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Damn Slavers: A History of the Sea, Lake, and River Battles of the Civil War. Book 1

Robert Warner

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Paperback. 684 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.7in.The History of the Sea, Lake, and River Battles of the Civil War, is an expose, a denunciation, a condemnation of the lies, the distortions, the deceits, the misrepresentations, and the slanders of the biased civil war historians, the biased movie makers, and the biased makers of TV Specials, who write distorted books, distorted movies, and make distorted TV Specials about the civil war. For example, President Grant is slandered as the butcher of the civil war, when the real butcher is the traitor Robert E. Lee by an actual count of the men he killed in the battles he fought! Another example is the big lie that the Monitor and Merrimac battle was a draw when it was a clear cut victory for the Monitor!There are two classes of people in The Damn Slavers: The people in the 22 Loyal states and in the 11 traitor states: the Loyalists: the victims; and the people in the 11 traitor states and in the 22 Loyal states: the traitors: the villains!One of the biggest vile lies of the civil war is the depraved lie the traitors won most of the battles!The author counted hundreds of the bigger land battles and the sea, lake, and river battles! This battle count is what Damn Slavers is all about!Surprise, Surprise! The Loyalists won most of the bigger land battles of the civil war by a ratio of about 2 to 1 from the start of the civil war and won most of the sea, lake, and river battles too, by an overwhelming margin!!If you want to learn some real truths about the civil war, read Damn Slavers! A History of the Sea, Lake, and River Battles of the Civil War! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781425931254

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The History of the Sea, Lake, and River Battles of the Civil War, is an expose, a denunciation, a condemnation of the lies, the distortions, the deceits, the misrepresentations, and the slanders of the biased civil war historians, the biased movie makers, and the biased makers of TV Specials, who write distorted books, distorted movies, and make distorted TV Specials about the civil war.For example, President Grant is slandered as the butcher of the civil war, when the real butcher is the traitor Robert E. Lee by an actual count of the men he killed in the battles he fought! Another example is the big lie that the Monitor and Merrimac battle was a draw when it was a clear cut victory for the Monitor!There are two classes of people in The Damn Slavers: The people in the 22 Loyal states and in the 11 traitor states: the Loyalists: the victims; and the people in the 11 traitor states and in the 22 Loyal states: the traitors: the villains!One of the biggest vile lies of the civil war is the depraved lie the traitors won most of the battles!The author counted hundreds of the bigger land battles and the sea, lake, and river battles! This battle count is what Damn Slavers is all about!Surprise, Surprise! The Loyalists won most of the bigger land battles of the civil war by a ratio of about 2 to 1 from the start of the civil war and won most of the sea, lake, and river battles too, by an overwhelming margin!!If you want to learn some real truths about the civil war, read Damn Slavers! A History of the Sea, Lake, and River Battles of the Civil War!

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Robert James Warner was born on September 6, 1925, in Long Beach, California, one of a set of twin boys. He was raised in Long Beach, California, attending the local schools. He was drafted into the Navy on March 9th, 1944 (WW2), when he finished High School.He was discharged from the Navy on June 16, 1946.He went to Long Beach City College, on the G.I. Bill, taking Mechanical Engineering, then journalism. About a year and a half later he quit. Mr. Warner was an avid reader of books, which ignited an interest in writing fiction.During the next few years he wrote some songs and some poetry and some short stories. His output was quite low.From 1947 to 1950, after leaving City College, Mr. Warner had a number of inconsequential jobs, the longest at Douglas Aircraft in Long Beach for eight months, then he quit.In 1950 he enlisted in the Active Naval Reserve. Three months later, the Korean War started and Mr. Warner was called back into the Navy Aircorp in July, discharged in August, 1951, serving on three aircraft carriers, off of Korea, bombing and strafing the communists!After Korea, 1951, Mr. Warner went to sea on a freighter as a deckhand, making two trips to the Hawaiian Islands, 30 days round trip, hauling bulk sugar for C&H Sugar in Crocket, California, on the Sacramento River.Leaving the ship in Crocket, Mr. Warner went to Santa Rosa, California

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