The Battle of France: The First Five Years of the United States (1907-1916) is now available on Kindle for only $2.99, with the ebook available for $9.99.
This is the third installment of a three-part series about the history of the French revolution and its impact on the United State.
It’s a story about a people and a place who came together to defend their rights, build a new country and create a new future.
It is also a story of the war that ended in defeat.
This book is a history of how the French Revolution changed the course of American history.
It tells the story of how we became a nation of immigrants and refugees, of the American struggle to assimilate and how we’ve changed the face of America in the twenty-first century.
The book is not a biography, it is a celebration of the history and impact of the revolution, the people who fought and the sacrifices they made to protect and defend their freedom.
The book is also filled with inspiring anecdotes and a treasure trove of historical and contemporary images from the American Revolution.
It was originally published in 2007.
This edition is a re-release of the first edition in 2016, and it has a glossary and index.
The history of our country is the history that this book tells.