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Format: Hardcover, 464 pages
Format: Paperback, 464 pages
6x9, charts, tables, figures, endnotes, biblio, index, 12 appendices, d.j.
The authors broke "Lincoln's code" regarding how he wrote his speeches. Unknown to previous Lincoln scholars, he used a regular template and it is replicable. Anyone can do it. We prove it in our book, explain it line by line, and show you how it is done. Now anyone can speak and argue like Lincoln.
Format: SOLD OUT, 366 pages SOLD OUT
6 x 9, b/w maps by author
Book published by Casemate Publishers
Among all that has been written of America's Civil War, however, one enormous void has existed in the scholarship: that of the period following the Gettysburg Campaign to the end of the 1863 calendar year. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192
6 x 9, 150 images, maps
This sequel to Battle Above the Clouds details the dramatic final actions of the battles for Chattanooga: Missionary Ridge and the final Confederate rearguard action at Ringgold, where Patrick Cleburne held Grantís Federals at bay and saved the Army of Tennessee from further disaster. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192 pages
6x9, 150 images and 8 maps
In All the Fighting They Want, Georgia native Steve Davis, the world's foremost authority on the Atlanta campaign, tells the tale of the last great struggle for the city. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 66
7 x 10, 5 images, 5 maps
A comprehensive account of events surrounding one of the Civil Warís bloodiest battles, at Allatoona Pass. Read More...
Format: eBook, special edition
Every war time generation vows to Never Forget the events, people, and culture of their time. America's war time generations now span more than 230 years with engagement in major wars, smaller conflicts, and isolated incidents. That's a lot to Never Forget, but now the spirit of America's war time generations are easily remembered with the American Defense Heritage Daily Calendar. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 864 pages
Photos, 30 original maps by George Skoch, extensive notes, bibliography, index , and dust jacket
McClellan's First Campaign is a story about the men in commandtheir knowledge, intentions, successes, and failures. To capture the full flavor of their experiences, Beatie employs the "fog of war" technique, which puts the reader in the position of the men who led the Union army. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192 pages
6x9, 150 images and 150 maps
Attack at daylight and whip themóthat was the Confederate plan on the morning of April 6, 1862. The unsuspecting Union Army of the Tennessee, commanded by Major General Ulysses S. Grant, had gathered on the banks of its namesake river at a spot called Pittsburg Landing, ready to strike deep into the heart of Tennessee Confederates, commanded by General Albert Sidney Johnston. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 248 pages
Something extraordinary (and largely unnoticed by the media) happened to President Barack Obama in January 2011. Although known for his soaring campaign speeches, Obamaís presidential speeches have often been meandering and unconvincing. Simply put, they lacked structure. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 320 pp.
6x9 hardcover, 29 photos, 6 maps, bibliography, index, endnotes
On the third day of Gettysburg, Robert E. Lee launched a magnificent attack. For pure pageantry it was unsurpassed, and it also marked the centerpiece of the war, both time-wise and in terms of how the conflict had turned a cornerófrom persistent Confederate hopes to impending Rebel despair. But Pickettís Charge was crushed by the Union defenders that day, having never had a chance in the first place. Read More...