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John Bell Hood
The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of a Confederate General

Stephen M. Hood

Format: Hardcover, 384 pages
Price: $32.95
ISBN: 978-1-61121-140-5
eBook: 978-1-61121-141-2
On Sale: June 2013

Hardcover: 6x9, 4 photos, 3 maps

Winner: 2014 Albert Castel Book Award

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John Bell Hood, one of the Confederacy’s most enigmatic figures, died unexpectedly from yellow fever in August of 1879 at the age of 48. He had been working hard on his memoirs, the first draft of which he finished just before his death. When Advance and Retreat: Personal Experience in the United States and Confederate States Armies was published the following year, they immediately became as controversial as its author. Read More...

 

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John Bell Hood
The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of a Confederate General

Stephen M. Hood

Format: Paperback, 384 pages
Price: $18.95
ISBN: 978-1-61121-330-0
eBook: 978-1-61121-141-2
On Sale: May 2016

Paperback: 6x9, 7 images and 3 maps

Winner: 2014 Albert Castel Book Award

John Bell Hood was one of the Confederacy's most enigmatic generals. He died at 48 after a brief illness in August of 1879, leaving behind the first draft of his memoirs Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies. Read More...

 

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Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and the Petersburg Campaign
His Supposed Charge from Fort Hell, his Near-Mortal Wound, and a Civil War Myth Reconsidered

Dennis A. Rasbach

Format: Hardcover, 248 pages
Price: $29.95
ISBN: 978-1-61121-306-5
eBook: 978-1-61121-307-2
On Sale: Fall 2016

6x9, 35 images and 33 maps

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain earned the sobriquet "Lion of the Round Top" for his tactical brilliance leading his 20th Maine Infantry on the rocky wooded slopes of Little Round Top at Gettysburg on the evening of July 2, 1863. Promoted to brigade command, he was presumed mortally wounded during an assault at Petersburg on June 18, 1864, and bestowed a rare "on the spot" battlefield promotion to brigadier general. He survived, returned to the command in 1865, and participated in the surrender of Lee's veterans at Appomattox. Read More...

 

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