11 Books About Abraham Lincoln

    From biographies to a collection of Lincoln’s writings, there’s much more to the 16th president than you might think.

    by Danielle Golds

    The 11 Best Autobiographies To Change Your View of History

    These unbelievable stories stretch beyond the pages of your average history book.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The 15 Most Fascinating Biographies of the Last 25 Years

    Discover the unusual lives of leaders, revolutionaries, and eccentrics alike.

    by Dave Adams

    8 Books About the History of Space Exploration 

    The triumphant, the tragic, and everything in between. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    7 Must-Read Roger Angell Books

    Legendary essays on baseball, reflections on aging, and so much more. 

    by Stephen Lovely

    8 Books Behind Great War Movies

    From non-fiction accounts to novels, books have inspired some of the greatest war films ever made.

    by Stephen Lovely

    Battle of Ia Drang: The United States Army’s Brutal Entry into the Vietnam War 

    The 1965 battle marked the first major conflict between the United States Army and the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Unbelievable Lives of Pilots Jessie Miller and Bill Lancaster

    The pair’s spectacular accomplishments and whirlwind romance will forever be marked by a shocking scandal.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe

    Anthony Summers’ book, Goddess, sheds light on this starlet’s short-lived time in the spotlight. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    8 Books to Read for Black History Month

    From great triumphs to continuing struggles, learn more about African American history with these books.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    12 Books That Offer Perspectives on the Presidents

    Get a fresh take on the men who led—and currently lead—our country.

    by Danielle Golds

    15 Eye-Opening Books About the Holocaust

    From firsthand accounts to comprehensive studies, these books examine the tragedies of the Holocaust.

    by Danielle Golds

    The Post Reporters Who Exposed the Truth About the Vietnam War

    In 1971, the "Washington Post" risked everything to publish government secrets after their competitor was indicted for the same crime.

    by Olivia Mason

    Fidel Castro, the CIA, and John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

    It’s been 54 years since the assassination of JFK, and the mystery surrounding his death still haunts us.

    by Sarah Mangiola

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