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The New Civil War Handbook - Praise

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Facts and Photos for Readers of All Ages

Mark Hughes

Format: Paperback, 168 pages
Price: $14.95
ISBN: 978-1-932714-62-3
eBook: 978-1-61121-043-9
On Sale: June 2009

147 photos and illustrations, 3 maps



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Praise for The New Civil War Handbook

""The New Civil War Handbook is recommended for all age groups as a quick and visually appealing reference guide. It is a much-needed update of a useful classic, William Prices's The Civil War Handbook, published during the Civil War Centennial."

- Michael Russert, North Shore Round Table of Long Island

""This book triumphs on several levels. First, it is an inexpensive easy to use handbook. Second, it is an attractive fun book to look at and read. Third, it contains a large amount of information with the suggestion for further study."

- James Durney, Suncoast Civil War Round Table

""The New Civil War Handbook does not exaggerate about what is already an extraordinary and extraordinarily important event. Hughes allows the war to speak for itself through images, numbers, and quotes. He has gathered together a wealth of major information on the Civil War in a volume which will not only appeal to children and young adults, but to anyone looking to get into the study of this fascinating period in American history. Definitely a recommended read for those new to the Civil War."

- Brett Schulte, A Civil War blog

"For generations, a thin handbook on the Civil War has served as a primer to captivate the imagination of young readers and novices of all ages, inspiring many, including myself, to become lifelong students of the conflict that engulfed our nation from 1861-1865. Updated and more comprehensive than ever, Mark Hughes' timely release of The New Civil War Handbook will introduce yet another generation to the defining event in American history and take interest in the Civil War to a higher level as commemoration of its sesquicentennial unfolds."

- Terrence J. Winschel, Chief Historian, Vicksburg National Military Park and author of Triumph and Defeat, Vols. 1 and 2









Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes is an electronics instructor widely recognized as the authority on Civil War cemeteries. He has written several books, including...

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