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Theodore Roosevelt refutes long standing Jame's version of actual events during War of 1812. Read more
A great novel, no wonder it's been in publication as long as it has. And that it is still on the reading list at the Navy accademy He has a clear and comfortable writing style,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Allan Vrasich
Not everyone's cup'a rum. Too long and way too much detail. Too much distance between the Swash and the BucklePublished 3 months ago by James Lamb
A real classic! Somehow I couldn't find mine so bought another, I
wonder if Roosevelt's true genius might be more recognized and
accepted if it weren't for... Read more
As for the research I am left to question it totally. Time has proven that it is difficult to be as unbiased as we would like to be. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kenny
As much I admire Ted Roosevelt This book does not come up to what will keep your interest, unless you like a lot of unnecessary data on some of the ships.Published 9 months ago by Walter Niwinski
This was a fascinating book. It describes in very good detail each and every naval action in the War of 1812. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mike Sappingfield