Would recommend it for all civil war buffs.
It is more a study of his psychology, much of it derived from original sources such as telegraphic messages, than an account of battles.
Hart, the veteran of the stalemate battle of trenches that featured great loss appreciates Sherman's successful plan of warfare.
I'm not sure how they digitized this text, but it is unreadable. It looks like a bad xerox copy from the 1980's. Strangely, you can change the text size, but not the font.Published 1 month ago by Corey Johnson
Very disappointed in this book. The writing itself is ok - too many personal opinions and quips by the author for my taste and so far, though I have not yet finished, no reference... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MAC
Liddell Hart has written a masterful book! Sherman: Soldier, Realist, American by BH Liddell Hart is my personal favorite of the many military books that I have read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas J. Mcgrath
I'm not even going to try to criticize anything Liddell Hart wrote.
However, the binding is pretty awful. Read more
This is a phenomenal history of W. T. Sherman, the Civil War general best known for his march through the South. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. Garber
Liddell Hart's study of the man versus the events in question makes this biography timeless. This book is essential for anyone who wishes to truly appreciate the difference... Read morePublished 15 months ago by will
w. t. sherman deserves better. first, the way the print is displayed on the kindle is poor. the first time this has happened. their is not much depth to sherman's life. Read morePublished 18 months ago by robert
Thoroughly enjoyed this book which gave me a new found appreciation for W.T. Sherman. He was truly our first, and perhaps our finest general.Published 19 months ago by Patrick