Chad E. Statler

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Skies of Thunder: The Deadly World War II Mission Over the Roof of the World

Readers interested in the China-Burma-India Theater of World War II and Asian history will enjoy Alexander’s detailed and beautifully written account.
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No Bullet Got Me Yet: The Relentless Faith of Father Kapaun

Readers interested in military and Korean War history and faith-based stories will enjoy this book about a man whose simple yet profound piety influenced all who came in contact with him, regardless of their faith or background.

The Counterfeit Countess: The Jewish Woman Who Rescued Thousands of Poles During the Holocaust

A full portrait of a woman who saved thousands in Nazi-occupied Poland, with broad appeal for readers interested in Holocaust and eastern European history and survivor’s stories.
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Finding Waypoints: A Warrior’s Journey Toward Peace and Purpose

A must for readers interested in stories about overcoming adversity and learning about the power of faith and perseverance.
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The Savage Storm: The Battle for Italy 1943

Readers interested in World War II history, especially the Mediterranean campaign, will enjoy this title.
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In the Pines: A Lynching, a Lie, a Reckoning

This book about a lynching shows how whites maintained white supremacy as they resisted desegregation and the expansion of Black voting rights. Recommended for those interested in civil rights and Southern history.

Longstreet: The Confederate General Who Defied the South

This biography offers a fresh and balanced appraisal of Longstreet’s life and postwar career. Readers interested in American history, the Civil War, and biographies will enjoy this well-written treatment.

In the Shadow of Fear: America and the World in 1950

Based on extensive primary research, this highly readable account highlights these critical months when the U.S. enjoyed its prosperity, and part of the world descended into violence. An important read for those interested in postwar American history, both domestic and abroad.

On Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely Heroism of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

Based on extensive primary research, this book gives fresh insight into Chamberlain’s life. Readers interested in the American Civil War and biographies of famous 19th-century Americans will enjoy this title.
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