Title: Statesmen and Soldiers of the Civil War, A ...
Publication Date: 1926
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Little, Brown and Company, MA. "Widely used and quoted in spite of its age; poignant essays on such subjects as Lincoln, Davis, McClellan and J.E. Johnston." CWB. Great with tactics and strategy study as some chapters are: Jefferson Davis and J. E. Johnston--Policy and strategy.; Jefferson Davis and Lee--Davisís aversion to retreat.; Abraham Lincoln and McClellan--Lincoln and unity in the North, and the Border states.; Abraham Lincoln and Grant--The influence of public opinion in war, and Lincoln stands between Grant and public criticism. Interesting analysis by a WWI British Major General. Very good copy of the first edition. Strong binding. 173 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 18846
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