Don DeNevi

The Art of Clear Thinking; IWO, 26 Charlie; The Sniper; Total Empire

Being there . . . . to serve as your own “Critic’s Choice” book reviewing columnist for one ortwo, or perhaps even all four, of St. Martins Press’s latest best military offerings thus far thisSpring. With Springtime waning fast, and early summer’s first crop of new titles due soon, andyour current season’s stack of unread …

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Operation Rype

Being there . . . . to participate in the Norwegian sabotage attacks on their country’s NordlandRailway to prevent German troops being redeployed from all over Norway to take part in thefinal battles of World War II. In addition, meet and participate with the brave and courageousmembers of NORSO, the ultra-secret Norwegian Special Operations Group, …

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Down to Earth

Being there . . . . in the predawn morning hours of D-Day, June 6 th , 1944, when the invasion ofnorthern France, “Operation Overlord”, had urgent first call use of all American and Britishground and air forces in that part of the Atlantic. The COSSAC, “Chief of Staff to the SupremeAllied Commander (Designate)”, PLAN …

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The Dallas Story

Being there . . . . to do your share in America’s “Arsenal of Democracy” (President Roosevelt’sconcept) between 1941 and 1945 when our people built more than 255,000 aircraft, almost100,000 tanks, some 350 destroyers, and 225 submarines, to say nothing of over 100,000 oddwar products. Far from the front lines of the Pacific War and …

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Sog Medic

Being there . . . . alongside legendary Special Forces medic Joe Parnar who served with the mostsecret elite unit carrying out extremely dangerous operations during the Vietnam War. Formedin 1964, the Studies and Observations Group (SOG) generated a mixture of enough spicy myths,endearing life-saving legends, cogent and lengthy war stories to fill volumes of …

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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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