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Chancellorsville: The Battle and Its Aftermath / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- The University of North Carolina Press
Chancellorsville: The Battle and Its Aftermath
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A fascinating and informative book. . . . Highly recommended to students of the Civil War and Civil War enthusiasts who are looking for an examination of the misinformation that movies and art present.Curled Up with a Good Book
An . . . important analysis of the Civil War as portrayed by the country's cultural historiansfilmmakers and artists. . . . Highly RecommendedChoice
Gallagher . . . approaches Civil War battles differently. . . . He has assembled experts to address specific subjects. . . . And their subjects are challenging and varied.The Washington Times
This innovative and highly readable book should be attractive to all students of the Civil War.Society of Civil War Historians Newsletter
Some of the most important and innovative scholarship on Civil War battles and their political and social impact has appeared in the volumes of the Military Campaigns of the Civil War series. I strongly recommend these essays to everyone who is interested in the latest findings and interpretations.James M. McPherson, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Battle Cry of Freedom: The Era of the Civil War
Chancellorsville is a valuable addition to the historiography and should be mandatory reading for all students of the Civil War.History: Reviews of New Books
Gary Gallagher has again shown why he is a master editor-historian. These fresh, engrossing interpretations deserve book-length expansion. Gallagher and his colleagues have paved the way for the writing of 'new' history of the 'old' war.Civil War History
Fuses Civil War military and cultural history in a particularly readable and entertaining manner.Canadian Journal of History
The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862 is marked by fine scholarship and good writing. . . . Fills the void in the studies of the legendary campaign and provokes further inquiry. . . . Highly Recommended.North & South