Three Civil War historians discuss the operations that made up one of the most remarkable military campaigns of the American Civil War: Maj. Gen. Grant’s 47-day siege of Vicksburg.
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Allen C. Guelzo depicts the momentous battle of Gettysburg with both terror and reverence, relating the true grittiness behind the lines, the daily lives of horrified civilians, and the role of politics in military tactics.
Lewis Sorley identifies and explores the unique attributes that made General Creighton Abrams a remarkable leader.
Jean Edward Smith explores the legacy of General Ulysses S. Grant, one of the greatest military leaders in American history.
Author Rick Atkinson discusses the sacrifices, shortcomings, and eventual triumph of the American-led coalition of Western allies that fought to defeat Hitler, Mussolini, and the Axis powers.