Kick off the weekend by purchasing one of our bestselling titles, now available in paperback! These five books have been well-loved by readers over the years, and some are even in their second paperback edition. From the Civil War, to World War II and more, you’ll find something to suit your interests here.
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.
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.
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
We’re pleased to announce that Robert C. Conner’s fascinating new biography General Gordon Granger: The Savior of Chickamauga and the Man Behind “Juneteenth” is now available! The first full-length biography written on this Civil War general sheds light on Granger’s career and life as a commander who saved the Union army from defeat at the Battle … More General Gordon Granger
Author Robert C. Conner reflects on the anniversary of The Battle of Chickamauga: The Civil War was such a huge event, with so many extraordinary stories, that much of its history is unknown to most Americans. For example, 150 years ago this September 20, an obscure general made a decision at the Battle of Chickamauga … More The Battle of Chickamauga
Barksdale’s Charge: The True High Tide of the Confederacy at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 is now available from Casemate! In this new study, Phillip Thomas Tucker, author of Exodus from the Alamo, focuses on the often-overlooked second day of the battle of Gettysburg, known as Barksdale’s Charge. “While Pickett’s Charge, on day three of Gettysburg, has received … More Barksdale’s Charge – Now in Stock!
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the final day of The Battle of Gettysburg. And just today, a special edition of our long-awaited Barksdale’s Charge has arrived at the Battlefield’s Visitors’ center in Gettysburg, PA where author Phillip Thomas Tucker will be to sign copies on Saturday. While today is the anniversary of “Pickett’s Charge,” … More 150th Anniversary of Gettysburg
We’re pleased to announce that Savas Beatie has just released four new digital shorts stemming off of the popular eBook release of The Maps of Gettysburg: An Atlas of the Gettysburg Campaign, June 3 – July 13, 1863. This eBook has been strategically broken up into four different sections highlighting the academic and photographic accounts … More Maps of Gettysburg Digital Shorts Now Available!
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the bloodiest one-day battle in American history: the Battle of Antietam. As a part of the Maryland Campaign, General Robert E. Lee led his troops into Union soil and was confronted by General George McClellan near Antietam Creek on September 16th. By the morning of the 17th, Union troops … More Battle of Antietam