"...German American studies, which flourished a century ago and were nearly moribund fifty years later, flourish once again."-Robert W. Frizzell, Journal of American Ethnic History
"Keller has added a highly valuable and much-needed revisionist work to Civil War historiography and to the study of ethnicity in nineteenth-century America."-The Journal of Southern History
"A truly groundbreaking work of research and analysis."-Civil War Books & Authors
"Keller's finely-crafted study offers a wealth of insights into the Civil War . . ."-Civil War Book Review
". . . Superbly-written and detailed . . . Keller outlines with a clarity which few have done before him . . ."-Defense and Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy
"Chancellorsville and the Germans is an important corrective to the prejudiced charges against the 11th Corps and the Germans in the Battle of Chancellorsville. Showing by exhaustive research in primary sources that these accusations were unwarranted, he has finally laid to rest misinformation about the battle and the German-Americans."-Hans Trefousse
About the Author
CHRISTIAN B. KELLER is Associate Professor of Military History at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. He is co-author of Damn Dutch: Pennsylvania Germans.