5 edition of Guide to Civil War Periodicals (Guide to Civil War Periodicals, 1991) found in the catalog.
November 1991 by Savas Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
They had the same defensible wait and see attitude when it came to machine guns, which in their early forms were less than mobile and prone to malfunction. Ironically, Somerville envisions combined operations as perhaps the largest gap in British appreciation of the lessons of the Civil War. Well cognizant of what increased firepower and range meant to current and future battlefields, while also appreciating that ultimate success required forward movement in spite of newfound defensive capabilities, British authorities were most impressed with how late-war ACW commanders particularly General Sherman around Atlanta were able to use trenches on the offensive. This biography studies her struggles as a Southern woman who took positions that were controversial for her time, including her early efforts to free her family's slaves. Why The Civil War Still Merits Much Study The Civil War will always be relevant in terms of its massive impact on American history, but its effects can be felt in so many ways beyond a mere understanding of the course of events.
Less consciously, they and their fellow Americans found this new narrative -- this rewriting of history based on a kind of historical amnesia -- comforting and restorative. One of the largest effects the war had on the nation was to bring about changes to the country's laws. United States, War Department. At least according to Somerville, many of these unfortunate events are better understood as being the result of poor tactical decision-making from local commanders. Mary Boykin Chesnut had a keen eye for detail, which, combined with her upper-class status and insights into significant moments makes for a compelling read. While all three of these gentleman originally disliked Lincoln, they were all convinced to join his administration.
Glenn W. Although American Heritage tried to update the book for a new generation of readers by publishing a more dazzling edition in mostly by adding illustrations, captions and sidebars while retaining Catton's basic textthe original edition remains a classic; in many respects, the old outshines the new, which lacks editorial cohesion and seems almost slapdash in its presentation. Additional volumes are at Archives 2. Rather than just jot down the days' events, Mrs. The section also serves as a useful case study of the British Army's review and procurement process when it came to new technologies.
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Stephen W. He hoped to find out why the Civil War looms so large in the nation's memory, so much so that "living historians" spend thousands of dollars outfitting themselves as Yankees and Guide to Civil War Periodicals book who fire blank cartridges at one another in Civil War battle reenactments, and other Americans, black and white, still struggle over the Confederate battle flag, one of the war's caustic symbols of the "Lost Cause.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for history in for this book, James M. Civil War Center The Louisiana State University's Center is dedicated to promoting the study of the Civil War from the perspectives of all professions, occupations and academic disciplines; and locating, indexing, and making available all appropriate private and public data on the Internet regarding the Civil War.
If you're going to give someone a book about the Civil War, you should first know their political leanings. Faust guides us through the logistical challenges of such death tolls, detailing the first widespread use of embalming, the rise of undertaking as a profession, and the development of a federal system of national cemeteries for Guide to Civil War Periodicals book Union dead, as well as development of private cemeteries for the Confederacy.
Armies and Soldiers Carroll, John M. A35 no. If you know he or she is a serious Civil War buff who is already well versed in the major battles, find a biography of a lesser known individual. Thus the book's outlook is distinctly late-Victorian, bounded by the Second Boer War rather than the Great War that abruptly altered the army's longstanding traditional role from fighting distant colonial campaigns to remodeling itself on the mass conscript armies of mainland Europe.
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Here is a powerful book, artfully written by a scholar of learned poise who believes that by knowing the past we might better know ourselves.
After Reconstruction, Northerners and Southerners alike took hold of a "Lost Cause" ideology that showed pity toward the South in its defeat, accepted Jim Crow policies that deprived blacks of their civil rights, and pushed for policies and practices that would ensure white supremacy across the land.
Those who appreciate a solid overview will find much to like about the Civil War Volumes Box Set and The Civil Warwhile people looking to learn more about the events that led up to those bloody four years will find Battle Cry of Freedom hard to put down.
The Civil War was one of the first conflicts in which rail travel, industrialized arms production, telegraph communications, and photography played a role.
Richard Friz has been a collector of Civil War memorabilia for more than fifteen years. Though British engineers were generally unimpressed with American fortification designs, supporting defensive measures, particularly wire entanglements, became significant objects of interest. Given that Britain was an island nation with a strong navy and traditional strength in the area of combined operations, it is natural that they would have an interest in harbor warfare and defenses.
Carroll and Co. At least according to Somerville, many of these unfortunate events are better understood as being the result of poor tactical decision-making from local commanders. With his career in shambles, he used his connections with Abraham Lincoln to obtain command in the Union army despite his lack of military experience.
Lee's greatest victory, he does so in a manner that keeps the reader totally enthralled, page after page. Today his name -- and the quality of his work -- is largely forgotten, although Civil War historians and enthusiasts still heap high praise on him for his long list of highly satisfying Civil War books and biographies.
The casualties were staggering: More than 23, soldiers were killed, lay wounded on the field, or went missing after the battle. Civil War Love Stories by Gill Paul The Civil War pitted families against each other, tore friendships apart, and leftwomen widowed by the end of it.
Another is the story of the famous military tactician Stonewall Jack, who simply wanted to win the war so that he could return to his beloved wife and Guide to Civil War Periodicals book daughter. For these soldiers, the president became "Father Abraham," and their devotion to him and to their country manifested itself in their faith that his leadership would eventually pilot them down the road to victory.
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