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Clear, engaging and authoritative for me , a non specialist.
Anecdotal portions are well timed to keep the.narrative from slowing down. Read more
Terrific and thorough history of the run up to war and through the war's end.Published 4 days ago by Tim Huether
Very well researched, concise, encyclopedic history of the 19th mid century US. Gave me some new and real understandings of the politics and forces that led to the Civil War. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dave Shumway
After reading many books on the civil war and reading of it terrible carnage and devastation to the civilian populace one can only wonders what brought us to this great American... Read morePublished 9 days ago by oboy
Battle Cry of Freedom was interesting from a history perspective. The book covered the basic reasoning from both sides as to why they went to war. It wasn't all about slavery. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Michael Breaux
This was a great analysis of the Civil War, showing the changes happening to this nation going into the conflict and as it progressed. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
Great coverage of the origins and politics of the civil war and good coverage of the battles too.Published 15 days ago by Mike
This book is very comprehensive, yet easy to read. Great writing. Great intro for the novice and a great refresher for the student of history.Published 16 days ago