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Behind The Lines

Author: W. E. B. Griffin
Publisher: Putnam Adult
ISBN: 9780399140860
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When a man who calls himself "General" Fertig sets himself up as a guerilla leader to harass the Japanese, Marine lieutenant Ken McCoy heads a mission behind enemy lines in order to discern which of the stories about Fertig are true.

The 21st North Carolina Infantry

Author: Lee W. Sherrill, Jr.
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786476265
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"The 21st North Carolina Troops (11th North Carolina Volunteers) was one of two Tar Heel Confederate regiments that in 1865 could boast "From Manassas to Appomattox." Written from the perspective of the 1,942 men who served in the regiment and filled with anecdotal material gleaned from over 700 letters and memoirs collected by the author"--

The Naval Chronicle Volume 7 January July 1802

Author: James Stanier Clarke
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108018467
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Volume 7 of the Naval Chronicle (1802), published during the Peace of Amiens, concentrates on professional and technical naval subjects.

The New Cambridge Modern History Volume 7 The Old Regime 1713 1763

Author: J. O. Lindsay
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521045452
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This volume surveys the political, military and diplomatic history of a period of changing alliances and limited and gentlemanly but frequent wars. It gives particular weight to the emergence of Prussia and Russia as European Powers and to the rivalry of France and England in America, in India and on the high seas. The economic background to these national fortunes is of increasing international trade, technological progress and colonialisation. Socially, European society slowly evolved from the domination of the aristocracy to that of urban populations and bourgeois administrators. Intellectually, the culture of Europe took on what are recognized as specifically eighteenth-century forms and ideals. From the point of view of world history this period saw the confirmation of European pre-eminence and dominion.