4 edition of Generals of the Civil War (Civil War Library) found in the catalog.
Generals of the Civil War (Civil War Library)
William C. Davis
by BDD Promotional Books Company
Written in English
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Get this from a library! Confederate generals of the Civil War. [Carl R Green; William R Sanford] -- Profiles the lives and military careers of Nathan B. Forrest, William J. Hardee, Ambrose P. Hill, John B. Hood, Stonewall Jackson, Joseph E. Johnston, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, George Pickett. Email Bruce at [email protected] Scholarship! Two Years Before the Paddlewheel: Charles F. Gunther, Mississippi River Confederate (), Professor Allardice's latest book, traces the curious career of Chicagoan Charles F. Gunther, a German-born Yankee trapped in the South by the onset of the Civil War.. More Generals in Gray is "a splendid book," "indispensible".
It’s typical of the era in which Dannett wrote the book, almost 60 years ago. There were no errors that I could find, but accuracy is difficult to assess without additional independent research. Sarah Emma Edmonds of New Brunswick, Canada, is familiar to many in Civil War circles. Each general is assigned his own chapter in the book, with professional activities divided into discrete Civil War and western army sections. Though one might quibble here and there with some of Utley's summary details and assessments, the Civil War sections are generally solid and offer insights into individual strengths and weaknesses that.
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"Gods and Generals" is a prequel to that book, covering the lead-up to the Civil War, plus the first two years of the war. The book adopts the same approach as "The Killer Angels," recounting events from the perspective of several key figures, in this case primarily Lee, Hancock, Jackson, and Chamberlain/5().
The Civil War Generals offers an unvarnished and largely unknown window into what military generals wrote and said about each other during the Civil War g on more than sources—including the letters, diaries, and memoirs of the general officers of the Union and Confederate armies, as well as their staff officers and other prominent figures—Civil War historian Robert Girardi /5(19).
"Gods and Generals" is a prequel to that book, covering the lead-up to the Civil War, plus the first two years of the war. The book adopts the same approach as "The Killer Angels," recounting events from the perspective of several key figures, in this /5.
62 rows The following lists show the names, substantive ranks, and brevet ranks (if applicable) of all. 11 rows The list of American Civil War (Civil War) generals has been divided into five articles: an.
This book did what it advertised, providing nice short biographies of Generals of the Civil War. In terms of a history book, it doesn't give reference to where research came from so that is a bit disconcerting/5.
“A welcome addition to the literature of the prewar Army and the Civil War volunteer army. Recommend[ed]”—Civil War News “WOW!”—Lone Star Book Review “A solid well-written book well researched”—Civil War Monitor “Mesch does an excellent job of telling Smith’s story this is an interesting book about an important and.
Jeff Shaara is the New York Times bestselling author of A Chain of Thunder, A Blaze of Glory, The Final Storm, No Less Than Victory, The Steel Wave, The Rising Tide, To the Last Man, The Glorious Cause, Rise to Rebellion, and Gone for Soldiers, as well as Gods and Generals and The Last Full Measure—two novels that complete the Civil War trilogy that began with his father’s Pulitzer Prize /5().
Civil War Book List By THE NEW YORK TIMES. Far more books have been written about the Civil War than about any other event in American history, and Lincoln’s stack of books towers over that of any other American figure. Any recommended reading list therefore has to be highly selective and at least somewhat arbitrary.
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Thus in the literature of the Civil War there is a vast array of works on lesser known individuals and small groups. Many North Americans will be familiar with the famous life stories of the major figures like Abraham Lincoln, the generals Ulysses S Grant and Robert E.
Get the best deals on Civil War Books when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items DESIRABLE BOOK OF LITHOGRAPHS " GENERALS AND BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR " $ 0 bids. History of the th Pennsylvania Regiment Civil War Book William Davis. $ Top Rated Plus. Free shipping. The Killer Angels, Michael Shaara's classic Civil War novel about the men who led the fight at the Battle of Gettysburg, was a Pulitzer Prize-winning best in Gods and Generals, Jeff Shaara carries forward his father's vision in an epic story that traces the lives, passions, and careers of these great military leaders from the first gathering clouds of the Civil War.
Great Civil War Generals Some generals such as Robert E. Lee and General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson are famous for their brilliant tactics and wise decisions on the battlefield.
A must read book about Stonewall Jackson is Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson this is a very well researched and fascinating. Confederate Generals. Confederate Generals of the Civil War. CSA General in Chief Joseph R. Johnston.
February 3, – Ma West Point: Graduates (13th in class of 46) CSA General in Chief Robert E. Lee. Janu – Octo West Point: Graduates (2nd in class of 46) CSA General Thomas “Stonewall. American Civil War Tutorial; North Alabama Civil War Generals; The Civil War in Huntsville; Alabama in the Civil War; Nooks & Crannies; Newsletters; Photo Contest.
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A panel discussion focused on Civil War generals. The participants examined how each man ascended to the military rank and what separated each from their peers.
The panel was moderated by General. Civil War Generals Civil War Generals Abraham ent and Commander in Chief. Feb, – Ap Nov.6, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, a self taught lawyer from Illinois is elected the 16th President of the United States. Panel Discussion on Controversial Generals of the Civil War Historians answered audience questions about Civil War generals, including which ones have been the most loved and hated through history.
Gods and Generals is a wonderful combination of fact and fiction. That was extremely helpful to me because it provided me with a lot of information about the first half of 5/5(6). Civil War Generals in the Indian Wars. A distinguished historian of the frontier army, in what is apparently his last work, the late Robert Utley gives us a look at the lives and careers of seven Civil War major generals who went on to hold senior posts in the “Indian Fighting Army”.Get this from a library!
The generals of the Civil War. [William C Davis; Tria Giovan] -- Almost 1, men on both sides of the Civil War rose to the status of general rank. This work discusses the brilliance and stupidity of these men as they gruelled through the business of command.
This is an interesting compilation of essays on generals in defeat in the Civil War. The editor, Steven Woodworth is a fine scholar of the Civil War, and this book makes a nice addition to a Civil War library.
The book states at the outset (Page 2): "War is a hard business, and well may its rule, its test of merit, be hard/5(4).