Gettysburg: A Journey in Time

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Thomas Publications, Oct 1, 1996 - History - 248 pages
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This book is a unique example of photographic detective work in which the famous battle is re-created almost as if it were a contemporary news event. The reader is transported to the battlefield by the photographs and through the analysis of the photographs to the battle itself. We watch it unfold, action by action. In meticulous close-up fashion, with documentary force, we see the terrible encounters of men at war. - Publisher.

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User Review  - Irene Grysiewicz - Goodreads

although heavily researched. was published in 1970's and retains an outdated flavor. So-called modern photos are now over 40 years old. what is interesting is this is an early example of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kate Willis - Goodreads

William Frassanito is William Frassanito's biggest fan. That being said, I very much enjoy his studies. Read full review


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