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  • The Italian Campaign

    13 members Latest Activity: Feb 28

    The Allied war in Italy. From Sicily and then to mainland Salerno, Monte Cassino and on to Anzio and Rome. From 1943 to 1945, this theater had it…

  • U.S. Artillery Units in Holland,1944 -1945

    9 members Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2014

    About the U.S. Artillery units in the Netherlands.

    Also have some knowledge about the Battle of Arnhem, September 1944, and have…

  • We're talking about Zenith Press Books

    22 members Latest Activity: Feb 19

    This new group is the dedicated forum for Zenith Press Publishing. Learn about the latest books and authors news here. 

    SALES…

  • The Attack on Pearl Harbor

    35 members Latest Activity: Feb 27

    The 7 December 1941 Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor pulled an isolationist America into the Second World War.

  • War in the Pacific

    49 members Latest Activity: on Friday

  • Authors, Educators & Historians

    14 members Latest Activity: Feb 27

    We strive to offer a unique forum for authors, educators and historians to share their research challenges, findings and other interesting…

  • Australia, Canada, and other Allied Forces

    17 members Latest Activity: Feb 27

    Learn about the roles the Australians, Canadians, and other Allied Forces played in World War II. Share your family stories and research,…

  • Writing the History of World War II

    16 members Latest Activity: Mar 4

    Whether fiction or non-fiction, the historiography of the Second World War is one of the most popular writing genres. This new forum is open to…

  • Books, Book Reviews, and What We're Reading

    33 members Latest Activity: 2 hours ago

    Have you read a great book on World War II? Let us know what you think. Post your review in the Discussion Forum below. Or, if you'd rather post a…

  • On the Homefront

    74 members Latest Activity: Mar 8

    On the Homefront: the cultural and social history of the Second World War

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All Members receive a 40% discount on all books ordered directly from Quarto Publishing Group USA (Zenith Press, Aurum Press and other publishers within Quarto). For details including the promo code, please click here »

new release giveaways

Stay the Rising Sun

By PHIL KEITH

The publication date is 1 May 2015 »

Please join us Thursday evening, April 9th 2015 in the 'Victory at Sea: U.S. Navy, Coast Guard & Merchant Marine' group. We have ten (10) copies reserved for us by our great friend Nichole Schiele and business partner Zenith Press.

From Zenith Press: "In May 1942, the United States' first first naval victory against the Japanese in the Coral Sea was marred by the loss of the aircraft carrier USS Lexington. Another carrier was nearly ready for launch when the news arrived, so the navy changed her name to Lexington, confusing the Japanese."

Gallipoli

By ALAN MOOREHEAD

Available now from Aurum Press »

Please join us Thursday evening, April 23rd in the 'The First World War' group. We have ten (10) copies reserved for us by our good friend Nichole Schiele at Aurum Press and Zenith Press.

From Aurum Press: "A century has now gone by, yet the Gallipoli campaign of 1915-16 is still infamous as arguably the most ill conceived, badly led and pointless campaign of the entire First World War." More »

Hidden Warships

By NICHOLAS A. VERONICO

The publication date is 5 June 2015 »

Please join us Thursday evening, May 7th 2015 in the 'Victory at Sea: U.S. Navy, Coast Guard & Merchant Marine' group. We have ten (10) copies reserved for us by our great friend Nichole Schiele and business partner Zenith Press.

From Zenith Press: "World War II produced many epic naval battles and technologies. The many resulting shipwrecks from this immense war unintentionally created a record of new warfighting technologies that today's armchair explorers and shipwreck hunters can participate in.

The Debs of Bletchley Park and Other Stories

By MICHAEL SMITH

Available Now »

Please join us Thursday evening, May 21, 2015 in the British Forces and The Battle of Britain group. This event is sponsored by our business partner and good friend Nichole Shiele at Zenith Press.

From Aurum Press: "For Winston Churchill the men and women at Bletchley Park were 'the geese the laid the golden eggs', providing important intelligence that led to the Allied victory in the Second World War. At the peak of Bletchley's success, a total of twelve thousand people worked there of whom more than eight thousand were women." More »

Upcoming June Giveaways:

World War II at Sea: A Naval View of the Global Conflict: 1939 to 1945

By JEREMY HARWOOD

Alan Turing: The Enigma: The Book That Inspired the Film "The Imitation Game"

By ANDREW HODGES

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Book Review: The Guns at Last Light: The War in Western Europe, 1944-1945

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Lt. Col. Robert Hite, of 'Doolittle Tokyo Raiders,' dead at 95

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