Civil War (U.S.)

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The major insight of this new and interesting military history of the American Civil War is the overriding importance of the Union’s ability to effectively project military power across continental

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The author might have led the reader to think of New York City as chock full of sedition during the Civil War. It may have had more than its share.

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“a workman-like job of revising many of the myths and misconceptions about the battle . . .”

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The presence of many prominent and not-so-familiar foreign individuals in the ranks of both armies in the Civil War is well known, especially Irish and German.

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History as documented through the image has a short historiography. Until recently, even the nobility lacked multiple images or sometimes any likeness at all.

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One standard for a good book is that it could be a reference for other good books.

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“Do we really need another book about the Civil War? Mr. Fleming makes a solid, compelling case in the affirmative.”

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“Considering adding to your collection of Civil War books? Mr.

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“In one volume, Earl Hess has given readers as complete a study as can be found of this theater of battle.

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In this first of four volumes, the editors present a chorus of contemporary voices to give the reader an unusual portrait of the Civil War.

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Under the command of General Joe Johnston, the Army of Tennessee blocked Union General Sherman’s invasion of Georgia and his move toward Atlanta.

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H. Donald Winkler has researched the lives of nineteen daring women who changed the outcome of Civil War battles.

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