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    “Jennings makes a strong argument for Texas having its own ‘Way of War.’ Readers will find a new perspective to view Texas and military matters.” —Joseph G. Dawson III, editor of The Texas Military Experience

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    “This will be a valuable contribution to the historiography of WWII aviation training.”—Stephen Craft, Embry-Riddle at War: Aviation Training during World War II

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    Number 70 of the Publications of the Texas Folklore Society

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    History remembers “LeMay, the Commander” well. From Wright Field, Ohio, to Hokkaido, Japan, will yield a better understanding of “LeMay, the Man.” 

     

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    “In its precise prose and spooky intelligence and sharp-eyed examination of the condemned kind we are, Last Words of the Holy Ghost is an original.” —Lee K. Abbott, author of All Things, All at Once: New and Selected Stories and judge

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    Traqueros is a significant contribution to the scholarly literature of United States labor history, Chicano social history, and ethnic labor history.” —Juan Gómez-Quiñones, author of Chicano Politics

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    “This biography of Lazelle provides unique new insights into the multi-purpose army of the late nineteenth century.”—Robert Wooster, author of The Military and United States Indian Policy 1865-1903

  • "If you have any interest in the history of the Vietnam War, the age-old culture, values, and religions of the Vietnamese people, the terrible effects of the war on the civilian population and the challenges of providing medical advisory support—this book is for you. I could not lay it down." —LTG Quinn H. Becker, Former U.S. Army Surgeon General

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    “Selcer does a great job of exploring little-known history about the military, education, sports and even some social life and organizations.” —Bob Ray Sanders, author of Calvin Littlejohn: Portrait of a Community in Black and White

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    “This is a very serious and well executed work. The quantity of knowledge packed into these pages is immense.”—Anthony James Joes, Saint Joseph’s University, author of Resisting Rebellion and Victorious Insurgencies

UNT Press publishes two books this month.

News from the University of North Texas Press 2015: Inside UNT Press