BURD STREET PRESS
Scandals of the Civil War (Nov., $9.95) by Douglas Lee Gibboney looks at the bad, off-duty antics and sexual shenanigans of soldiers of the North and South.
Arms of Destruction: The World's Best Land Weapons of World War II (Oct., $16.95) by Robert A. Slayton delivers a guide to the tanks, rifles and cannons used in WWII.
DUKE UNIV. PRESS
The School of the Americas: Military Training and Political Violence in the Americas (Sept., $19.95) by Lesley Gill is an exposé of the U.S. Army's controversial military establishment.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. PRESS
The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5—6, 1864 (Sept., $24.95) by Gordon C. Rhea recounts the first encounter between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee. Advertising.
OREGON STATE UNIV. PRESS
Waging War on the Home Front: An Illustrated Memoir of World War II (Oct., $24.95) by Chauncey Del French, edited by Lois Mack and Ted Van Arsdol, offers a firsthand account of working-class life in a WWII shipyard.
MacArthur's Victory: The War in New Guinea, 1943—1944 (Jan., $14.95) by Harry A. Gailey recalls MacArthur's extraordinary victory against an entrenched enemy.
Panzer Aces: German Tank Commanders of WWII (Sept.) and
Panzer Aces II: Battle Stories of German Tank Commanders of WWII (Oct., $19.95 each) both by Franz Kurowski, trans. by David Johnston, cover the combat careers of German Panzer officers.