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The author relied too much on second and third hand reports and provided a deeply flawed reading of this sliver of American history. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Land Wayland
This is fascinating stuff. You get hot just reading it because you know the weather they endured running around Mexico. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steven R. Riggs
Excellent book, but I have liked everything that Eisenhower has written.Published 11 months ago by russ hunt
Excellent history of a little known American war. Clearly written and very knowledgeable. A wonderful read and highly recommended.Published 14 months ago by Robert Freidus
I am a student of Mexican history. This book fills in some important gaps that are not covered elsewhere. Well written.Published 21 months ago by Wyochipster
In almost a century of historical perspective the U.S. "invasion" of Mexico might seem like a minor skirmish made famous because of the army's first use of aircraft in combat. Read morePublished 22 months ago by ernest schusky
Well written and informative.
I found it particularly valuable that Einsenhower does not take sides politically and as a result I found "Intervention" to be all... Read more
I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO READ THE BOOK BECAUSE I PURCHASED A LOT OF BOOKS AND I WAS IN THE HOSPITAL FOR SURGERY. I GLANCED THROUGH THE BOOK AND IT IS WHAT I WANTED.Published on September 18, 2011 by Hogan_62