4 edition of Why the Civil War? found in the catalog.
Why the Civil War?
|LC Classifications||E458 .E45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||58008390|
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The Essentials: Six Books on the Civil War These six histories of the Civil War that are must-reads if you want to better understand the conflict A group of officers in Culpeper, Virginia reading. An excellent, detailed history of the Civil War can be found in James M. McPherson’s book, Battle Cry of Freedom, which explains the Civil War in-depth from the end of the Mexican War in to the tragic assassination of Abraham Lincoln in
/ Why Did the Civil War Start Though the Civil War of has been one of the most important chapters of the American history, not many people actually know why it started in the first place. The American Civil War, also known as the War Between the States, is undoubtedly one of the most interesting chapters of the American history. Potter's famous Civil War pre-history begins with the end of the Mexican-American War and the Wilmot Proviso. These developments, Potter explains, plunged the nation into years of sectional debate that erupted at various times and places, and ultimately in , in secession.
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The film and the Margaret Mitchell novel on which it’s based continue dominate American pop-culture memory of the Civil War — and a new book takes a. This powerful book not only is moving as readers weep with the soldiers who suffered so much, but also it forces the reader to reexamine their preconceived notions of why men fought in the Civil War.
This book will be a classic for historian and Civil War enthusiasts alike for decades to by: THE CIVIL WAR: A Narrative,3 vols. A superbly readable military history by a novelist who did a massive amount of historical research.
James McPherson. FOR CAUSE AND COMRADES: Why Men Fought in the Civil War, BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM, Allan Nevins. In this widely heralded book first published infour historians consider the popularly held explanations for southern defeat--state-rights disputes, inadequate military supply and strategy, and the Union blockade--undergirding their discussion with a chronological account of the war's progress.
In the end, the authors find that Why the Civil War? book South lacked the will to win, that weak Confederate 3/5(2). While the book can’t displace James Why the Civil War? book. McPherson’s “Battle Cry of Freedom,” still perhaps the single greatest volume ever written on the Civil War or even on United States history, it Author: Gregory Downs.
As someone who enjoys reading a lot about the Civil War, including the reasons for how and why it ended as it did, this book, even at nearly pages of core material, proved to be an intriguing read not least because it sought to honestly discuss the way that Confederates sought to change the goalposts towards the end of the Civil War and in Cited by: American Civil War, four-year war (–65) fought between the United States and 11 Southern states that seceded to form the Confederate States of America.
It arose out of disputes over slavery and states’ rights. When antislavery candidate Abraham Lincoln was elected president (), the Southern states seceded. Member Credits: Buy Member Credits during the first 10 days of the month for only $ each and redeem them for any book on the site.
(Save over 20%) Credits will not expire, so you can use them at. Why They Fought is by Times journalist David von Drehle. He addresses the troubling issue regarding why the American Civil War was fought.
It is troubling because of the many revisionist histories that wish to disguise the primary cause: Slavery. This issue is the conservative4/5. Civil War Confederate, Lees Lieutenants 3 Vol Illustrated Maps Book Set. Douglas Southall Freeman Perfect Condition No Reserve.
$ shipping. Ending Feb 27 at PM PST. New Listing History of Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade Camille Baquet 2nd LT. A 1st Re. THE CIVIL WAR A NARRATIVE by Shelby Foote, Excellent Condition, Complete 9 Volu. In Why Texans Fought in the Civil War, Charles David Grear provides insights into what motivated Texans to fight for the important primary sources—including thousands of letters and unpublished journals—he affords readers the opportunity to hear, often in the combatants’ own words, why it was so important to them to engage in tumultuous struggles occurring so far from.
The nation's leading authority on the conflict explains why the Civil War still fascinates us. One hundred and fifty years after the guns began shelling Fort Sumter this April, Americans remain fascinated with the Civil War.
Why do we care about a war that ended so long ago. Part of the answer lies in the continental scope of a conflict fought. William E. Gienapp notes perhaps the most unsettling fact about the Civil War, that democratic institutions could not resolve the slavery issue without resorting to violence on an epic scale.
With gripping detail, Why the Civil War Came takes readers back to a country fraught with bitterness, confusion, and hatred--a country ripe for a war of 4/5(1). This was a very amazing perspective, a series of lectures about the civil war, presented by various academics focusing mainly on, as the title suggests, why the North won the war.
Lots of the info I wasn't aware of, some I was, and it was a short book so a fast read/5. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. For cause and comrades: why men fought in the Civil War Item PreviewPages: "Civil War" is a – Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven, and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the character(s): Iron Man, Captain America, Spider.
What the students wanted to know was why. This book--like its slim predecessor, What They Fought For,is a engrossing and reliable answer to that question.
The Syrian civil war, which has devastated the entire country of Syria and its neighbors, is a complex conflict that involves several nations, rebel groups and terrorist organizations.
What Author: Julie Marks. The Civil War in the United States began inafter decades of simmering tensions between northern and southern states over slavery, states’ rights and westward expansion.
Eleven southern. For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War is a book by Pulitzer prize-winning author James M. book was published by Oxford University Press in and covers the lives and ideals of American Civil War soldiers from both sides of the war.
Drawing from a compilation of o letters and personal diaries, For Cause and Comrades tells the story of the Author: James M. McPherson. Five Books to Make You Less Stupid About the Civil War 29th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, U.S.
Colored Troops in formation near Beaufort, South Carolina, Library of CongressAuthor: Ta-Nehisi Coates. We spoke with Captain America: Civil War producer Nate Moore about the Civil War story from the comics and why now was the right time to explore it in the MCU, and why it's being explored from the perspective of Captain America instead of Iron Man or other Avengers.
Nate Moore: It was sort of a happy accident in starting to develop the script with Markus and McFeely and the Russo Brothers.English Civil Wars, also called Great Rebellion, (–51), fighting that took place in the British Isles between supporters of the monarchy of Charles I (and his son and successor, Charles II) and opposing groups in each of Charles’s kingdoms, including Parliamentarians in England, Covenanters in Scotland, and Confederates in English Civil Wars are traditionally considered to.