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History Buff's Guide to the Civil War: The best, the worst, the largest, and the most lethal top ten rankings of the Civil War (History Buff's Guides) Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
A national speaker, Board Member of the Franklin Civil War Round Table, and a Committee member of the Mayor's Battlefield Task Force of Franklin, Tennessee, he is currently working on two books involving Abraham Lincoln. Flagel currently lives in Franklin, Tennessee.
Fast Facts about Thomas Flagel:
Originally from Iowa, he has a great great great grandfather who served in the 2nd Iowa Infantry in the Civil War.
His great great uncle from the 47th Illinois Infantry was killed in the Battle of Corinth.
Is friends with bestselling novelist Robert Hicks.
Once lived in Austria, and the Czech Republic.
Is an avid road cyclist.
Was motivated to move to Franklin, Tennessee after reading the book Five Tragic Hours about the Battle of Franklin.
Speaks every year at the Gettysburg National Park during the battle anniversary celebration.
Top Customer Reviews
As an individual who reads twenty or more civil war books each year I would strongly recommend this read to those who desire those little bits and pieces that are not usually found in more well known publications.
The book is well written and presented in very readable fashion.
If you want an excellent and a meatier introduction to the Civil War I would go with McPherson's "Battle Cry Freedom".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I very much enjoyed this book. It took the bits and pieces of the way and put them in perspective. I was pleased that sometimes I seemed to know what the author was talking... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Harshbarger
havent had time to read it, but know it is a well known historical book.Published 6 months ago by M. Binch
Should also be titled "The Busy Person's Guide To The Civil War" because it is in a format that transfers lots of data in a short space.Published 8 months ago by Ricky