The best worst tank and the ship that wasn't
The Best Worst Tank and The Ship That Wasn't is a collection of interesting and historic military topics written by Paul Mitura, an Army officer with more than 30 years of service. Mitura is a graduate of the United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the Air War College. He holds multiple advanced degrees. Mitura's service and passion for history blend together to provide a survey of little-known military stories from our country's history. This book is a compilation of unique stories about equipment, battles, people, and events that occurred in both war and peace. It will interest the history enthusiast, the general reader, and the veteran alike. The author explores unique and engaging questions such as... What makes a great tank the best tank? What President had the longest military career? What actors served in the military? What rifles were used in the Civil War? The book includes other unique topics such as balloons, gliders, submarines, and spies as they added to our glorious military history. Mitura also offers his opinion on other subjects supported with well-researched and detailed facts... Who had the greatest military career? What is the most beautiful warship? The unique stories and beautiful illustrations combine to make this a wonderful read that will capture the reader's attention from start to finish. -- in Amazon.com.
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|Geneva Public Library||904 MIT (Text)
Second Floor Nonfiction