Russell Freedman expands our knowledge of resistance within Germany during World War II and the Nazi regime.
The epic life of samurai Minamoto Yoshitsune (1159-1189) included many action movie tropes.
The Lutheran theologian was the unlikely center of an internal plot to end the Holocaust.
The much-honored children's author tells the entire history of the conflict, from FDR all the way to the present day.
“Courage? I should think, sir, a soldier’s wife ought to have courage.”
What connection could a World War II hero from Poland possibly have to Kansas? All is revealed in this young readers edition of Irena's Children.
Following her first volume about women in World War II, author Kathryn J. Atwood reveals even more stories of women on the harrowing Pacific front.