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The vital role of the military all-source intelligence in the eastern theater of operations during the U.S. Civil War is told through the biography of its creator, George H. Sharpe. Renowned historian Peter Tsouras contends that this creation under Sharpe’s leadership was the combat multiplier that ultimately allowed the Union to be victorious. Sharpe is celebrated as one of the most remarkable Americans of the 19th century. He built an intelligence... more...

Learn the unbelievable true history of the great warrior tribes of Mexico.More than thirteen centuries of incredible spellbinding history are detailed in this intriguing study of the rulers and warriors of Mexico. Dozens of these charismatic leaders of nations and armies are brought to life by the deep research and entertaining storytelling of Peter Tsouras.Tsouras introduces the reader to the colossal personalities of the period: Smoking Frog, the... more...

Ever wondered what would have happened if the Confederates had won the Civil War? This book not only says that it could have happened, but it also goes into detail to show you just how easily it could have—you’re in for a shock! Written by military historian Peter G. Tsouras, Dixie Victorious examines a number of convincing scenarios, real battles, actions, and characters, and reveals how choices or minor incidents could have set in... more...

Surveys the development of modern military weapons, strategies, and tactics

What might have been if the Allied invasion of Europe in June 1944 didn’t have the same outcome? In Disaster at D-Day, historian Peter G. Tsouras shows us what could have been, if only a few things had happened differently. From the slight repositioning of units to the presence of certain commanders; Tsouras gives an in-depth description of not only what could have been, but just how close it was to happening. Disaster at... more...


'Peter G. Tsouras does an excellent job ...Readers will marvel at just how close Germany came to winning a key event in World War II.' Air & Space Power Journal 'Convincing.' Pennant: The Journal of the Forces Pension Society. 'Fascinating.' Magweb. War is a deadly game of chance where a single detail or decision can have far-reaching consequences. What if Hitler's generals had captured the cream of the British Expeditionary Force at Dunkirk? What... more...

Places Aztec civilization and history in the context of world history Montezuma (ca. 1466–1520), who had been educated as a priest and had served well as a military commander, ascended to the Aztec throne in about 1502 on the basis of his military record and reputation for piety. As Peter G. Tsouras demonstrates, almost immediately Montezuma transformed himself from a man of good judgment to a pitiless autocrat. He killed indiscriminately at home and... more...

“Everyone with an interest in the Pacific War will find something stimulating in this thought-provoking study of what might have been.” –British Army Review In war, victory can be held hostage to seemingly insignificant incidents–chance events, opportunities seized or cast aside–that can derail the most brilliant military strategies and change the course of history. What if the Japanese had conquered India and driven out the British? What... more...

“Do you know what military glory is? It is ‘that attractive rainbow, that rises in showers of blood—that serpent’s eye, that charms to destroy.’” —Abraham LincolnThe Union in dire peril! The war that began in Peter G. Tsouras’s previous alternate history, Britannia’s Fist, accelerates during a few desperate weeks in October 1863. From the bayous of Louisiana to the green hills of the Hudson Valley, from Chicago in flames to the gates... more...