As an institution dedicated to telling the story of the Citizen Soldier, the Museum & Library actively contributes toward the creation of works that further the public's knowledge about the military.
Drawing Fire: The Editorial Cartoons of Bill Mauldin
The first career-spanning volume of the work of two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Bill Mauldin, featuring comic art from World War II, Korea, Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm, along with a half-century of graphic commentary on civil rights, free speech, the Cold War, and other issues.
Zero To Hero: From Bullied Kid To Warrior
This book features the life lessons from Medal of Honor recipient Al Lynch. The memoir tells the inspiring story that takes him from bullies on the playground in 1950s Illinois, to the enemy on the battlefield in Vietnam, to the demons of PTSD he’s battled ever since.
The General: William Levine, Citizen Soldier and Liberator
A true story of a Jewish-American officer whose WWII experiences at D-Day and Dachau determined his life of military service and his belief that to prevent future atrocities, the world needed America. Based on the William P. Levine Collection at the PMML.
Lest We Forget: The Great War by Dr. Michael W. Robbins
The story of this epic struggle is told through many means, including the powerful and memorable art it spawned--the posters from all nations; a taut narrative account of the war's significant events; its major personalities, and it's tragic consequences; and the timely period photographs that illustrate the awful realities of this revolutionary conflict.
Dignity of Duty: The Journals of Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath, 1861-1898, Edited by Susan Gilbreath Lane with an Introduction by Carlo D'Este
A personal odyssey of service from the Civil War to the Spanish-American War, the Museum & Library's latest original work offers a firsthand glimpse into the life of a 19th Century American soldier and adventurer.
Taps on the Walls: Poems from the Hanoi Hilton by John Borling
A collection of poetry composed by Major General John Borling, USAF (Ret.) during his time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam's infamous "Hanoi Hilton."
Semper Paratus: A Short History of the 132nd Infantry Regiment
This companion text to James Dietz's painting The Crossing, this booklet was researched, compiled, and produced by the Pritzker Military Museum & Library.