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Tarawa: The Story of a Battle
Tarawa: The Story of a Battle - Soft Cover
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Tarawa: The Story of Battle
by Robert Sherrod.
The classic eye-witness reporting of the first amphibious battle of the Pacific as written in the white heat of the fight by TIME war correspondent Bob Sherrod.
Soft Cover.
Diary of a Coastwatcher
Diary of a Coastwatcher in the Solomons by Snowy Rhodes
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Adventures of an Australian coast watcher in the Solomon Islands whose bravery won the Silver Strand Distinguished Service Cross.
Cooking On The Home Front
Cooking On The Home Front
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Cooking On the Home Front - Favorite Recipes of the World War II Years. By Hugh and Judy Gowan. Soft cover. 38 pages of wartime recipes including Victory Meat Loaf, Hot Dandelion Greens, and Eggless, Butterless, Milkless Cake!
Doris Miller: Hero of Pearl Harbor
Doris Miller: Hero of Pearl Harbor
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Doris Miller: Hero of Pearl Harbor
By Bill O'Neal
Softcover. 57 Pages.
A Texan in the C.B.I.
A Texan in the C.B.I.
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A Texan in the C.B.I.
China - Burma - India Theater of War
By 1st Lieutenant Monroe S. Withers
It was during the darkest days of World War II and it seemed the whole world was caught up in the bitter, worldwide conflict. While the wars in Europe and in the Pacific were getting all the headlines, there was a dirty, bitter, "Forgotten War" going on in the China - Burma - India theater.
In this book 1st Lt. Monroe Withers tries to bring to you some of the triumphs and the tragedies, joys and sorrows of the desperate battle to drive the Japanese invaders from Burma and China.
It tells of his many flights behind enemy lines in an unarmed transport plane to carry desperately needed supplies to "Merrill's Marauders" in the jungles of Burma. It tells of his many missions over the "Hump" into China while flying through ice storms and the treacherous monsoon weather, to deliver gas, bombs, and supplies to General Chenault's "Flying Tigers," and finally it tells of his return home to a tender reunion with the girl who had promised to wait for him.
Softcover. 60 Pages.
The Attack On Pearl Harbor by Two Who Were There
The Attack On Pearl Harbor by Two Who Were There
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The Attack On Pearl Harbor by Two Who Were There
By Frank and Kay Tremaine
Softcover. 199 pages.
Tattered Not Torn
Tattered Not Torn
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Standing Strong Amidst Life's Storms
by Patti McLead

Flags lined the streets as Patti and her family drove to the cemetery. The local shop owners emerged from their offices to watch as they passed by. Children stood on the front lawn, their little hands clinging to the flag their teachers had given them. They were safe. They were going to have a normal day.

But Patti wasn't. Patti was going to bury her son.

In a heartwarming true story of perseverance and confidence in the Lord, author Patti McLead discusses the tragedies in her life and the overwhelming emotions of losing a son in the military. Life had already dealt her a bad hand—losing both parents to violent deaths and losing a brother to drugs. One person should not be given so many burdens to bear, but life kept going, and so did she.

Through faith in Jesus Christ and through the love and care of His people, Patti survived one tragedy after another, eventually surviving the death of her son.

Paperback 172 pages
Flags of our Fathers by James Bradley
Flags of our Fathers
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Flags of our Fathers
by James Bradley
In February 1945 American Marines plunged into the surf at Iwo Jima-and into history. Through a hail of machine gun and mortar fire that left the beaches strewn with comrades, they battled to the islands highest peak, and after climbing through a landscape of hell itself, they raised a flag. Now the son of one of the flag raisers has written a powerful account of six very different men who came together in a moment that will live forever.
Paperback. 382 pages.
Devil At My Heels:A Heroic Olympian's Astonishing Story of Survival as a Japanese POW in World War II
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A youthful troublemaker, a world-class NCAA miler, a 1936 Olympian, a WWII bombardier: Louis Zamperini had a fuller life than most. But on May 27, 1943, it all changed in an instant when his B-24 crashed into the Pacific Ocean, leaving Louis and two other survivors drifting on a raft for forty-seven days and two thousand miles, waiting in vain to be rescued. And the worst was yet to come when they finally reached land, only to be captured by the Japanese. Louis spent the next two years as a prisoner of war—tortured and humiliated, routinely beaten, subjected to medical experiments, starved and forced into slave labor—while the Army Air Corps declared him dead and sent official condolences to his family.

This is the remarkable true story of accomplishment, glory, disaster, survival, and true heroism made famous by Laura Hillenbrand in her #1 New York Times bestseller Unbroken. Told in Louis Zamperini’s own words, Devil at My Heels is a stirring memoir from one of the greatest of the “Greatest Generation,” a living document about the brutality of war, the tenacity of the human spirit, and the power of forgiveness.  Paperback. 336 Pages.
Day of Infamy
Day of Infamy
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Day of Infamy
By Walter Lord
In Day of Infamy Walter Lord traces, in brilliant detail, the human drama of the great attack: the spies behind it; the pilots on the Japanese aircraft carriers; the crews on the stricken warships; the men at the airfields and base; the Japanese pilot who captured an island single-handedly when he could not get back to his carrier; the generals, the sailors, the housewives and children responding to the attack with anger, numbness, and magnificent courage.
Hardback. 243 pages.