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
Today on the blog, we’re excited to share this interview with author Albert Nofi! Learn about his background, his writing career, and the inspiration behind his new book, The Blue & Gray Almanac.
Today on the blog, we have another wonderful interview with one of our authors! Rob Morris has answered a few questions about his background, his writing career, and his new book, Prisoner of the Swiss, which was adapted from the memoirs of Daniel Culler, a World War II airman and POW.
Today on the Casemate Blog, author John Antal was kind enough to answer some questions for us. Get to know the author of 7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution & 7 Leadership Lessons of D-Day, and learn about his military service, his favorite books, the inspiration behind his newest book, and more! … More An Interview with John Antal, author of “7 Leadership Lessons of D-Day”
Today on the blog we have a special interview with one of our authors! Thomas D. Phillips is the author of two Casemate titles: In the Shadows of Victory: America’s Forgotten Military Leaders, 1776-1876, and his brand new book, In the Shadows of Victory II: America’s Forgotten Military Leaders, The Spanish-American War to World War II. Keep reading to learn more about Thomas and the inspiration behind his books. … More Meet Thomas D. Phillips, author of “In the Shadows of Victory II”
Peter Margaritis is the co-author of our newest book: Twenty-Two on Peleliu. This book tells the wild, true story of George Peto’s life growing up during the Great Depression, to his military service with the “Old Breed” Marines in World War II, to his life after the war, in his own words. … More Meet Peter Margaritis, co-author of “Twenty-Two on Peleliu”
Martin King is an Emmy Award winning British military historian, lecturer, and prolific author of World War II history. He has traced the individual histories of veterans for almost 20 years. Here, he speaks about his early life, his writing career, and his newest book, Warriors of the 106th.
“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’
Richard J. Rinaldo is a Vietnam War veteran and a Distinguished Service Cross recipient. Keep reading to learn about his early life, his inspiration for collecting the stories featuring in Courage in Combat, and his thoughts on courage in today’s military in the interview below.
At Casemate, we have had the unique opportunity to publish stories about the courage and accomplishments of women in the military. On International Women’s Day, we are honored to share the experiences of the following three women and their incredible sacrifices in war. Jessica Goodell Jess Goodell enlisted in the Marines immediately after graduating from high school … More International Women’s Day