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Some of the most perceptive work on the American Civil War has been written by non-Americans.
Frankly, who in his good senses could suggest that the overly cautious McClellan was ever a candidate to "wipe out" an enemy army.
When I bought this book, the sales clerk observed that this looked like a very technical book.
As a history major in college, I have read many Civil War books and because there are so many of them they basically look and sound the same. Mr. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Gregory Ponds
On page 17, the author, Brian Holden Reid, explains the focus of his book--the operational level of war. He defines this as (Page 17): ". . . Read morePublished on March 1, 2009 by Steven A. Peterson