An Interview with John Antal, author of “7 Leadership Lessons of D-Day”

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”

Meet Peter Margaritis, co-author of “Twenty-Two on Peleliu”

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”

An Interview with Martin King

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. 

New Perspectives on the Alpine Corps in the Stalingrad Campaign

Casemate is pleased to announce the paperback release of Sacrifice on the Steppe by Hope Hamilton. Hope Hamilton, fluent in Italian and having spent many years in Italy, has drawn on many interviews with survivors—including two of her uncles who served in the Alpine Corps—as well as massive research, in order to provide this first full … More New Perspectives on the Alpine Corps in the Stalingrad Campaign

Sneak Preview of Lincoln’s Bold Lion

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