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DISTANT BUGLES, DISTANT DRUMS THE FIGHTING FIRST GIVEN UP FOR DEAD THE ROCK OF ANZIO SOLDIERS ON SKIS


IF CHAOS REIGNS

If Chaos Reigns
The Near-Disaster and Ultimate Triumph of Allied Airborne Forces on D-Day,
June 6, 1944
(2011)

THE BEASTS OF BUCHENWALD

The Beasts of Buchenwald
Karl & Ilse Koch, Human-Skin Lampshades, and the War-Crimes Trial of the Century
(March 2011)

INTERNAL CONFLICTS

Internal Conflicts
The Epic Novel of the Turbulent Sixties
(Nov. 1, 2009)

TURBULENCE BEFORE TAKEOFF BY FLINT WHITLOCK

Turbulence Before Takeoff
The Life and Times of Aviation Pioneer Marlon DeWitt Green
(Feb. 2, 2009)

THE DEPTHS OF COURAGE BY FLINT WHITLOCK
The Depths
of Courage

American Submariners at
War with Japan,
1941-1945

CAPT. JEPP AND THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK BY FLINT WHITLOCK
Capt. Jepp and the Little Black Book
How Barnstormer and Aviation Pioneer Elrey B. Jeppesen Made the Skies Safer for Everyone

DISTANT BUGLES, DISTANT DRUMS BY FLINT WHITLOCK
Distant Bugles,
Distant Drums
The Union Response
to the Confederate Invasion of New Mexico

GIVEN UP FOR DEAD BY FLINT WHITLOCK
Given Up for Dead:
American GIs in the Nazi Concentration Camp at Berga

THE FIGHTING FIRST BY FLINT WHITLOCK
The Fighting First:
The Untold Story of the Big Red One on D-Day

THE ROCK OF ANZIO BY FLINT WHITLOCK
The Rock Of Anzio:
From Sicily to Dachau: A History of the 45th Infantry Division

SOLDIERS ON SKIS BY FLINT WHITLOCK
Soldiers On Skis:
A Pictorial Memoir Of The 10th Mountain Division

 

FLINT WHITLOCK

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Welcome to the electronic headquarters of Flint Whitlock, author and military historian. Since 1986, Flint Whitlock has been creating memorable, highly personal stories of men at war, which have appeared in several books and numerous articles in World War II and WWII History magazines. Reviewers have said
that his accounts of combat put the reader right in the foxhole, sweating out the artillery barrages, the tank and infantry charges, and enduring the fear and hardships with the individual soldier.

Dr. John Votaw, former head of the First Infantry Division Museum at Cantigny in Wheaton, Illinois, once paid him the ultimate compliment: "Flint Whitlock has a gift for empathy."

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