Decisive Battles Of The U.s.a.

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Da Capo Press, Aug 21, 1993 - History - 416 pages
This work tells the history of America's wars, from the War of Independence, through the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Civil War and the Spanish-American War, to World War I. Analysing each battle, the author narrates the progress of events at Gettysburg, Trenton, the Meuse-Argonne, San Jacinto, San Juan Hill and elsewhere, while portraying - and evaluating - American generals such as Washington, Winfield Scott, Grant, Lee and Pershing.

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Early chapters of weighted towards British interpretation of American Revolution and War of 1812. More strategy than baseline tactical, til Mexican War. The chapter of Mexican campaign is fabulous ... Read full review

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In this 1942 release, Fuller, author of several military titles, offers detailed descriptions of great battles of American history from Trenton to Meuse-Argonne. LJ 's reviewer praised the book ... Read full review


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