: A Novel of the War in the Pacific by Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara’s recent novel The Final Storm (A Novel of the War in The Pacific) is more then just an Historical Novel, it is a Novel of History. A Novel of History being a story that centers around a real … Continue reading

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The Imperial Cruise: A Secret History of Empire and War, by James Bradley

A provocative and in many ways a sobering book. Mr Bradley illuminates many key and sometimes forgotten foreign policy actions in the early part of the century under President Teddy Roosevelt. He makes a case for these actions being the … Continue reading

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Sitting Bull, Prisoner of War by Dennis Pope

An eye opening multifaceted/factual account of a sometimes misunderstood American icon. This work covers the period of Sitting Bull’s surrender to American forces in July of 1881 till his release from custody in 1883. A time period not well investigated … Continue reading

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