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Being there . . . away from the battlefields, dead and dying, evil and destruction, in the warmth and safety of a living room armchair, dog at the feet, cat near the elbow, relishing one-of-a-kind military reading . . .

MEET McFARLAND BOOKS – – 1,600+ active titles on America’s armed forces In World. War II

Emerging as a tiny, but leading independent publishing company of nonfiction titles for the academic and general markets, it has distinguished itself both nationally and internationally with daring biographies, themes and topics, often rejected by larger publishing houses due to perceived low profitability. McFarland publishes more than 350 new titles per year in print and eBook formats with some 7,000 works available on an amazing wide range of subjects other than war, the main one introducing then focusing upon popular culture. Military buffs of the various, or all, the nation’s wars would do well to stay abreast of McFarland’s expansion plans, widening title lists, and latest publications by subscribing to the company’s monthly newsletter. Or, visit and browse the full catalog online, McFarlandBooks.Com, for expanded book descriptions, review quotes, and author biographies.

Being there . . . . to eyewitness a post-WW II poignant piece of unknown American history

An American Author Answers Americans Asking, “When can we go back to America?” Reviewed and Recommended by Don DeNevi “When Can We Go Back to America?”, by Susan Kamei, Foreword by Secretary Norman Y, Mineta. Simon & Schuster; 736 pp, Amazon $20.49. By the time the few antiaircraft guns protecting the airways over the Hawaiian …

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Being present during the liberation of the Philippines . . .

. . . continuing from September 26, 2021 Being present during the liberation of the Philippines . . . Three more fascinating World War II books for Christmas and the New Year from McFarland, allowing readers to relive the ferocious fighting to free Mindanao and Manila Reviewed by Don DeNevi “Come on along and help …

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Yamato, Flagship of the Imperial Japanese Navy

“Yamato, Flagship of the Imperial Japanese Navy”; by Daniel Knowles, Casemate, Fonthill Media, 224 pages, $49, 76 b & w images. Publisher’s Summary: Named after the Yamato Province, Yamato was designed to counter the numerically superior fleet of the US Navy. Built amongst a shroud of secrecy and deception and commissioned shortly after the outbreak …

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REVIEW: The Nazi Spy Ring in America – Hitler’s Agents, The FBI & The Case That Stirred The Nation

Publisher’s Summary: In the mid-1930s, just as the United States was embarking on a policy of neutrality, Nazi Germany launched a program of espionage against the unwary nation. “The Nazi Spy Ring in America” tells the story of Hitler’s attempts to interfere in American affairs by spreading anti-Semitic propaganda, stealing military technology and mapping U.S. …

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