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1944 FDR and the year that changed history —Winik, Jay, 1957- author.
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Chronicles the events of 1944 to reveal how nearly the Allies lost World War II, citing the pivotal contributions of FDR, Churchill, and Stalin

How did we get here? : from Theodore Roosevelt to Donald Trump —Dallek, Robert, author.

"The struggle to preserve the Republic has never been easy or without perils. The rise of conflicting political parties, which the founders opposed, and President John Adams' Alien and Sedition Acts repressing First Amen...

Hit the target eight men who led the Eighth Air Force to victory over the Luftwaffe —Yenne, Bill, 1949-
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Less than a month after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Army formed its first air force designated to operate overseas, the Eighth. Within four months, they had set up base in England. Three months later, they were ...

Lincoln on Law, Leadership, and Life —White, Jonathan W., 1979-

Wisdom and stories from one of America's most unique legal minds Abraham Lincoln's success as a politician was rooted in experience in the courtroom. Despite a presidency plagued with moral and legal crises, this self-ta...

A question of character : a life of John F. Kennedy —Reeves, Thomas C., 1936-, author

Elucidates the discrepancies between Kennedy's public life and private behavior and explores the difficult question of how people, and history itself, ought to judge the relation between personal character and national l...

A question of character a life of John F. Kennedy —Reeves, Thomas C., 1936-
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The author, a history professor specializing in twentieth-century American politics and religion, sheds new light on discrepancies between the public life and private behavior of Kennedy. Several years of research have r...