Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming is one of the most distinguished and productive historians and novelists of our time. He has written 20 nonfiction books that have won prizes and praise from critics and fellow historians, many with a special focus on the American Revolution. He has also written 23 novels, many of them bestsellers, which explore the lives of men and women in vivid narratives that range from the raw America of the 1730s to the superpower that confronted World War II and endured Korea and Vietnam.
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How the British Lost the American Revolution

When Sir William Howe, commander-in-chief of the British Army in America, and hi... Details
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Yorktown

At Yorktown, Virginia, after six and a half years of fighting, General George Wa... Details
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The Loyalists: Taking Britain's Side in the American Revolution

They called themselves Loyalists. The rebels called them Tories. This derogatory... Details
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Lincoln's Reporter

During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln often learned the results and tolls of bat... Details
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1776

Why is the myth of 1776?

To state it in its baldest terms: This was t... Details
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Franklin

New York Times bestselling historian Thomas Fleming brings his extraordinary bio... Details
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Time and Tide: A Novel of World War II

The cruiser USS Jefferson City is a ship haunted, perhaps doomed, by a ... Details
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Matthew Ridgway: The Soldier's General

The greatest American general of the twentieth century wasn't Dwight Eisenhower ... Details
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Truman

World War II was roaring to a climax. Harry Truman was meeting with the speaker ... Details
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