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Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting Paperback – November 27, 2007
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“The best single volume I’ve found paying tribute to the American military is Don’t Tread on Me, a sweeping, fast-paced four-hundred-year history of America at war.”
—David Limbaugh, nationally syndicated columnist
“In witty and irreverent prose, author H. W. Crocker III provides a broad survey of America’s martial history. . . . Don’t Tread on Me deftly illuminates the full spectrum of America’s rich military traditions.”
—New York Sun
“A lively popular history of Americans at war. . . . [Don’t Tread on Me] fills gaps left by the grand narrative of American military history.”
“H. W. Crocker’s history of America’s wars is a rarity: a controversial and absorbing read about a crucial topic, the role that the military has played in shaping America’s past. I recommend it highly.”
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Top Customer Reviews
(1) "Desert Storm" was not incorrectly labeled "Desert Saber." The fact is the book rightly says that "Desert Saber" was the land component of "Desert Storm."
(2) Chief Joseph was, in fact, bested by General Nelson Miles rather than General Oliver Howard. After all, Chief Joseph surrendered to Nelson Miles, and no one else.
Everyone is entitled to disagree with Crocker's POV, which is, after all, boldly challenging much conventional wisdom. But critics ought not resort to glaring errors in an attempt to point out purported mistakes. This book should be an important part of an open -- and honest -- conversation about our nation's historic legacy and America's place in the world.
Diane C. Donovan
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If you want politically correct history, do not read this book. If you don't mind some colorful commentary and like hilarious turns of phrase all in an interesting and quick... Read morePublished 17 months ago by TX
An excellent excerpt on Americas' military history. A highly recommended read for anyone interested in the history of the United States military,Published 17 months ago by Eric McClay
My second book by this author. Very interesting to military history buffs like me. Very well written and informative. A must have.Published on November 21, 2013 by DJ Jazzy Rich
Seems more like reading a novel than a well researched text. Will probably end up reading it again and again!Published on November 18, 2013 by Gil
Excellent book of life over 400 years.ABook everyone should read old and young.. required book in high school and college.Published on August 3, 2013 by IROLLIE
I have come to love Mr H.W. Crocker III. Not because I think I single word he writes is valuable, but because he proudly nails his flag to the mast in this and previous works. Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by Dr Garry
This is one of the best written books I have read. It is rife with history and filled with facts. It is an enjoyable and friendly read. This belongs on my bookshelf forever! Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by AvidReader
Now that I've finished H.W. Crocker III's book Don't Tread on Me, I'm amazed at how much he crammed into 400 pages. Read morePublished on October 2, 2010 by Jordan M. Poss