6 edition of AMERICAN CIVIL WAR found in the catalog.
October 1, 2001 by Histoire and Collections .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||84|
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An interesting study of combined arms operations and the problems that could be caused when two services cooperated on operations without any firm rules in place. From the very start of this book, the reader follows these men as they lead their armies to victory in both theaters of the war, east and west.
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Bythe U. Blight's book, published inexplores how the past is connected to the present by looking at the ways in which Americans have remembered the Civil War.
Lee with an history of photography during this period and biographies of the photographers who took the photos. As a child growing up in Michigan, Catton knew and spoke to Civil War veterans in his small hometown.
In addition to challenging Luvaas's conclusions, Somerville's wide-ranging reassessment, which focuses exclusively on the British response to the Civil War, also properly situates British observations in the military context most appropriate to their time.
Walt Whitman once famously said, "the real war will never get in the books. There is probably no better book that explains precisely how the Union, guided by these two brilliant officers, won the Civil War. She also arranges for her associates to smuggle her nephew Benjamin to safety in New Anchorage.
In the short story "Southern Strategy" by Michael F. And finally just try to figure out where someone's specific Civil War interests lie. An excellent guide to the most famous Confederate attack on the third day at Gettysburg, combining four battlefield trails with a detailed examination of the attack itself, covering the impact of the terrain on both sides, the performance of individual units and commanders, and many of the controversies that have dogged the subject ever since the fighting stopped.
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But so were some of the Revolutionists. However, the report comes from the fascist Norsefire regime's propaganda sources in the United Kingdomleaving the existence of the war in question. The uniforms fit badly and it keeps flunking basic training.
Decades later, Benjamin discovers his aunt's diaries and learns of her experiences during the Second American Civil War and her role in the Reunification Plague. One needs only ponder the steady stream of books on nearly every aspect of the war that regularly roll AMERICAN CIVIL WAR book the presses to realize that Americans never seem to get enough of their favorite war.
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Rather than invest in factories or railroads as Northerners had done, Southerners invested their money in slaves—even more than in land; by84 percent of the capital invested in manufacturing was invested in the free nonslaveholding states.
Inthe 6-year-old Benjamin meets AMERICAN CIVIL WAR book aunt Sarat, who settles down on Benjamin's homestead.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for history in for this book, James M. Focuses on the actions of individual commanders, from Meade and Lee down to regimental commanders, with a focus on the corps commanders and their activities and attitudes.
The British, the Prussians, and especially the Russians in the s all recognized the value in using independent cavalry to perform behind-the-lines attacks on enemy railroads and lines of communication.The American Civil War took place between andafter which the Union was preserved. Rhetorical or hyperbolic references to a potential Second American Civil War have since been made on a number of occasions throughout the history of the United States.
The Civil War is the most written about event in United States history. There are an extraordinary number of books covering all aspects of the war from large overviews like James McPherson's Battle Cry Freedom, Gary Gallagher's books on The Union War and The Confederate War, Allan Nevins 8 volume set on the conflict, and Shelby Foote's three volume set of books on the war.
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