Escape to Pagan: The True Story of One Family’s Fight to Survive in World War II Occupied Asia by Brian Devereux is a gripping true story of survival set in Hong Kong and Burma, as one family struggles against overwhelming odds in World War Two. Divided by war, in order to see each other again they must … More Moving New WWII Memoir Explores The Tragedy of War
We are so proud to share the warm regards and excellent book reviews we have received for Casemate’s new book, Kleinkrieg: The German Experience with Guerrilla Wars, from Clausewitz to Hitler by Charles D. Melson which was published earlier this month. Charles D. Melson was the Chief Historian for the U.S. Marine Corps, at the Marine … More Rave Reviews for Casemate’s Kleinkrieg
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
Our recent release, Pathfinder Pioneer by Colonel Raymond E. Brim is a truly compelling account of the American Air Campaign in WWII from a lead bomber pilot. In this engaging book we see how an 18-year-old miner shoveling ore from deep in the ground in Utah suddenly found himself, only two years later, 30,000 … More Insights into the American Air Campaign of WWII
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
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.
We’re pleased to announce that Behind the Lines: A Critical Survey of Special Operations in World War II is now available from Casemate! In this book, Michael Dilley discusses the operations of special purpose and special mission organizations during World War II, cover theaters including Europe, North Africa, the Pacific, Asia, and the United States. … More Behind the Lines