7 history books worth checking out in 2011

Keep your eyes out for these new titles fit for both presidents and kings.

1. George Washington’s First War, by David A. Clary

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"George Washington’s First War: His Early Military Adventures," by David A. Clary (Simon & Schuster, 352 pp.) Military historian David A. Clary tells the story of how Washington – who spent his adolescence as a foot soldier engaged in frontier warfare – grew into the supreme commander of the American Revolution. (January)

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