Autographed Copies of Books

Signed and dedicated copies of the books make great gifts for those who love American history.

Old Ironsides - Eagle of the Sea is not only the story of the great ship but the saga of building, crewing and sailing a ship in the age of sail. The Final Invasion is the first book ever written and produced about the Battle of Plattsburgh/Lake Champlain. Why A Soldier is the only book written by a combat photographer in Vietnam. Redcoats Revenge reveals just how close the United States was to becoming a British colony once again. Hacks, Sycophants, Adventurers and Heroes is the story of President James Madison and his commanders during the War of 1812.

For signed and dedicated materials, please send postal money order or personal check only along with the following information to:


Colonel David Fitz-Enz
PO Box 33
Vermontville, NY  12989

1. Name of the person who will receive the book

2. Any private information such as military service or other information to be included in dedication
 
3. Address for shipment
 
4. Purchaser's email address for shipping confirmation
 

Please send an email to the following email address for shipping costs of multiple items or for further information:

coldfitzenz@earthlink.net
Copyright David Fitz-Enz 2001-2015



coldfitzenz@earthlink.net

Title Format Price-USD + Postage
Why a Soldier Paperback(large format) $26
The Final Invasion, Plattsburgh, the War of 1812's most decisive battle Hard Cover $30
The Final Invasion DVD, as seen on PBS DVD $20
Old Ironsides, Eagle of the Sea Hard Cover $30
Old Ironsides, Eagle of the Sea Soft Cover $26
Redcoats' Revenge, An alternate history of the War of 1812 Hard Cover $30
Hacks, Sycophants, Adventurers & Heroes, Madison's commanders in the War of 1812 Hard Cover $33
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US Postal Service, East of Mississippi $3
US Postal Service, West of Mississippi $5
United Parcel Service $10
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