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 FROM COUNTRY BOY TO COMBAT MEDIC - The story of a boy who went from the tobacco fields of southwest Virginia to fighting in France and Germany as a medic with the Army's 9th Armored Division. Jessee Dye's story is compelling.

Category: WWII Military History

Author: Jesse Dye

Size 5.5 x 8.5 * 198 pages * ISBN #0-9622415-2-0

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Price: $24.95 + $3.00 S&H

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The U.S.S. Ralph Talbot and her Gallant Men

From Pearl Harbor on December the 7th to the end of World War II the U.S.S. Ralph Talbot (DD390) fought the fanatical Japanese in battle after battle in the Pacific. The U.S.S. Ralph Talbot sustained heavy damage, crippling her, when she single handed took on the escaping Japanese fleet that had attacked the U.S. Fleet at Savo Island. The men aboard the Ralph Talbot fought their ship with unheralded courage from island to island up to and including the last great invasion of Okinawa where she was crashed by a Japanese Kamikaze.

This is a story of a ship and her crew; a ship to be proud of and men that could say with pride, "I was there." The ship's story and the story of the men that fought and bought the continued freedom of the nation at such a high price is a story never to be forgotten.

Category: WWII Navy History

Author: Alfred Samuels

Size 6 x 9 * 198 pages * ISBN #0-9622415-1-2

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Price: $39.95 + $3.00 S&H

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"War Patrol of the PCE(R)852"

The PCE(R)852 bristled with guns topside; there was no medical red cross on the ship even though the deck below the 40 and 20 mm guns aft contained a 75 bed sick bay with a small operating room. The 852 was a rescue ship; a ship that rushed into battle with her guns blazing to help fight off attacking Japanese kamikazes even as the crew labored to bring aboard the wounded and survivors of a ship crashed by a kamikaze.

This is a story of ships and men: of Army and Marine casualties taken off of invasion beaches, of Maritime and Navy men taken off of blazing, sinking or stricken ships crashed by a Japanese kamikaze or pulled out of oil covered water.

Listed in the book are the names and serial numbers of every battle casualty taken aboard the 852 as well as the date, action or battle they were engaged in at the time.

Category: WWII Navy History

Author: Alfred Samuels

Size 5.75 x 8.75 * 160 pages * ISBN: 0-9622415-0-4

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"IF WE SAVE BUT ONE"

Going To War

with

Jinrai Butai

"The Kamikaze"

This is the memories of Lieutenant Raymond D. Malott, MD who went straight out of medical school into the U.S. Navy. He was assigned to the rescue ship, U.S.S. PCE(R)852. The doctor and his nine Pharmacists Mates were to experience war at its worst in the invasions of Leyte, Lingayan, Okinawa as well as other smaller offensives.

This is a story that takes one step-by-step from everyday civilian life to war with it life-and-death decisions.

Dr. Malott has included with his story the personal writings of Toshio Torii, a Japanese pilot attached to the Kamikaze Ohka Special Attack Squadrons Jinrai Corps. Toshio Torii  relates the incredible stories of the Japanese kamikaze raids made by his Corps, including names as well as a vivid description of the attack and who climbed into the Ohka bomb to guide it to the target on its suicide mission.

Dr. Malott correlates the raids flown by Torii's squadron and the rescue missions of the U.S.S. PCE(R)852. Here are both sides of the story as experienced by an American and a Japanese.

Category: WWII Navy History

Author: Dr. Raymond R. Malott

Size 5.5 x 8.5 * 98 pages * ISBN: 0-9622415-3-9

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Price: $19.95 + $3.00 S&H

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Mission Accomplished

The U.S.S. Phelps

DD360

The DD360 was the first of the Selfridge class of destroyers. She was designed and built as a barrage ship; one that could bombard the shore emplacements in support of invasion forces. She was destined for much more. She fought from day one of WWII to the surrender of the Japanese.

This is a story of the men of the DD360 and her mission; it is a minute by minute account of the life of a ship and her crew.

At the end of the war, when the DD360 was decommissioned, a crew member, stepping ashore from her deck to return home, saluted one last time and said with pride, "Mission Accomplished."

Category: WWII Navy History

Author: Alfred P. Samuels, Jr.

Size 6.25 x 9.25 * 216 pages * ISBN: 0-9622415-4-7

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Price: $39.95 + $3.00 S&H

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BIBLIOGRAPHY of STATE PARTICIPATION in the CIVIL WAR 1861 - 1866

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This is a massive catalogue book, not in overall size but in thickness; it is so thick it had  to be hand bound to meet library standards. It was the first reproduction of this rare book ever attempted and there are very few left.

This book is photographically copied from the original 1913 edition and therefore is an authentic copy having all of the faults and imperfection of the original. This book reproduction was inspired by the University of Virginia Library.

The book is arranged in alphabetical order by States with the following threefold division in each State: Official publications such as reports of adjutants general, governors' messages, State registers, etc - Regimental histories in alphabetical and numerical sequence - Miscellaneous, such as State, county and town histories and all material bearing upon the local participation not embraced in the preceding divisions.

Category: (Research) Civil War History

First published in 1897 by the War Department : Office of the Chief of Staff.

Size 6.25 x 9.25 * 1,140 pages

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Price: $79.95 + $3.00 S&H

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