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All The Countries The Americans Have Ever Invaded

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"How we have invaded, or been militarily involved, with nearly every country on Earth."

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Richard Zacks

I would have lost the bet. I had no idea that the United States over its history has invaded almost HALF the countries on the globe. That’s an astounding amount of K-rations and munitions and mayhem, however well-intentioned...

William Bernstein

Simultaneously readable and reference material, destined to become the go-to for those who want to understand America's place -- literally anywhere -- in the world.

Denise Frisino

"As a former teacher I was impressed with the thoroughness of the approach, which includes maps, an easy to comprehend summary of invasions chart, and an engaging writing style. The breadth of research is amazing, and from A-Z, America's involvement is astounding."

William Dietrich

"With wit, insight, and no small amount of shock and awe, Chris Kelly and Stuart Laycock have come up with a fascinating compendium of American military invasions around the world. The writing is brisk and chatty, the history is fascinating, and the message is arresting no matter where you are on the political spectrum."


A Delicious Read

“I'm on my second reading and I still can't put it down. The things that America has been involved with in other countries still amazes me. The book is surprisingly an easy and enjoyable read.”


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