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More Info Courage Under Fire: Testing Epictetus's Doctrines in a Laboratory of Human Behavior (Hoover Essays)
by James B. Stockdale

When physical disability from combat wounds brought about Jim Stockdale's early retirement from military life, he had the distinction of being the only three-star officer in the history of the navy to wear both aviator wings and the Congressional Medal of Honor. His writings have been many and varied, but all converge on the central theme of how man can rise with dignity to prevail in the face of adversity.
More Info Ragnar Lothbrok and a History of the Vikings: Viking Warriors including Rollo, Norsemen, Norse Mythology, Quests in America, England, France, Scotland, Ireland and Russia
by Noah Brown

Ragnar Lothbrok was a legendary warrior who left a legacy among the Vikings like none other.
Today's popular TV Show may have popularized Ragnar's story but the real facts are not very well known. Discover the truth behind this Viking Warrior and the rich history of the Vikings

Topics Included in this Book:
The Legend of Ragnar Lothbrok Vikings in England Vikings in France Vikings in America Vikings in Ireland, Scotland and Wales Rollo the Viking And more amazing facts about the rich history of the Vikings!

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More Info Britain's Greatest Naval Battles: The Armada, Trafalgar, Jutland
by Richard Freeman

Until the end of the First World War, Britain's wealth and power depended crucially on her command of the sea through naval power.

No country could challenge Britain's power unless it first deprived her of her capacity to rule the waves.

Philip II of Spain, Napoleon and Kaiser Wilhelm all took up this challenge.

On each occasion Britain found herself on the verge of conquest. And yet each time the navy went out to meet the foe and returned victorious.

The Spanish invasion force that accompanied the Armada perished in the Channel and the North Sea.

At Trafalgar, Nelson destroyed Napoleon's...
More Info Knowledge Stew: The Guide to the Most Interesting Facts in the World, Volume 2 (Knowledge Stew Guides)
by Daniel Ganninger

Are you ready to learn something new? The 2nd volume in the Knowledge Stew Guide series continues the quest to find the most interesting facts in the world. Take a journey through topics that range from science, history, and geography to food, entertainment, and business and learn the facts behind the facts. Discover things you might not have known about the moon, or why we're taller in the morning and shorter at night. Find out about a strange amusement park, a secret vault at Mt. Rushmore, or the world's most expensive coffee. These things, plus plenty more, are waiting for your brain to...
More Info The Fleet That Had To Die
by Richard Hough

By autumn 1904 the Russo-Japanese war had been raging for six months.

Routed in Manchuria, the Russians decided to strike back.

In October 1904 their Baltic fleet, a haphazard armada of some fifty outdated and ill-equipped men-of-war, led by a burnt-out neurotic and manned by 10,000 reluctant and badly-trained sailors, set sail for the East.

Their plan was to unite with the Pacific squadron, then trapped in Port Arthur, and crush the soldiers of Admiral Togo.

The two fleets met at Tsushima on May 27, 1905.

Most thought the Russians would have little trouble defeating Japanese naval forces.

More Info The Great Escape
by Anton Gill

On the night of 24 March 1944, 76 Allied RAF officers escaped from Stalag-Luft III, Nazi Germany’s most secure POW camp.

It was the biggest British-led break-out of the Second World War.

But the men paid a high price for their bravery: of the 73 POWs re-captured, 30 were brutally executed on Hitler’s direct orders.

The tireless RAF investigation into the atrocity affords us an extraordinary insight into the last hours of many of the victims and the actions of the killers.

Drawing together the meticulous research carried out for the war-crimes trial, interviews with the families and friends of...
More Info Dunkirk: A Miracle of Deliverance
by David Boyle

In May 1940, World War II hung in the balance.

As the Germans closed in on the Allies, trapping them on the beaches of Dunkirk, it seemed the entire British army would be obliterated.

Such a loss would almost certainly force the British to surrender and allow a Nazi invasion of the UK.

Vice Admiral Bertram Ramsay planned a mass evacuation across the English Channel, but with the Germans drawing ever closer and intense air raids from the Luftwaffe, escape seemed all but impossible.

But with a combination of excellent planning, luck, and an almost inconceivable bit of help from none other than...
More Info God's Hammer (Hakon's Saga Book 1)
by Eric Schumacher

History and legend combine in the gripping tale of Hakon Haraldsson, a Christian boy who once fought for the High Seat of a Viking realm.

It is 935 A.D. and the North is in turmoil. King Harald Fairhair has died, leaving the High Seat of the realm to his murderous son, Erik Bloodaxe. To solidify his claim, Erik ruthlessly disposes of all claimants to his throne, save one: his youngest brother Hakon.

Erik's surviving enemies send a ship to Wessex, where the Christian King Athelstan is raising Hakon. Unable to avoid his fate, he returns to the Viking North to face his brother and claim his...
More Info World History: Ancient History, United States History, European, Native American, Russian, Chinese, Asian, African, Indian and Australian History, Wars including World War 1 and 2 [3rd Edition]
by Adam Brown

Have you ever wondered how the world got to where it is today?
Get ready to discover the rich history of our planet. You will be astonished to learn about some of the events that have occurred!

Here is a Sneak Peek of What you will Learn:
Ancient History Asian History European and Russian History American History Australian History African History World Wars I & II, and the Vietnam War And much, much, more
Here is what other readers say about this book:
"This book is packed with really important information about the world's history."

"I was surprised how much I learned from this. I...
More Info The Weird and Mysterious United States: Mysteries, Legends, and Unexplained Phenomena across America
by Charles River EditorsSean McLachlan

*Includes pictures
*Describes America's most infamous legends, conspiracy theories, mysteries, and more
*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

The states comprising the Northeast have a long history as some of the earliest colonies in the New World. Their rich folklore and colorful history is woven into the national identity, and destinations such as Plymouth Rock, the lighthouses of Maine, and Vermont’s autumn leaves are quintessential symbols of the United States. But the Northeast has always had a dark side, a strange side. Monsters...