The unique story of the Tuskegee's Airmen is told through firsthand accounts from the pilots, more than 100 rare historical photographs, and Roy La Grone's outstanding paintings.
The lessons learned when the Lexington was lost at Coral Sea forged a turning point in World War II. A new era in naval warfare is the legacy of the "Lady Lex."
A beautifully illustrated art history and cultural biography of one of the most influential artistic quarters in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – London's Tite Street.
Aviation expert Robert F. Dorr profiles history's most important, fascinating, and famous aircraft ever made, both military and commercial, including many that were flown during World War II.