I was first introduced to this book when I received it in the mail the summer prior to my freshman year in college. Our “summer
There’s untold numbers of single-volume historical narratives of WWII in its entirety. Like many, I’m frustrated by the lack of good maps in many history
Note: Joshua Slocum’s circumnavigation aboard the Spray definitely deserves an entire post of its own, so this post will be focused on the memoir itself.
War Plan Orange: The U.S. Strategy to Defeat Japan, 1897-1945 by Edward Miller Edward Miller spent 20 years diving into archival records to create a
Albert Nofi’s book examines the U.S. Navy’s Fleet Problems during the interwar years from 1923-1940. The Fleet Problems were the culmination of the navy’s annual
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, probably more if there’s color to them. Dan Jones and Marina Amaral have