eBook Meade: Victor of Gettysburg (Military Profiles) download
by Richard A. Sauers
Author: Richard A. Sauers
Publisher: Potomac Books Inc. (February 26, 2004)
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His book, the only new biography of Meade to appear in over thirty years, should .
His book, the only new biography of Meade to appear in over thirty years, should spark renewed study of this brave but overlooked general. I’ve come to enjoy Brassey’s Military Profiles series and picked up a slew of them on one of my recent trips to the local bookstore Читать весь отзыв.
Meade: Victor of Gettysburg," by Richard A. Sauers, is a short (121 plus xv pages) biography of the man described on. . Sauers, is a short (121 plus xv pages) biography of the man described on the book's dust jacket as "one of the Civil War's most underrated leaders. The book features three maps, a chronology of Meade's life, black-and-white photographs, endnotes citing Sauers' sources, and a short bibliographic essay that covers biographies of Meade and original source material about him. The book covers the whole span of Meade's life, including his early military career, work as a civil engineer, reentry into the Army,.
Meade: Victor of Gettysburg (Military Profiles) . 1574884182 (ISBN13: 9781574884180). George Meade Victor of Gettysburg is a great book for information on the civil war. This book takes place in the 1800's on the battle feild of the civil war. George Meade was the commander and cheif of the army of the Potomac. He then started working his way up George Meade Victor of Gettysburg is a great book for information on the civil war.
Sauers, Richard A. "George Gordon Meade. Sauers, Richard Allen. Meade: Victor of Gettysburg. London: Brassey's, 2003. ISBN 978-1-57488-418-0. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2000.
Book DescriptionMost students of the American Civil War know the name George Gordon Meade, but few can tell you about the man. With this new addition to Brassey?s Military Profiles series, historian Richard Sauers examines the life of one of the Union Army?s most notable generals. Rising from the Union officer corps to lead the previously ill-fated Army of the Potomac, Meade took command only hours before his forces stumbled upon Robert E. Lee?s Confederates at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in1863.
Meade : Victor of Gettysburg. Part of the Military Profiles Series). by Richard A. Sauers. Most students of the American Civil War know the name George Gordon Meade, but few can tell you about the man. With this addition to Potomac's Military Profiles series, historian Richard Sauers examines the life of one of the Union Army's most notable generals.
Meade: Victor of Gettysburg. Washington, D. Potomac Books, 2003. The main reason for the book's brevity is that it is part of the Brassey's Military Profiles series.
Richard Worsam Meade (June 23, 1778 – June 25, 1828) was an American merchant and art collector, and the father of Civil War General George Gordon Meade. After growing up in his father George Meade's shipping business, he became successful in his own right in the American–Spanish trade. Meade lived in Cadiz, Spain, from 1803 to 1820, and was the . He became quite wealthy and was one of the first American collectors of European art.
And while "Meade: Victor at Gettysburg" by Richard A. Sauers is a decent work on General Meade and his role in victory at Gettysburg, this historical profile failed to capture my interest or intrigue me. Mr. Sauers does an upright job edifying and de-vilifying General Meade, however, he does little to capture the trying times and sheer drama of the moment as other Brassey military profile authors in this series. BruderBane, February 23, 2009.