The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville

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University Press of Kansas, 1993 - History - 499 pages
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"A blockbuster....Narrative history at its best". -- Edwin C. Bearss, chief historian, National Park Service. "Sword compellingly recreates the heroism, missed chances, political backbiting, and flawed rebel leadership underlying the outcome at these killing grounds". -- Kirkus Reviews.

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Good , well written book about Hoods disastrous tenure as Southern Army commander. Read full review

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The Confederacy's Last Hurrah is an outstanding book that combines first rate research with a novelist's eye for vivid recreation of the brutal chaos that is battle. Sword's talent also shines in ... Read full review

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-->Wiley -->-->Sword, --> a graduate of the University of Michigan, is well known as an author of books and articles on American military history, and as a collector of historic American weapons.

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