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 A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge
Charles B. MacDonald
he Battle of the Bulge is significant in the annals of war not only because of how it ended, but also because of how it began disastrously for the Allied forces. In a final effort to change the course of the war, Hitler launched a surprise attack on Allied forces in the Ardennes region of Belgium and Luxembourg. But what began as a failure of inconceivable magnitude by U.S. Army intelligence ended in the most decisive European victory of World War II and the greatest American Army victory ever. One of America's most respected historians, Charles B. MacDonald also fought in the Battle of the Bulge as an infantry commander. He tells the story of this remarkable battle with both the perspective of an eminent military historian and the immediacy of an  eyewitness. His authority and experience make A Time for Trumpets an unmatched work of veracity and power.

Company Commander
Charles B. MacDonald
cover As a newly commissioned Captain of a veteran Army regiment, MacDonald's first combat was war at its most hellish-the Battle of the Bulge.


Lincoln on Leadership : Executive Strategies for Tough Times
Donald T. Phillips
A must read for military leaders and business people. Phillips offers simple, straight forward examples on how to be a stellar leader when everyone is fighting against you. He takes you through Abraham Lincoln's administration and the proven techniques he used to win people over to his way of thinking. You also come away from the book with a deep sense of respect for President Lincoln.


The Founding Fathers on Leadership: Classic Teamwork in Changing Times
Donald T. Phillips
When America aspired to break free from Britain, the real-life David-and-Goliath situation required that a full-blown cadre of dynamic leaders arise immediately from the revolutionary populace. As history shows, it did. Now, Donald T. Phillips--writer, speaker, and mayor of Fairview, Texas--uses those events to suggest ways that today's business people can likewise overcome tough odds and achieve success. Goal-setting, communication, and risk-taking, Phillips writes in The Founding Fathers on Leadership: Classic Teamwork in Changing Times, are just a few of the traits to be learned by studying Washington, Jefferson, and their colleagues.

Business Not As Usual: How to Win Managing a Company Through Hard and Easy Times
Hugh Aaron
Concrete and powerful essays on how to run a business,
based on experience, not theory. This book is being used in business school classrooms; some chapters have been copied entirely into other texts. Eight of its 68 sub-chapters were published in the Manager's Journal column of The Wall Street Journal. Read about: What makes entrepreneurs different; why they fail or succeed; how a CEO successfully copes with recession - and a rebound; a prescription for improving productivity; an outline of an incentive plan; the fundamental role of a business's culture; and much more.

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