Series: Best Little Stories

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Best Little Ironies, Oddities & Mysteries of the Civil War by C. Brian Kelly
Best Little Stories From World War II by C. Brian Kelly

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  1. Generals in Gray: Lives of the Confederate Commanders by Ezra J. Warner (1959)
  2. World War II Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West by Laurence Rees (2008)
  3. Confederate Ordeal: The Southern Home Front by Steven A. Channing (1600)
  4. The Hitler Book: The Secret Dossier Prepared for Stalin from the Interrogations of Otto Guensche and Heinze Linge, Hitler's Closest Personal Aides by Henrik Eberle (2005)
  5. Battles lost and won : great campaigns of World War II by Hanson W. Baldwin (1966)
  6. Battle Tactics of the Civil War by Paddy Griffith (1987)
  7. Retreat from Gettysburg: Lee, Logistics, and the Pennsylvania Campaign by Kent Masterson Brown (2005)
  8. Unexplained Mysteries of World War II by William B. Breuer (1997)
  9. Churchill, Hitler, and "The Unnecessary War": How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World by Patrick J. Buchanan (2008)
  10. General Lee's Army: From Victory to Collapse by Joseph Glatthaar (2008)
  11. Christ in the Camp by J. William Jones (1904)
  12. Delivered from Evil: The Saga of World War II: The First Complete One-Volume History by Robert Leckie (1987)
  13. Aircraft Down!: Evading Capture in WWII Europe by Philip D. Caine (1997)
  14. Army of the heartland : The Army of Tennessee, 1861-1862 by Thomas Lawrence Connelly (1967)
  15. Meeting at Potsdam by Charles L. Mee (1896)

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