It is a very good book, and researched very well.
Cozzens provide an enormous study of the great bloody battle of Chickamauga that was the last great offensive, although costsly, victory by the Confederates.
This is by far the best factual account I have read that I would recommend to all serious civil war students.
My ancestor fought here with the 101 Indiana Infantry. Thank you for carrying this!Published 1 month ago by Sheila Vitiello
There is a German colloquial expression that history buffs will be well acquainted with: Sturm und Drang ... storm and clash! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chris Spanyer
Great book. Highly recommend to anyone who is interested in the history of the Civil War and is very well written.Published 8 months ago by get
Researching my ancestors and the places they may have been in the Civil War is a passion for me. The book helped me with my research.Published 9 months ago by PATRICIA A. SILCOX
If I were 100% familiar with this battle I might have enjoyed it.
This book was just too hard to follow. Without better and more frequent illustrations
This is an excellent narrative and analysis of one of the most interesting, and often neglected, battles of the war in the West. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ipy
I just started it and seem, I've got a lot to learn from this book. I think every civil war buff should have onePublished 13 months ago by Wendy Bridgers
Well written with lots of good references. Historically very accurate and well presented. Many graphic stories of soldiers described and retold.Published 14 months ago by Paul Brill
I have read all three and I believe Cozzens is one of the best Civil War authors around. The Battle of Chickamauga is one SNAFU after another. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David M. Elkin