Doug Emlen brings us the story behind the stunning, extreme weapons we see in the animal world—teeth and horns and claws—and what they can tell us about the way humans develop and use arms and other weapons.
August 2014 marks 50 years since Bob Dylan released his fourth album, Another Side of Bob Dylan. Recorded in one night, in the middle of a turbulent year in his life, the album marked a departure from Dylan's socially-conscious folk songs and began his evolution toward other directions.
This is the story of the U.S. Army Pathfinders—their training, bonding, and battlefield exploits—told from the perspectives of the daring men who jumped and the equally bold transport crews who risked everything to fly them into action.
Faith, Truth, and Defiance in the Shadow of the Third Reich
Dietrich von Hildebrand, John Henry Crosby Michael Page
A gripping memoir from German-Catholic philosopher, Dietrich von Hildebrand, demonstrates his opposition to anti-Semitism, his precient understanding of just how deadly Nazism and Hitler would be, and his courage as he perpared to flee Germany.
Kenneth Turan’s Not to be Missed embraces a century of the world’s most satisfying romances and funniest comedies, the most heart-stopping dramas and chilling thrillers in this compendium of fifty-four favorite films.
Identical twins separated at birth, Anaïs Bordier and Samantha Futerman each had no idea the other existed until Anaïs saw Samantha in a YouTube video and realized that she was also born in Korea and adopted.
The war in the South Pacific in its entirety has remained remarkably neglected by historians. South Pacific Cauldron is the first comprehensive narrative history covering all land, sea and air operations in the theater to the end of World War II.