If you are a fan of the Revolution, you will find this book entertaining.
I should have realized that this wasn't a military/warfare book by the fact it didn't have any battle maps, actually there are no maps at all.
Chadwick crams a lot of information but a lot of information does not necessarily make for a very enjoyable read.
Bruce Chadwick, Ph.D., brings a wide variety of aspects of Washington's War to life, including in regard to
the functioning of his headquarters staff. Read more
I really enjoyed Bruce Chadwick's other books "The First American Army" and "I am Murdered". Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. R
The most intimate, incisive, and enlightening accounts of our founding fathers and the patriot who became the "cement" for our Continental Army and new nation.Published 13 months ago by Somike40
Had to read this for school , and it was better than some other historical books I read, but it was difficult for me to read because non-fiction really does not appeal to me.Published 13 months ago by Michael
a kindle purchase delivered wirelessly and very quickly. it was exactly as advertised. it is a great tpurchase and worth the moneyatPublished 13 months ago by lana smith
Very in depth coverage of GW during Rev War, and learned a few things (small pox control was one).
But a few complaints:
- I hate military history books that do not... Read more
i purchased this for my grandson. he has it as summer required reading for his 10th grade english class.He is enjoying the book so far. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Debra Girvan
This book is an interesting counterpoint to most Revolutionary War histories, which tend to focus on the X's and O's of the battlefield action. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Scott Cromar