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American Civil War Marines 1861?65

by Ron Field & Richard Hook

The part played in the Civil War by the small Marine Corps of the United and Confederate States is overshadowed by the confrontations of the great armies. Nevertheless, the coastal and riverine campaigns were...


Appomattox 1865

by Ron Field & Adam Hook

From an internationally renowned expert on US history, this highly illustrated title details the curtain-closing campaign of the American Civil War in the East. Ulysses S Grant's Army of the Potomac and Robert...


Confederate Cavalryman vs Union Cavalryman

by Ron Field & Peter Dennis

During the intense, sprawling conflict that was the American Civil War, both Union and Confederate forces fielded substantial numbers of cavalry, which carried out the crucial tasks of reconnaissance, raiding,...


Union Infantryman vs Confederate Infantryman

by Ron Field & Peter Dennis

The enthusiastic but largely inexperienced soldiers serving on both sides in the Civil War had to adapt quickly to the appalling realities of warfare in the industrial age. Author Ron Field, an authority on...


American Civil War Fortifications (3)

by Ron Field & Adam Hook

The Mississippi River played a decisive role in the American Civil War. The Confederate fortifications that controlled the lower Mississippi valley were put to the test in the lengthy Federal campaign of 1862-63....


Petersburg 1864?65

by Ron Field & Peter Dennis

In 1864 General Ulysses S. Grant decided to strangle the life out of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia by surrounding the city of Petersburg and cutting off General Robert E. Lee's supply lines. The...


American Civil War Fortifications (2)

by Ron Field & Peter Dennis

The American Civil War saw a massive development in the use of field fortifications, the result of the practical application of antebellum West-Point teaching, and the deadly impact of rifled infantry weapons...


Forts of the American Frontier 1776–1891

by Ron Field & Adam Hook

With the violent separation between the United States and Britain which began in 1776, the new 'Americans' set off to fulfill their manifest destiny and rule their new land from coast to coast. As they pushed...


Robert E. Lee

by Ron Field & Adam Hook

Beloved by his soldiers and respected by his enemies, Robert E. Lee is undoubtedly the most popular general in American history to fight on the losing side. This book takes an in-depth look at this southern...


Lincoln’s 90-Day Volunteers 1861

by Ron Field & Adam Hook

On April 15th 1861, the day after the fall of Fort Sumter, President Abraham Lincoln issued a call for 75,000 volunteers to enlist for three months' service to defend the Union. This 90-day period proved entirely...