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Product Description: The actual history of the United States' worst-kept military secret revealed in graphic format.Though nearly everyone has heard of it, almost no one has known anything about it . . . until now. Located in the remote Nevada desert near the dry bed of Groom Lake, Area 51 is the most famous military installation in the world that doesn't "officially" exist...read more
By Greg Scott (illustrator) and Dwight Jon Zimmerman

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9780760346648 | Zenith Pr, November 3, 2014, cover price $19.99 | About this edition: The actual history of the United States' worst-kept military secret revealed in graphic format.

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Product Description: Volume 3 contains the #1/2 issue "The Invasion Dossier," the Baseball Special "Take Em Out At The Ballgame," the Mars Attacks: Savage Dragon crossover, and the two-part "High School" series.
By Armando Gil (contributor), Hugh Haynes (illustrator), Larry Mahlstedt (contributor), Claude St. Aubin (illustrator) and Dwight Jon Zimmerman

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9781613775646 | Idea & Design Works Llc, January 22, 2013, cover price $19.99 | About this edition: Volume 3 contains the #1/2 issue "The Invasion Dossier," the Baseball Special "Take Em Out At The Ballgame," the Mars Attacks: Savage Dragon crossover, and the two-part "High School" series.

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9780785149705 | Marvel Enterprises, January 26, 2011, cover price $24.99

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Product Description: When Senator Edward Kennedy declared, "Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam," everyone understood. The Vietnam War has become the touchstone for U.S. military misadventures―a war lost on the home front although never truly lost on the battlefront...read more
By Chuck Horner (foreword by), Wayne Vansant (illustrator) and Dwight Zimmerman

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9780809094950 | 1 edition (Hill & Wang Pub, September 15, 2009), cover price $19.95 | About this edition: When Senator Edward Kennedy declared, "Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam," everyone understood.

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9781596873285 | Ibooks, January 10, 2006, cover price $6.99
9781416508113 | Ibooks, September 1, 2005, cover price $6.99

A portrait of master Roman conqueror Gaius Julius Caesar sheds new light on his roles as an orator, politician, military general, writer, and statesman and assesses his influence on the transformation of Rome from a small republic to a global empire. Original.

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9781416508243 | Ibooks, August 1, 2005, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: A portrait of master Roman conqueror Gaius Julius Caesar sheds new light on his roles as an orator, politician, military general, writer, and statesman and assesses his influence on the transformation of Rome from a small republic to a global empire.

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Describes how the U.S. Navy's VPB-23 PBY Blackcat Squadron played a key role in the South Pacific theater of World War II, carrying out bombing raids, supply missions, reconaissance, and air-sea rescue missions, despite their obsolete equipment. Reprint.

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9781416508090 | Reprint edition (Ibooks, August 1, 2005), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Describes how the U.

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Following a failed coup attempt against her brother, the king of Tyre, Elisah flees to Cyprus with her supporters and much of the royal treasury, launching a violent campaign to build a new empire at Carthage, the 'Queen of Cities,' in a historical novel about the woman who founded one of the great cities of the ancient world.

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9781416508205 | Ibooks, August 1, 2005, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Following a failed coup attempt against her brother, the king of Tyre, Elisah flees to Cyprus with her supporters and much of the royal treasury, launching a violent campaign to build a new empire at Carthage, the 'Queen of Cities,' in a historical novel about the woman who founded one of the great cities of the ancient world.

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