Tag Archives: Military/General

The Rise of Germany, 1939-1941

by James Holland

The first volume in a major, wide-ranging three-volume revisionist history of World War II in Europe, North Africa, and the Atlantic from a highly…

War Law

by Michael Byers

“Should be read, and pondered, by those who are seriously concerned with the legacy we will leave to future generations.” –Noam Chomsky

One Soldier’s War

by Arkady Babchenko

“By turns horrific, sad, and funny, [One Soldier’s War] fills a big gap by providing us with the first-person experiences of an articulate Russian…

My War Gone By, I Miss It So

by Anthony Loyd

Anthony Loyd’s gripping depiction of the depravity of war in Bosnia and Chechnya “places him into the great tradition of Hemingway, Caputo, and Michael…

Killing Pablo

by Mark Bowden

“The story of how U.S. Army Intelligence and Delta Force commandos helped Colombian police track down and kill Pablo Escobar. . . . A…

Honorable Treachery

by G. J. A. O'Toole

A reissue of the first comprehensive history of American intelligence, espionage, and covert action—a book poised to capture a new audience in the wake…

The Hidden War

by Artyom Borovik

“[A] remarkable book . . . Borovik manages to convey an intimate sense of the war in Afghanistan with the novelist’s eye for the…