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The Second World War: Alone
4.3 out of 5 stars with 242 reviews
''After the first forty days we were alone,'' writes Churchill. This edition is part two of Churchill's own abridgement of his original six-volume history of the Second World War.
Please note: This book was originally published in six volumes:
1. The Gathering Storm 2. Their Finest Hour 3. The Grand Alliance 4. The Hinge of Fate 5. Closing the Ring 6. Triumph and Tragedy
Churchill then condensed these into four volumes, which have since been released as one, rather hefty, publication.
The Civil War: A Narrative, Vol. 1 : Fort Sumter to Perryville (Part 2 of 2 parts)
By Brand: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
ean: 9780786101139, isbn: 078610113X,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 199 reviews
A narrative history of the American Civil War, which covers not only the battles and the troop movements but also the social background that brought on the war and led, in the end, to the South's defeat. This is Volume One: Part Two in 14 cassettes.
Don't Know Much About the Civil War
ean: 9780553456035, isbn: 0553456032,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 232 reviews
What was the leading cause of death among Civil War soldiers? Why did Robert E. Lee resign from the U.S. army? Which group was exempt from the Confederate draft? Whom did the Emancipation Proclamation emancipate? Was the Gettysburg Address truly written on the back of an envelope? Did General Sherman really say, ''War is Hell?''If you can't answer most of these questions, you're not alone. Millions of Americans, bored by dull textbooks, are in the dark about the most significant event in
The Civil War
By Brand: Knowledge Products
sku: 0921-WS1901-A01012-0938935550, ean: 9780938935551, isbn: 0938935550,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 245 reviews
At 4:30 a.m. on April 12th 1861 Confederate forces fired upon a small Union garrison at Fort Sumter South Carolina. Thus began the Civil War during which twice as many Americans died as in World War II. It would be America's bloodiest conflict. But the changes wrought in American Government were as significant as the war's casualities. America became nation under a strong executive power-a nation that the founding fathers scarcely would have recognized.
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