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Excellent book and very readable.
The initial thrust and parry between the armies in New Jersey during the spring of 1777 involved several small battles that are interesting in their own right.
Harris' "Brandywine" offers a much more digestible text and fairly good maps that makes understanding the battle much easier.
Extremely well researched and presented, the reader fully understands the thinking and rational of all the key players on both sides of this war leading up to the battle, during... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Reiss
I am becoming a giant fan of the history of the Revolution. It is a wonder that this country survived against the best Army and Navy in the world at that time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martin Levy
Mr. Harris has written a book that will be a delight for both the novice and the serious student of the American Revolution. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott H. Washburn
Yes, read this book. Two thumbs up. A + plus work. Harris is a good scholar who writes clearly and well. Read more
Exceptional detail which gives the reader a feeling of different emotions. You cheer and cry about the English strategy of delay and no real plan which we have accepted in our post... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arthur S. Loughry
The author was able to accomplish a difficult task -- a clear, concise presentation of a complicated campaign, the right balance of first-person accounts, and an easy, fast moving... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kent
Excellent book and very readable. I learned much more than I ever knew about this important and underreported battle for our independence.Published 3 months ago by Forrest R. Lindsey
A good read. Fills in a war events that are largely ignored and provides a great picture of Washington's command challenges.Published 3 months ago by Ben F Kilgore
I enjoyed the book but found too much detail about the various people involved in the conflicct. The descriptions of the battle scenes were so detailed that I surfed through them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Walter