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Achilles in Vietnam by Jonathan Shay,M.D.,Ph.D.
Bill
6599
Band of Brothers
Hayward Harrington
4676
Black Hawk Down
Hayward Harrington
4156
Court-Martial at Parris Island
Robert L. Rohrer, US
7610
Death Before Dawn: SEAL Strike Book One
Nick Ryan
6543
Death Valley
chilidog
1371
Facing My Lai
Desdichado
3780
Flags of Our Fathers
usmcsgt65
4768
Ghost Soldiers
Craig Davis
1332
Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units 1861-1865
David E
6900
Hearts in Conflict: A One-Volume History of the Civil War
David
6299
Home To War by Gerald Nicosia
James Worth
6909
Operation Buffalo
chilidog
1489
Platoon Bravo Company
Stan Herrman
7227
Sappers in the Wire
chilidog
5519
Steel My Soldiers' Heart by David Hackworth
usmcsgt65, Hayward H
7773
TEXAS IN THE WAR 1861-1865
David E
6956
The Battle for Hue Tet '68
chilidog
1320
The Battle for Saigon Tet '68
chilidog
1757
The Class of 1846
Bill Doherty
1150
The Colonial Wars, 1689-1762
Daniel Sauerwein
4404
The Guns Of Port Hudson
chilidog
1552
The Guns Of Port Hudson Vol.2
chilidog
6709
The Rescue of the Gale Runner, Death, Heroism and the U.S. Coast Guard
Tamaroa
6123
The Rogue's March
Tamaroa
4704
The Warrior Elite
Bryan Black
1238

26 Total review(s) found.
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This Day in History
1865: Confederate General Joseph Johnston officially surrenders his army to General William T. Sherman at Durham Station, North Carolina.

1865: John Wilkes Booth is killed when Union soldiers track him down to a Virginia farm 12 days after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln.

1865: Joseph E. Johnston surrenders the Army of Tennessee to Sherman.

1937: The ancient Basque town of Guernica in northern Spain is bombed by German planes.

1952: Armistice negotiations are resumed.

1971: The U.S. command in Saigon announces that the U.S. force level in Vietnam is 281,400 men, the lowest since July 1966.

1972: President Nixon, despite the ongoing communist offensive, announces that another 20,000 U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Vietnam in May and June, reducing authorized troop strength to 49,000.