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Author John Strider Nation
On the first day of the Battle of the Somme on July 1st, 1916, British military forces suffered the worst day of casualties in British history. There were more than 57,000 casualties—including more than 19,000 soldiers killed—most of them in the first hour. French and German losses were...
Authors Peter C. Appelbaum and James W. Scott
The Tragedy of the First World War shaped the twentieth century. War changes loves in ways otherwise unimaginable and creates generational legacies of loss. Giving voice to the traumas and experiences of war is something that is frequently best expressed through the word...
Author Steve Watkins
Meeting God Behind Enemy Lines details the intense training of a United States Navy SEAL, and the events that culminated in his coming to faith in Jesus Christ. Included are stories of sniper training, "Hell week", covert operations and training, including Operation Michael Jordan and Desert St...
Author John B. Hattendorf
During the War for American Independence, military and naval operations had been in progress for more than two years when the 1778 Rhode Island Campaign occurred. This volume presents an introduction and annotated transcript of the official British reports of battle ...
Author Jay Lucas
America is the most rights-conscious society in history. It seems as though every social and political issue of the day is ultimately described in terms of rights. When it comes to understanding rights in America, there are two competing worldviews, Christianity and secularism. The Rights Fight pr...