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For all the heroism and military prowess shown on the battlefields of the Civil War, many of its key operations took place far from the front. Behind Enemy Lines exposes the hidden, often unknown initiatives of the War Between the States and brings their architects and executors to light.
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Wilmer L. Jones, PhD, is the author of After the Thunder: Fourteen Men Who Shaped Post–Civil War America. A Civil War historian and member of the Civil War Roundtable, Jones is the author of twenty-five academic and scholarly books and publications. He lives in Towson, Maryland.Review:
A Number of history books published this month show that nonfiction can be as interesting as fiction. Behind Enemy Lines is the true story of a French Jewish spy in Nazi Germany. (Patriot and Free Press)
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