War & Military

The Final Campaign: Marines in the Victory on Okinawa

Read by Aaron Bennett


Joseph H. Alexander


The three-month-long battle of Okinawa covered a 700-mile arc from Formosa to Kyushu and involved a million combatants--Americans, Japanese,…

The Roman Triumvirates

Read by Pamela Nagami


Charles Merivale


In this short volume, the British historian, Charles Merivale, describes the long conflict by which the rule of one man replaced the Roman R…

The Normans in Europe

Read by Pamela Nagami


Arthur Henry Johnson


This short history of the Normans in Europe opens with the invasions of the Vikings, who came from Scandinavian villages among rugged rocks …

Infamous Day: Marines At Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941

Read by David Wales


Robert James Cressman


Historical overview and personal reminiscences published in 1992. Pearl Harbor attack 7 December 1941. Part of U.S. Government U.S. Marine…

History of Henry the Fourth King of France and Navarre

Read by Pamela Nagami


John Stevens Cabot Abbott


Henry IV, King of France and Navarre (1553-1610) was the first monarch of France from the House of Bourbon. He was raised in the Protestant …

The Causes Of The American Civil War

Read by David Wales


John Lothrop Motley


John Lothrop Motley (1814 – 1877) was an American author and popular diplomat, who helped to prevent European intervention on the side of th…

The Confessions of Nat Turner, The Leader of the Late Insurrection in Southampt…

Read by Joel Kindrick


Thomas R. Gray


This is a detailed description of the massacre that took place on August 21-23, 1831 that became known as Nat Turner's Rebellion. Nat Turner…

The Life of Washington, Volume 2

Read by Jim Locke


John James Marshall


Volume 2 of The Life begins with some early biography, but moves quickly to Washington's military career as a colonel in the battles against…

The Life of Washington, Volume 3

Read by Jim Locke


John James Marshall


Volume 3 of The Life continues the Revolutionary War from the incursion into Jersey in 1778 to its conclusion with the surrender of Lord Cor…

The Monitor and the Merrimac: Both sides of the story

Read by Jeffery


John Worden


The American Civil War lasted four years, from 1861 to 1865. It included some iconic battles that have maintained enough interest to merit r…

With the Anzacs in Cairo

Read by Adam Bielka


Guy Thornton


Guy Thornton recounts his experiences serving as a military chaplain with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) while stationed …

War Flying by a Pilot

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Lessel Finer Hutcheon


Published in 1917, this "little volume of 'Theta’s' letters to his home people" was assembled to provide useful information for yo…

Europe in Renaissance and Reformation 1453-1660

Read by Pamela Nagami


Mary A. Hollings


In a small space the Oxford-educated historian, Mary Hollings, provides a panoramic view of a tumultuous age. We meet Cesare Borgia and Savo…

U. S. Marine Operations in Korea 1950-1953, Volume 1: The Pusan Perimeter

Read by Aaron Bennett


Lynn Montross


It meant little to most Americans on 25 June 1950 to read in their Sunday newspapers that civil strife had broken out in Korea. They could h…

The County Regiment

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Dudley Landon Vaill


A sketch of the second regiment of Connecticut volunteer heavy artillery, originally the Nineteenth Volunteer Infantry, in the Civil War.

A Minor War History

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Martin Alonzo Haynes


A personal history of the American Civil War taken from the author's own letters to 'the girl he left behind', who later became his wife. Th…

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