Happy Flag Day! Today commemorates the official adoption of the flag of the United States by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777. To celebrate, we’ve pulled together a collection of books that feature our beloved stars & stripes on their covers. 🇺🇸
Today we celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July! “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit … More Happy Independence Day!
We are excited to announce that three of Casemate’s titles have been selected as finalists for the 2016 Army Historical Foundation Distinguished Writing Awards. The AHF Distinguished Writing Awards program was established in 1997 to recognize authors who make a significant contribution to the literature on U.S. Army history. To celebrate the nomination, we’re offering 25% … More Three Casemate Books Selected as Award Finalists!
originally posted at WARISBORING.COM Aviation Geeks Race to Save World War II’s Best Fighter-Bomber Britain’s multi-role Mosquito remains a legend by ROBERT BECKHUSEN The de Havilland Mosquito was arguably the best British plane of World War II, the war’s most effective fighter-bomber and one of the most versatile military planes ever built. That’s why it’s strange so … More Britain’s multi-role Mosquito remains a legend
Featured in the Miami Herald Because he couldn’t find a book about the Mississippi native who was a mentor to Dwight D. Eisenhower and chief of staff to Gen. John Pershing, Louisiana attorney Steve Rabalais has written one. His biography of Gen. Fox Conner , who was chief of operations for the American Expeditionary Force … More Louisiana attorney Steve Rabalais writes bio of Mississippi man’s WWI feats
Orginally published in the The Glastonbury Citizen by Elizabeth Regan Veterans were elbow to elbow with other veterans and their most ardent supporters in the cafeteria of Portland High School last Friday night, as they were treated to a community dinner in honor of their service. It was a vastly different reception than the one … More Art Wiknik Among Veterans Honored
With the paperback release of DEVIL’S GENERAL, we thought our readers might like to get to know more about author Ray Bagdonas Where were you born? Where did you grow up? Born in Germany of Lithuanian parentage. Grew up, married, and raised a family in Australia. Could you tell us a bit about any … More Wednesday with the Author: Ray Bagdonas
Nov. 10,2016 marks the 241th birthday of The United States Marine Corp. Its roots date all the way back to 1775 when it was established as the Continental Marines. The Second Continental Congress first commissioned Marines to man two vessels in the Continental Navy. Their original purpose was to provide on-board security forces and to protect … More Thank you, from a grateful nation
It is with great sadness that Casemate shares the news of the passing of author Gary Rashba on October 10, 2016. Gary fought the bravest of battles with cancer, leaving behind a loving wife and three young children. Gary ‘s many accomplishments include authoring more than 40 articles on defense, aerospace and international topics. Raised … More Gary Rashba, October 10, 2016
Jim Huffstodt, the always working author of LINCOLN’S BOLD LION was interviewed live on Civil War Talk Radio, hosted by Dr. Gerald Prokopowisc of East Carolina University of Greenville, South Carolina. You can access the Civil War Talk Radio archive at: https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2205/civil-war-talk-radio Hope you enjoy the show. Jim’s tireless efforts are no … More Lincoln’s Bold Lion author Jim Huffstodt on Civil War Radio