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COMING SOON: DZ Europe: Story of 440th TCG reprint coming May 2014

Originally published in 1946, DZ Europe is the regimental history of the 440th Troop Carrier Group which served in the European Theater of Operations in World War II. The 440th TCG was comprised of the 95th, 96th, 97th and 98th Troop Carrier Groups and airdropped paratroopers and equipment into France and Germany in 1945 in their C-47 Skytrain transport aircraft and also provided towing service for gliders during the same campaigns.

Antietam Creek Press is honored to make DZ Europe available to the general public to help honor those who served their country in the troop carrier community.

UPDATE (July 2017): We have had problems with the scans needed to reprint this book since we first announced this three years ago...

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COMING SOON: “Is War Hell?” by Navy Chaplain W. Charles Goe


COMING SOON: Antietam Creek Press is happy to announce the acquisition of publishing rights to the 1947 World War II memoir “Is War Hell?” by Navy Chaplain W.¬†Charles Goe. The book was originally released in a small run private printing and will now be available to the general public for the first time. Goe was the chaplain of the 23rd Marines (4th Marine Division) and served in the Kwajelien Atoll, Saipan and Tinian campaigns. Release is anticipated to occur sometime in Fall 2013.

UPDATE (July 2017): This is still in our priority list but no action has been taken yet since we first announced this four years ago. Thank you for your patience. We do not have an updated release date at this time.

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Muskets and Memories: A Modern Man’s Journey through the Civil War

Muskets and Memories

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Publication Date: April 4, 2013

The story of the American Civil War as told through the eyes of a veteran Civil War reenactor and historian. By mixing the modern reenactment narrative with historical facts, the author presents a fresh examination of the war, along with its causes and consequences.

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“The early morning fog surrendered to the rising sun, as we marched into the wilderness. The last vestiges of civilization faded out of our sight, as the sunlight illuminated the woodland canopy and freshly blossomed trees that surrounded us.”

A quote from a Civil War soldier? A journal entry of a Civil War reenactor? Or both? With that simple statement, Jeffrey Williams begins his journal, and his journey through Civil War reenact...
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