From the Desk of Craig S. Chapman: An Expedition that Needed Another Look

Craig S. Chapman spent thirty years managing dual careers in telecom network sales and the U.S. Army and National Guard. He is the author of Battle Hardened: An Infantry Officer’s Harrowing Journey from D-Day to VE Day and More Terrible Than Victory: North Carolina’s … Continue reading From the Desk of Craig S. Chapman: An Expedition that Needed Another Look

From the Headlines: Books on the US Involvement in Afghanistan

After twenty years, President Biden announced that American troops would be leaving Afghanistan. As the events continue to unfold in Afghanistan, these books from our list shed light on the United States’ involvement in Afghanistan and how it has influenced … Continue reading From the Headlines: Books on the US Involvement in Afghanistan

From the Desk of Lauren K. Thompson: Fraternization on the Rappahannock River

Lauren K. Thompson is an assistant professor of history at McKendree University. Her work has been published in Civil War History and in the edited volume A Forgotten Front: Florida during the Civil War Era. Thompson is the author of Friendly Enemies: Soldier Fraternization … Continue reading From the Desk of Lauren K. Thompson: Fraternization on the Rappahannock River