Exclusive Preview of ‘Russia’s Air-Launched Weapons’!

Harpia Publishing has released a 10-page preview of their upcoming title from Piotr Butowski: Russia’s Air-Launched Weapons. This book is expected to be released in the US in June. We can’t wait until it’s available, and this fascinating preview is just enough to hold us over! Check out 10 pages from Russia’s Air-Launched Weapons here>>> About … More Exclusive Preview of ‘Russia’s Air-Launched Weapons’!

Download a Free Chapter of “Blitzkrieg: From the Ground Up” by Niklas Zetterling

Our newest book from military historian Niklas Zetterling is an examination of the German Blitzkrieg operations from Poland to Operation Barbarossa, as experienced by junior commanders and enlisted men, exploring why they were so successful. Blitzkrieg: From the Ground Up uses accounts previously unpublished in English from the Blitzkrieg operations in Poland, Norway, Western Europe, and Russia. It looks at, for … More Download a Free Chapter of “Blitzkrieg: From the Ground Up” by Niklas Zetterling

Guest Post: ‘What-if’ing the Vanished Hero and Beyond

Jay A. Stout, author of Vanished Hero, has written a thoughtful and moving guest post for us in honor of Elwyn G. Righetti’s birthday—and the day he disappeared.  Elwyn G. Righetti was perhaps the most aggressive fighter group commander to serve in World War II.  Today, April 17, 2017, marks what would have been his 102nd birthday.  … More Guest Post: ‘What-if’ing the Vanished Hero and Beyond

The US Enters the Great War – 100 Years Later

The Declaration Today marks the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. On April 2, 1917, President Woodrow Wilson stood before congress and said, “With a profound sense of the solemn and even tragical character of the step I am taking and of the grave responsibilities which it involves, but in … More The US Enters the Great War – 100 Years Later

A Vietnam War Cameraman Reflects on ‘The Television War’

“Tony Hirashiki was simply one of the best television cameramen to cover the Vietnam War. His soaring video, often acquired only at great personal risk, gave wings to even the most mundane narration. For those of us who worked with him he was also a source of gentleness and joy in a place where both … More A Vietnam War Cameraman Reflects on ‘The Television War’