You’re locked in a room. You’re in a group because multiple heads are better than one—or so they say. Find four keys—and you’ll taste freedom. Do you know where you are? Escape rooms have become something of a phenomenon. From groups of friends testing their knowledge and decision-making skills—to work events designed to bring colleagues … More Escape From Paying!
It’s National Poetry Day, and we’re celebrating by introducing you to wartime poets! From the Great War through World War II, take a look at these collections of poetry and stories about poets from the home front to the frontlines of battle.
We have a special treat for you today! Peter Clark, author of newly-released Alpha One Sixteen, has graciously given us a peek into his life, his interests, and his new book. Keep reading to learn about the man behind this new visceral memoir of a year of combat with Alpha Company, 1st Infantry Battalion, in … More Meet Peter Clark, author of Alpha One Sixteen
Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the ending of World War I, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village will present in October and November the exhibit, By Sea By Air By Land: Military Art and Artifacts 100 Years after the Great War. Featuring maritime, aviation, and figurative artwork in painting, drawing, and photography … More By Sea By Air By Land: Military Art and Artifacts 100 Years after the Great War
Living with Hitler: Accounts of Hitler’s Household Staff, from Greenhill Books, presents a unique portrait of the man behind the monster known as Adolf Hitler.
It’s that time of year again – students across America are getting ready to head back to school. Celebrate (or ease the pain) with our Back to School Backlist Bonanza! This special sale, in partnership with AUSA, features select Casemate backlist titles at a 50% discount!
Mary Ellis, an elite airwoman during World War II, died Tuesday at the age of 101 on the Isle of Wight.