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Custer had enemies in the 7th Cavalry most notably Marcus Reno and Fredrick Benteen.
About one fourth of the book is devoted to documentation for those who are drawn to further research or might perhaps take issue with the author's conclusions.
Very well written and informative, made the story more true than any other account I have read before, Philbrick did a good job telling the story.
There are countless books about these events. I've read a number of them. Despite the number of books written, there are still many unanswered questions (like, what exactly... Read morePublished 1 day ago by David Weiskircher
i am enjoying the book - it is well written and very interestingPublished 2 days ago by Tim McAuliffe
This book is very well done. It intertwines the story of Custer and Sitting Bull. It gives a great perspective on what happened that day at the Little Big Horn, without pretense... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Drew S
Every child growing up - at least those in my era - grew up learning about Custer' s last stand at Little Big Horn. Read morePublished 10 days ago by David
Well written, enjoyable read. Enough "color" to make it pleasurable - not just dry facts.Published 10 days ago by angler705
excellent informative and well researched information. Well written and a pleasure to read.Published 12 days ago by bill boulware
Interesting character development of the key players especially of Custer, Reno, and Sitting Bull. NOTE: The maps were important to me to get a better visual understanding of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Vintage Gibson
If everything you think you know about the 1876 battle of the Little Big Horn comes from the 1941 film "They Died With Their Boots On", Philbrick's account will serve as a... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Tom Gregg