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The Antietam Effect

Graham, Bradley

ISBN 10: 0985996501 / ISBN 13: 9780985996505
Published by Media Magic, Gettysburg, PA, 2012
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Title: The Antietam Effect

Publisher: Media Magic, Gettysburg, PA

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: hardcover, 8vo

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: new

Edition: First edition.

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Whether you are a scholar, a history buff or someone who thinks that the past is over and done with, The Antietam Effect was researched and written for you. From every-day concerns, like what goes into our decision-making process, to large, fundamental issues, such as what the Constitution means and how it works, this ten-part study will give you new perspectives of the people who fought the American Civil War at its pivotal moment: the Antietam Campaign of September, 1862. The Antietam Effect is being called "a grand achievement," and "that rarity in the Civil War genre: a truly unique approach." Based on a decade of research and analysis by the author, historian and filmmaker Bradley Graham, these essays challenge some of the prevailing myths about Antietam, and bring important aspects of the campaign into harmony with contemporary accounts, historical evidence and military theory. But there is more. The book's multi-disciplinary approach answers many questions, solves some of the mysteries of the battle, and makes connections with other sciences, clearing the way for a better understanding of the campaign, and the way these events effect our lives to this day.

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