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Format: Hardback, 528 pages
Format: Paperback, 528 pages
Hardcover: 6x9, 10 images, 15 maps;
Winner: 2015, American Revolution Round Table of Richmond Book Award
Brandywine Creek calmly meanders through the Pennsylvania countryside today, but on September 11, 1777, it served as the scenic backdrop for the largest battle of the American Revolution, one that encompassed more troops over more land than any combat fought on American soil until the Civil War. Long overshadowed by the stunning American victory at Saratoga, the complex British campaign that defeated George Washington’s colonial army and led to the capture of the capital city of Philadelphia was one of the most important military events of the war. Michael C. Harris’s impressive Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777, is the Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 480 pages
6 x 9, 100+ photos, bibliography, dust jacket
Building the Green Machine is the first biography of corps founder Don Warren and a comprehensive history of the magnificent Cavaliers! Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192 pages
6x9, 160 images, 8 maps
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The battle of Chickamauga brought an early fall to the Georgia countryside in 1863, where men fell like autumn leaves in some of the heaviest fighting of the war. The battlefield consisted of a nearly impenetrable, vine-choked forest around Chickamauga Creek. Unable to see beyond their immediate surroundings, officers found it impossible to exercise effective command, and the engagement deteriorated into what many participants later called "a soldier's battle." It was, explained Union General John Turchin, "Bushwhacking on a Grand Scale." Read More...
Format: Paperback, 472 pages
29 photos, 3 maps, notes, appendices, bibliography, index
Norwich University, the nation’s oldest private military college, graduated hundreds of officers into the Federal armies who participated in the long and bloody war to crush the Southern Rebellion of 1861-1865. Robert Poirier’s “By the Blood of Our Alumni”: Norwich University Citizen Soldiers in the Army of the Potomac is their story. Read More...