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Ulysses S Grant

Ulysses S Grant

Grant | History (Academic)
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The much admired general and president. First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen.

The Anglo Saxon Century

The Anglo Saxon Century

John Dos Passos | History (Academic)
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A gripping read about the unification of Anglo emirs in the 20th century by renowned writer.

Rise of the Russian Empire

Rise of the Russian Empire

Hector H Munro | History (Academic)
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1899 rendering of the Russian Empire. Compare with what they are doing today.

Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV

Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV

John Lord | History (Academic)
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This volume focuses on the most significant events in the New Era.

Beacon Lights of History, Volume X

Beacon Lights of History, Volume X

John Lord | History (Academic)
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This volume focuses on the most prominent European leaders.

Intelligence in the Civil War

Intelligence in the Civil War

Central Intelligence Agency | History (Academic)
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Though much has been written about the Civil War itself, little has been written about the spy war that went on within. The chronicling of Civil War intelligence activities, challenges historians because of the lack of records, the lack of access to records, and the questionable truth of other...

Preparing for Martial Law: Through the Eyes of Col. Ryszard Kuklinski

Preparing for Martial Law: Through the Eyes of Col. Ryszard Kuklinski

Central Intelligence Agency | History (Academic)
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Between July 1980 and December 1981, Poland stumbled through the most serious political crisis faced by a Warsaw Pact member since the Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia in 1968. The resolution of this crisis through the declaration of martial law by the Polish authorities provided only a temporary...

Wartime Statutes: Instruments of Soviet Control

Wartime Statutes: Instruments of Soviet Control

Central Intelligence Agency | History (Academic)
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Soviet military planning for conflict in Europe after World War II from the outset harnessed East European military capabilities to Soviet military purposes and assumed operational subordination of East European military formations to higher-level Soviet commands.

The Warsaw Pact: Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance

The Warsaw Pact: Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance

Central Intelligence Agency | History (Academic)
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After Communist regimes in Eastern Europe collapsed twenty years ago and the Soviet Union disintegrated two years later, immense opportunities for archival research opened.

CIA Analysis of the Warsaw Pact Forces: The Importance Of Clandestine Reporting

CIA Analysis of the Warsaw Pact Forces: The Importance Of Clandestine Reporting

Central Intelligence Agency | History (Academic)
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This study examines the role of clandestine reporting in the CIA's analysis of the Warsaw Pact from 1955 to 1985. The Soviet Union established itself as a threat to the West at the end of World War II by its military occupation of eastern European countries and the attempts of its armed proxies to...