Don DeNevi

Hunting Tito

Being there . . . . to meet Josip Broz, born 1892-died 1980, referred to by the Allies in WorldWar II as “Europe’s Master Partisan”, although universally, especially across the free world, thisbrave, courageous man was known by his wartime nickname, “Tito”, or “Comrade ‘This andThat’ “, since he was constantly telling staff, his partisans, …

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Hood’s Defeat

Being there . . . . wondering why the ruckus when “the Texas brigade approached, and, noticingGeneral Lee mounted at the edge of the roadside, began shouting and yelling, ‘HOOD! HOOD!’.For two weeks General Hood had been ‘in arrest’ with his troops, but now that they were goinginto battle, they wanted him at their head. …

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The Spy from Place Saint-Sulpice; Riders Upon the Storm

Being there . . . . for two mesmerizing, skillfully set out in narrative form war novels recentlywritten by two veteran authors from Casemate Publishing’s stable of exemplary, NAY, visionarywriting talents, Phillip Parotti and Barry Michael Broman. Causing a bit of sensation due toyears, if not decades, focusing upon highly valued nonfiction, Casemate press during …

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Rear Admiral Schley

Being there . . . . to meet, engage, and evaluate the calling and conspicuous progress, successand controversy, the overall persona of Maryland-born Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley.Reassessing the colorful, often dramatic, career of this virtually unknown naval officer isperhaps the most absorbing military biography published thus far this early Spring. No matterwhere in public …

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