J. H. V. Crowe
An edition specially enhanced with many photographs and maps
There remains an abiding interest and enthusiasm among many military history students of the First World War for the ‘side show theatre’..
Arthur Griffiths, James E. Crocker, LaSalle Corbell Pickett, James I. Metts, Helen D. Longstreet & James Longstreet
The high water mark of the Confederacy
The Battle of Gettysburg, in early July, 1863, began promisingly for Lee and his Confederate forces, but as the fighting progressed it became clear that in a ..
Boyd Vincent & Oliver W Norton
Desperate battle for the end of the line and the turn of the flank
The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top by Boyd Vincent & The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top and Strong Vincent and..
Mary Webster Loughborough & Osborn H. Oldroyd
My Cave Life in Vicksburg by Mary Webster Loughborough & A Soldier’s Story of the Siege of Vicksburg by Osborn H. Oldroyd
A Union soldier and Confederate lady at Vicksburg, 1863
This unique book offers two entirely different views of the important and pivotal siege of Vicksburg during the American Civil War. Grant, in..
Theodore D. Strickler
A Comprehensive List of Conflicts on Land and at Sea
A guide to the conflicts for the Union
This book has a curious pedigree. During the U.S. Grant administration, the Secretary of War instructed the Corps of Clerks to compile a thorough and complete..
R. W. Surby
Grierson’s Raid & Hatch’s March During the American Civil War
The greatest Union cavalry raid of the Civil War
During the American Civil War in 1863, Union army commander, General U. S. Grant ordered Colonel Benjamin Grierson, of the 6th Illinois Cavalry, to ..
William Howard Russell
The Observations of One of Britain’s Most Famous Special Correspondents
The first ‘Warco’s’ view of the great Civil War in America
The author of this book, William Howard Russell, is renowned as the ‘first modern war correspondent.’ Even though his first experience of ..
Charles Carleton Coffin
The Personal Experiences of an American Journalist Throughout the American Civil War
A famous American writer's experiences of the Civil War
The title of this book, of course, refers to the men of the United States who rallied to their nation's flag and the cause of the maintenance..
Henry Kendall, Milo Hascall, Wilson J. Vance, Gilbert Kniffin, Frederick Phisterer, Alexander F. Stevenson
Seven Accounts of the Stone's River/Murfreesboro Conflict During the American Civil War
Seven perspectives of a bloody Civil War encounter
The Battle of Stone's River (or Murfreesboro to give it its Confederate appellation) took place over the turn of the year between 1862 and 1863 in..
Warren Olney & Joseph W. Rich
‘Shiloh’ as Seen by a Private Soldier
by Warren Olney
The Battle of Shiloh
by Joseph W. Rich
Shiloh from the ranks—Shiloh from the historian
The first piece in his vital book is a description of battle from the sharpest end of combat. It is the recollection of this momentous conflict of th..
Arthur J. L. Fremantle
An officer of the Coldstream Guards’ Observations of the Confederate Army on Campaign During the American Civil War
A British soldier's view of the great conflict of blue and grey
The author of this book has, perhaps, achieved more renown in recent years than at any time since the publication of his literary eff..
Theodore A. Dodge
an Overwhelming Confederate Victory that Won the Accolade, 'Lee's Perfect Battle'
A major Civil War battle—and Lee's triumph
The Battle of Chancellorsville was one of the principal engagements of the American Civil War. It was fought between Hooker's Army of the Potomac and Lee'..
Henry M. Cist
The Campaigns of a Union Army During the American Civil War
A Union Army at war against the Confederacy
The Army of the Cumberland was one of the principal armies of the Union Army. It was first commanded by Rosecrans who commanded it through its first sign..
The Opening Phase of the American Civil War as Experienced by an Officer of the Union Artillery
The first shots destined to tear a nation apart
This is an essential and riveting book by one who was literally at the heart of the events that heralded the great conflict between the states. Altho..
Charles Carleton Coffin
A view of the American Civil War by a Reporter for the Boston Journal
A famous American writer’s view of the Civil War
Charles Carleton Coffin is now recognised as one the important journalists, authors and polititicians of the American nation. At the time of the Civ..