The Civil War was the bloodiest war in American history and a defining moment of the nineteenth century. In this concise and authoritative volume, Brian Holden Reid -- a leading expert on the subject -- reveals how industrialization and emerging methods of mass production gave birth to a new age of warfare, most dramatically represented in the unprecedented destruction and mass casualties of the American Civil War.
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Brian Holden Reid is a professor of American history and military instruction at King's College in London and the author of several books, including Robert E. Lee: Icon of a Nation and The American Civil War: Exploration and Reconsiderations. He lives in London.
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