7 Books to Read for Veterans Day

by The History Reader

World War I officially came to an end when the Treaty of Versailles was signed in June of 1919. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice between the Allied nations and Germany went into … Read the article

The Aftereffects of War

by Bill Glose

To fully understand a specific war, one must not only study the casualties and capitulations that come with every scrap of fought-over land, but also the lingering effects on those called upon to fight its battles. War … Read the article

The True Treasure of Ancient Egypt

by Professor John Coleman Darnell and Dr. Colleen Darnell

Egyptologists and authors of Egypt’s Golden Couple, Professor John Coleman Darnell (Yale University) and Dr. Colleen Darnell reveal some of the findings they have made pertaining to King Tut to celebrate … Read the article

FDR and American Politics During WWII

by Peter Shinkle

Amid all the momentous battles and horrific tragedies of World War II, American political events in that era are often overlooked. However, during the war years, the American political system experienced its own violent earthquake far away … Read the article

Take That Hill

by Tom Clavin

On November 1, 2022, the next Bob Drury and Tom Clavin collaboration, The Last Hill: The Epic Story of a Ranger Battalion and the Battle That Defined WW II hits shelves everywhere. Our last book, Blood and … Read the article

Tutankhamun: A Tomb Like No Other

by Tasha Alexander

Few stories in the history of stories are better than that of Howard Carter discovering Tutankhamun’s tomb one hundred years ago on November 4. If it were fiction rather than fact, it would be wholly unbelievable. … Read the article