John Koster



John Koster is the co-author of The Road To Wounded Knee, a best-seller which won the N.J. Sigma Delta Chi Award for Distinguished Public Service in 1974, and of Custer Survivor, which inspired a two-hour documentary on The History Channel. A volunteer Viet Nam-era veteran injured in training with U.S. Army Airborne in 1967, Koster writes regularly for Wild West, Military History, and American History. He has written for American Heritage and National Geographic. He is fluent and literate in French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish and rudimentary Lakota, the language of the Sioux. All five of his grandchildren are either part Cherokee or part Sioux. ...more

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Operation Snow: How a Sovie...

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Custer Survivor: The End of...

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Presumed Lost: The Saga Of ...

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Custer's Lost Scout

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