Gary Rashba, October 10, 2016

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

Lincoln’s Bold Lion author Jim Huffstodt on Civil War Radio

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

Casemate Eastern Front favorites now available in Paperback

Two  Casemate best sellers are now available in paperback- The Devil’s General: The Life of Hyazinth Graf von Strachwitz, “The Panzer Graf”, by Raymond Bagdonas and The Drive on Moscow, 1941: Operation Taifun and Germany’s First Great Crisis of World War II by Niklas Zetterling, Anders Frankson. If you didn’t a chance to read these the first time around, be … More Casemate Eastern Front favorites now available in Paperback

The Way of the Eagle

Casemate is pleased to announce the arrival of our latest title in the Vintage Aviation Series,  The Way of the Eagle, by  Philadelphia native Charles J. Biddle.   Having graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1914, Charles John Biddle was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar and was employed by the law firm of Drinker, … More The Way of the Eagle

Civil War author fascinated by Spa City visit

James Huffstodt recently discussed his book, “Lincoln’s Bold Lion,” at Saratoga Springs History Museum. The book is about Civil War Union Brigadier General Martin D. Hardin who grew up in Saratoga Springs. He was wounded four times, lost an arm to amputation, was mentored by President Lincoln, fought at Gettysburg, and played a key role … More Civil War author fascinated by Spa City visit

100 Years of Tanks

One hundred years ago the face of modern warfare was forever changed . On September 15, 1916, the British attacked German positions at Flers-Courcelette – part of the larger Somme offensive – with 32 tanks. The hopeful reaction to the new machines naturally spurred interest in how they had been conceived and by whom. A … More 100 Years of Tanks