World War II Off the North Carolina Coast
Kindle (~424 pages)
A history of the time German U-boats entered America's front door unhindered, when the US suffered but overcame the menace of the attacks, the majority of which occurred off the North Carolina coast.
World War 2 Album
Kindle (~130 pages)
Pictorial history of the Lockheed Hudson, an American-built light bomber and coastal reconnaissance aircraft, one of the most versatile aircraft of WWII.
The Other Schindler... Irena Sendler:
Savior of the Holocaust Children
Kindle only (~88 pages)
Irena Sendler, a little lady who saved 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto, is today known all over the world as the "Other Schindler."
Eight Nazi Spies Against America
Kindle (~148 pages)
Originally published in 1959, the book's author, George John Dasch, provides a first-hand account of the German sabotage mission to America (which he sabotaged), the subsequent trial and the years-long, unsuccessful fight to clear his name.
Marines in World War II
The Recapture of Guam
Kindle (~437 pages)
Captured by the Japanese soon after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Guam was retaken in 1944, but not easily.
My time in the ATS
Kindle (~117 pages)
A Bristol woman's story of her time spent in Britain's Auxiliary Territorial Service.
Ace of Aces:
The Story of Fighter Pilot Dick Bong
Kindle only (~88 pages)
The illustrious career of Richard Ira "Dick" Bong, P-38 fighter pilot and America's highest-scoring air Ace.
The Blackout 1939-45
Kindle only (~25 pages)
Reports and eyewitness accounts of what it was like to live through the Blackout in Britain during WWII.
Service With Character
The Disney Studio and World War II
Kindle only (~670 pages)
The onset of the war couldn't have come at a worse time for Walt Disney and his Studio. But Disney and his staff quickly adapted to the new reality by becoming a bonafide war plant.
Then & Now
The Sheffield Blitz
Kindle only (~107 pages)
Anyone too young to remember WWII may find it hard to imagine just how devastated Sheffield was by two German raids in December 1940.
The Flight of Rudolf Hess
Kindle only (~42 pages)
Hitler denounced Hess as a madman who had stolen a plane while in the grip of a delusion in order to "broker peace." The German nation, to whom he had been something of a hero, abruptly disowned him.
Office of Price Administration Tokens:
Complete Image Resource & Checklist
Kindle only (~98 pages)
Token, Token, Who has a Token? War rationing affected every family throughout the US and these little red and blue tokens became a way of life on the home front. A complete pictorial reference of the OPA Tokens available for collecting today.
by Richard Givan
Kindle only (~412 pages)
This WWII thriller opens with a B-17 bombing raid out of England and transitions to a German U-boat prowling the coast of Maine before the storylines come together in the heartland of the US home front.