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 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.
In the Shadows of Victory II: America’s Forgotten Military Leaders, The Spanish-American War to World War II will soon be available from all booksellers. If you just can’t wait for this fascinating look at over 20 lesser-known stories of American military leaders, you’re in luck! Today you can download an exclusive early excerpt … More Download an Exclusive Early Excerpt of “In the Shadows of Victory II”
“Liberty has never come from the government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of it. The history of liberty is a history of resistance.” -Woodrow Wilson On this day, all of us at Casemate wish you a happy and safe Fourth of July!
David Perry’s new book Bluff, Bluster, Lies and Spies: The Lincoln Foreign Policy, 1861-1865 is a wild ride through the mismanaged State Department of William Henry Seward in Washington, DC, to the more skillful work of Lords Palmerston, Russell and Lyons in the British Foreign Office. Fearful that Great Britain would recognize the Confederacy and … More New Casemate Title Examines American Foreign Policy During the Civil War
Casemate Publishers is happy to introduce Thomas D. Philips, and announce the publication of his book In the Shadows of Victory: America’s Forgotten Military Leaders, 1776-1876. In the Shadows of Victory looks into the heroes and leaders forgotten by American History and aims to shift our focus onto those whose sacrifice and skill have … More New Casemate Book Delves into the History of America’s Neglected Leaders and Heroes.
Casemate author James Huffstodt manned a booth in downtown Tallahassee on Veterans Day assisted by a good friend, Air Force veteran Bob Bugby. Their main goal was to sell raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project, but while they were there, they took the opportunity to show off Lincoln’s Bold Lion: The Life and Times of Brigadier General Martin … More Sneak Preview of Lincoln’s Bold Lion
The Honorable Allen Clark, a decorated combat veteran who lost both legs in Vietnam, has written two books that capture the Vietnam war perfectly and his challenging journey home. His book Valor in Vietnam, 1963-1977 Chronicles of Honor, Courage and Sacrifice should be on the shelf of every graduate of military colleges at all levels. … More REMEMBERING VETERANS ON VETERANS DAY 2015: A VIETNAM VETERAN TELLS HIS TALE
Casemate is sad to report that the Airborne Community lost one of its biggest supporters. Martha McNiece passed away on Monday, October 19, peacefully with family by her side. Martha was married to Jake McNiece , author of THE FILTHY 13, World War II hero, and 101st Airborne Division legend, for close to 60 years. Martha worked … More Martha McNiece (1922-2015)
Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777 was selected for the 2015 American Revolution Round Table of Richmond Book Award. The American Revolution Round Table of Richmond’s annual book award honors a volume published within the previous two years. The evaluation criteria is narrative strength, the … More Michael Harris’ Brandywine Awarded 2015 American Revolution Round Table of Richmond Book Award