This is volume III, which covers the war in the South. Although dated, it gives good information on historical sites in the states from Virginia to Georgia, including historical background, maps and charts.
Ernie Pyle was perhaps the most famous of the imbedded correspondents covering US troop movements during WWII. He lost his life in 1945 in the Pacific. This is an excellent primary source, complete with a listing of the men he talked to and about in the back. Someone's grandfather might very well be listed in this book which pays wonderful tribute to The Greatest Generation.
Please Note: This is not a conventional coloring book, which is against PBS TOU. It is a book of biographical sketches of Civil War military leaders, Union and Confederate. The pages can be colored, but are presently unmarked.
Another winner from British author Jessica Hart - corporate CEO Patrick Farr contracts a marriage of convenience with his personal assistant, Louisa Dennison, only to discover that he's gone and fallen in love with his own wife!
Writen by English author DE Stevenson and first published in 1940, The English Air deals with the experiences of a young man, half German and half English, who comes to Britain in the days leading up to WWII, convinced of the justice of the German cause. Only as he sees the essential goodness and kindness of his English relatives and their friends and realizes just how horribly he has been deceived by Hitler's propaganda machine does he change his mind, joining a German underground movement and risking his life to try to tell his fellow Germans the truth about Hitler's vaunting ambitions.
Details the history of Pontiac's 'pony car'. Year by year model analysis, factory archival photographs, period advertising, original color and black and white photography, technical specifications, production numbers, and performance figures chronicle the Firebird story...in more than eighty color and black and white photographs.
Ever wondered what the floorplan of Kinsey Millhone's garage apartment looks like? Want to see a photograph of the Santa Teresa Police Department building, or find out why Kinsey likes peanut butter and pickle sandwiches? It's all in there, though it only goes through "M is for Malice" . A good resource for Millhone fans.