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Men Of War: Essays on American Wars and Warriors
     

Men Of War: Essays on American Wars and Warriors

by Henry I. Kurtz
 

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Men of War is an anthology of the best military history articles written by author Henry Kurtz. In vivid prose, Mr. Kurtz describes key events and personalities in 18th and 19th Century American military history. Included are battle studies on Phil Sheridan at Five Forks – George Washington at Dorchester Heights – U.S. Grant at Belmont

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Men of War is an anthology of the best military history articles written by author Henry Kurtz. In vivid prose, Mr. Kurtz describes key events and personalities in 18th and 19th Century American military history. Included are battle studies on Phil Sheridan at Five Forks – George Washington at Dorchester Heights – U.S. Grant at Belmont – Henry Bouquet at Bushy Run – George Armstrong Custer at the Washita – William Moultrie at Sullivan’s Island; also profiles of the Militia and Regular Army before the Civil War; pen portraits of Hubert Dilger, the Union Army’s top artillery gunner; Caleb Huse, the Confederacy – major arms procurer; Hiram Berdan and his elite Union sharpshooters; John Basil Turchin, the Union Army’s only Russian-born general; and other lively and engaging narratives.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469119106
Publisher:
Xlibris US
Publication date:
10/25/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
215
File size:
246 KB

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