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Zenith Press publishes historical nonfiction in narrative, illustrated, and graphic formats. Building on a core of 19th and 20th century military history in America, Zenith also publishes titles on the history of aviation, technology, and science, and also in selected areas of cultural and social history -- all with a distinctly American angle. From a narrative of a famed American WWII flying squadron to an illustrated celebration of NASA's famed Space Shuttle program to a cultural history of moonshine in the 19th and 20th centuries, Zenith books are engaging American stories with a firm historical foundation.
In 1943, President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked the nation for volunteers for a “secret and dangerous mission.” Three thousand young men volunteered. Just 200 of the Army rangers came home. CBS News recently spoke with one of the survivors of the mission, which is chronicled in the Zenith Press title "Merrill's Marauders". Learn More.
Dick Camp, author of Boots on the Ground, Last Man Standing and other books for Zenith Press, shared his thoughts about Veteran's Day with newspapers across the country. Learn More.
Lt. Col. Matt Martin, author of Predator: The Remote-Control Air War over Iraq and Afghanistan, shared his experience in a recent story in the New York Times about the use of drones in battle. Learn More.