Historical Dictionary of the Civil War: A-L

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Scarecrow Press, 2002年1月1日 - 1701页
It has been said that if the United States were an individual, the Civil War was the great traumatic event of its adolescence that has haunted its adulthood. The Civil War arguably was the greatest single event in American history. Since the country's founding, the nation's southern and northern sections developed differently, thus creating separate economies, labour systems and political philosophies, making conflict likely. This two-volume set discusses the military aspects of the Civil War, covering the issues that started the war; the military personnel who strategized, commanded, and fought the war; and the many battles, engagements, and skirmishes that comprised the war.

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目录

Volume 1
ix
Chronology
xvii
Introduction
1
THE DICTIONARY AL
77
THE DICTIONARY MZ 861
318
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作者简介 (2002)

Terry L. Jones is a professor of history at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He has published three previous books on the American Civil War.

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