To All Readers, For those of you familiar with Casemate Publishers we trust it’s been clear enough that we honor every individual who has sacrificed the comfort of their own hearths and home to fight for their country. However, this Veterans’ Day has been especially important to us due to all the cross-currents of … More Veterans’ Day, 2014
We’re excited to announce that Fabled Fifteen: The Pacific War Saga of Carrier Air Group 15 is now available from Casemate. In this new release, author Thomas McKelvey Cleaver documents the Air Group’s six months at war, with details on their combat tour and daily life aboard the USS Essex during the Pacific War. To learn … More Fabled Fifteen
We’re pleased to present the newest release from Casemate Publishers – Into the Dark Water: The Story of Three Officers and PT-109. This fascinating book provides the complete record of PT-109’s wartime story under the command of its three officers – Bryant Larson, Rollin Westholm, and John F. Kennedy. To learn more about the research … More Into the Dark Water
We’re excited to announce that Casemate now carries titles by Kagero Publishing! Based in Central Europe, Kagero is one of the largest publishers and distributors of military history titles. With several different series– Photosniper, Monographs, Super Drawings, Top Colors, Air Miniatures, and more — Kagero focuses on a range of topics from aircraft and warships … More Kagero Publishing – Now Available from Casemate!
Casemate’s Fall 2012 catalog is now available! Check out all of the great recently released and upcoming titles from military history publishers around the world. There’s sure to be one title that’s a perfect fit for you!
In our third installment on the sinking of the Titanic, Daniel Allen Butler discusses the events that unfolded on the night of April 14th and the early morning of April 15th. Upon colliding with the iceberg, how would you describe the actions and demeanor of Captain Smith? Did he do everything he could, or did … More The Sinking of the Titanic
For the second installation on the Titanic tragedy, we talked to Daniel Allen Butler about the class distinction on board of the ship. The distinction between the three classes on the Titanic has always been a main fascination for people. Can you briefly illustrate what it was like sailing aboard the Titanic as a first … More Aboard the Titanic
April 14th will mark the centennial of the sinking of the Titanic. For 100 years, this tragedy has captivated the attention and interest of people around the world. To further understand why the Titanic tragedy has had such a lasting impression, we asked Daniel Allen Butler, Titanic historian and author of The Other Side of … More Constructing the Titanic