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Book of the Garand Hardcover
Price: $24.99

Hatcher’s Book of the Garand is the definitive chronicle of the rifle General George S. Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

Major General Julian S. Hatcher follows the evolution of the M1 Garand from the first semiautomatic hunting rifles to the devastating U.S. infantry weapon of WWII. It’s a battle royal of weapons design, with dozens of unforeseen problems...
Book of the Garand Paperback
Price: $17.99

Hatcher’s Book of the Garand is the definitive chronicle of the rifle General George S. Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

Major General Julian S. Hatcher follows the evolution of the M1 Garand from the first semiautomatic hunting rifles to the devastating U.S. infantry weapon of WWII. It’s a battle royal of weapons design, with dozens of unforeseen problems...
Knudsen A Biography Hardcover
Price: $27.99

Knudsen tells the tale of the immigrant bicycle mechanic who revolutionized American industry and buried the Axis powers with mass production.

Foreword by Arthur Herman, author of Freedom's Forge.

Norman Beasley presents the story of Signius Wilhelm Poul Knudsen, a young man who came to the U.S. with an unshakeable faith in American opportunity, an eye for efficiency, and twenty dollars in his pocket. Four decades later, that man would become Lieutenant General William S. Knudsen, the mind behind our country’s production at the most crucial point in modern history.

"Bonzai" attack, Guadalcanal Campaign, WWII
Shots Fired in Anger Hardcover
Price: $27.99

This is the story of the Guadalcanal campaign as only a rifleman can tell it.

In Shots Fired in Anger, Lieutenant Colonel John B. George recounts his brutal experiences in frontline jungle warfare and examines the weapons, tactics, equipment, and combat mentalities that won and lost the fight. Laced with informative illustrations and lightened by stories of hunting, drinking, and military jokes played in the face of death...
Unlikely Warrior - A Small Town Boy's View of World War II
Price: $29.99

A tale of life, love, and growing up as part of The Greatest Generation, Unlikely Warrior is one memoir you ll never forget.

Beginning and ending in the same small Oklahoma town, Robert Lovell's story could be that of almost any other member of ''The Greatest Generation'' in America's history. Told in frank yet innocent details, Lovell's story comes to life in more details than you would find in a history book.

This honest and touching memoir starts out with summers in the Scouts and faint radio murmurs of unrest in faraway places. As World War II creeps ever closer to the American consciousness, Lovell finds himself in basic training, shooting targets and learning codes.

Stationed in Germany during the latter part of the war, Lovell turns 19 just weeks before V-E Day. By the time he turns 20 -- just ten years after the start of the story, Lovell has faced more than most people do in a lifetime.

A first-hand memoir of one of the most pivotal decades in the history of the United States, Unlikely Warrior was put to paper at the insistence of the author's grown children. Its lessons, however, can benefit all of us.