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The Zimmermann Telegram by Barbara W. Tuchman,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0345324250/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VkkZsb1EPQ1P7EM7

The Zimmermann Telegram by Barbara W. Tuchman,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0345324250/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VkkZsb1EPQ1P7EM7

Immediately after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt sought to restore the honor of the United States with a dramatic act of vengeance: a retaliatory bombing raid on Tokyo. On April 18, 1942, eighty brave young men, led by the famous daredevil Jimmy Doolittle, took off from a navy carrier in the mid-Pacific on what everyone regarded as a suicide mission but instead became a resounding American victory and helped turn the tide of the war.

Immediately after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt sought to restore the honor of the United States with a dramatic act of vengeance: a retaliatory bombing raid on Tokyo. On April 18, 1942, eighty brave young men, led by the famous daredevil Jimmy Doolittle, took off from a navy carrier in the mid-Pacific on what everyone regarded as a suicide mission but instead became a resounding American victory and helped turn the tide of the war.

2 1917 WW I newspapers ZIMMERMAN TELEGRAM Germany asks MEXICO to join against US  $30

2 1917 WW I newspapers ZIMMERMAN TELEGRAM Germany asks MEXICO to join against US $30

Busy Brunette's Bookshelf: Book Review: The Fall of Berlin 1945

Busy Brunette's Bookshelf: Book Review: The Fall of Berlin 1945

Vimy Ridge by Alexander McKee

Vimy Ridge by Alexander McKee

My Kenya Days - Wilfred Thesiger

My Kenya Days - Wilfred Thesiger

In 1918, renowned historian Gregor Dallas traces the transition from war to peace across Europe.

In 1918, renowned historian Gregor Dallas traces the transition from war to peace across Europe.

In the spring of 1944, 120,000 Allied soldiers crossed the English Channel in the most ambitious invasion force ever assembled. Rangers, paratroopers, infantry, and armored personnel, these soldiers--some who had just cut their teeth in Africa and Sicily and some who were brand-new to war--joined a force aimed at the heart of Europe and Hitler’s defenses. On the morning of June 6, D-Day began.

In the spring of 1944, 120,000 Allied soldiers crossed the English Channel in the most ambitious invasion force ever assembled. Rangers, paratroopers, infantry, and armored personnel, these soldiers--some who had just cut their teeth in Africa and Sicily and some who were brand-new to war--joined a force aimed at the heart of Europe and Hitler’s defenses. On the morning of June 6, D-Day began.

The Doughboys were the more than three million men, many of them volunteers, recruited from the cities and farms of the United States, who traveled across the Atlantic to aid the Allies in the trenches and on the battlefields of World War I. Without their courage and determination, the outcome of the war would have been very different.

The Doughboys were the more than three million men, many of them volunteers, recruited from the cities and farms of the United States, who traveled across the Atlantic to aid the Allies in the trenches and on the battlefields of World War I. Without their courage and determination, the outcome of the war would have been very different.

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