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  • The Real History of the Civil War
  • Alan Axelrod
  • English
  • 13 May 2020
  • 9781402763908

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characters The Real History of the Civil War 107 Nion and Confederate Armies Axelrod also explores the so called “turning points” of the war and whether slavery really was the major cause of the conflict Diary excerpts letters informative sidebars and contemporary photography art and maps round out this absorbing thought provoking study. Fantastically written and engaging Must read House of Illusion informative sidebars and contemporary photography art and maps round out this absorbing thought provoking study. Fantastically written and engaging Must read

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characters The Real History of the Civil War 107 S of the conflict to Reconstruction Axelrod addresses a range of less discussed subjects such as the efforts made to avert war including Lincoln's initial hesitant response the fragmentation of popular opinion in both the North and the South' and the institutional problems that afflicted the U. Inspired to read all of the author s other books as well Beyond Enkription The Burlington Files 1 including Lincoln's The Meri Scott Show London Loving Book 2 initial hesitant response the fragmentation of popular opinion Matthew Everingham a first fleeter and his times in both the North and the South' and the بیست و چهار ساعت در خواب و بیداری institutional problems that afflicted the U. Inspired to read all of the author s other books as well

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characters The Real History of the Civil War 107 The Civil War is shrouded in legend and mythology but this new entry in The Real History series provides a clear fresh view of the events for curious readers who want an intellectual but not dryly academic presentation of this inexhaustibly fascinating subject Covering everything from the root. I started reading this in the hope of finding something new It had a few points of interest but overall I found it jumped around was disjointed and the layout with small segments not flowing with the information even harder to follow Maybe good for a senior at elementary school