Read Ernest Shackleton's survival-story account of his 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. The tale is accompanied, in part, by Frank Hurley's photographs taken during the incredible journey.
This is the first fully illustrated edition of Francis Parkman's famed memoir, published in1849, when the 19th century's most famous historian spent two rambling months exploring the first third of the Oregon
The Fifteenth Air Force took the air battle against the Axis powers and Nazi Germany to areas England-based bombers could not reach, contributing significantly to the Allied victory in World War II.
The history of United States Air Force, from its beginnings in 1907 as the Aeronautical Division of US Army's Signal Corps through its growth into the foremost aerial armed force it is
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."