Chad E. Statler

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American Civil Wars: A Continental History, 1850–1873

Based on an impressive array of secondary sources, this outstanding account will appeal to readers interested in the U.S. Civil War seeking to understand how it affected Mexico and British North America.
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The War That Made America: Essays Inspired by the Scholarship of Gary W. Gallagher

Readers interested in the latest research on Civil War history that moves beyond battles and leaders will enjoy this title.

Reds: The Tragedy of American Communism

This engaging history is based on a wide array of memoirs, FBI files, and other primary records that illuminate the American Communist Party’s lengthy history. Readers of U.S. history, especially about movements deemed radical, will be interested in this title.

The Light of Battle: Eisenhower, D-Day, and the Birth of the American Superpower

This magnificent study is based on deep archival research and offers a comprehensive look into the planning of the Allied invasion of France. Readers interested in World War II history, especially about D-Day, should enjoy.
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Unforgettables: Winners, Losers, Strong Women, and Eccentric Men of the Civil War Era

Culled from the author’s three decades of researching and writing about the Civil War, this book provides vibrant accounts of many prominent people of the era. Readers interested in an introduction to a variety of Civil War personalities and American history will enjoy.

Awakening the Spirit of America: FDR’s War of Words With Charles Lindbergh—and the Battle To Save Democracy

This deeply researched, engaging work demonstrates what was at stake in the war of words between Roosevelt and isolationists in the immediate years prior to the U.S.’s entry into WWII. There’s much to enjoy in this title.

Burma ’44: The Battle That Turned World War II in the East

A thrilling account of a little-known but vital battle, for readers interested in World War II history, especially the Pacific Theater of Operations.
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Patton’s Prayer: A True Story of Courage, Faith, and Victory in World War II

This concise account of Patton and the Third Army is based on a wide array of primary and secondary sources, including Patton’s own writings and military records. Readers interested in World War II history, and Patton specifically, will enjoy.

Four Shots in the Night: A True Story of Spies, Murder, and Justice in Northern Ireland

Readers interested in the Troubles will be intrigued by this dive into violence and secrecy surrounding the IRA.
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