No Turning Back: The Beginning of the End of the Civil War : March-June 1864

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Hippocrene Books, 1992 - Generals - 576 pages
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An account of the strategic Union plan in the last year of the Civil War. Follows a chronological exploration of the tactics from both sides during May and June of 1864.

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Lester Young

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Lowry's highly readable command study of Ulysses S. Grant's Wilderness Campaign (March-June 1864) reveals a sure grasp of Civil War history and military strategy. In contrast to Horace Porter's ... Read full review

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This is a 575 page book that covers the first 40 days of US Grants getting command of the US Army in 1864. This is the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, so I am boneing up on some research before ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONETAURUS
13
CHAPTER TWO He Is Not
25
CHAPTER THREE A Mere
33
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