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None Died in Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War

None Died in Vain The Saga of the American Civil War A fast paced compulsively readable one volume narrative of the American Civil War by the author of the acclaimed saga of World War II Delivered from Evil

  • Title: None Died in Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War
  • Author: Robert Leckie
  • ISBN: 9780060921163
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • A fast paced, compulsively readable one volume narrative of the American Civil War, by the author of the acclaimed saga of World War II, Delivered from Evil.

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    1 thought on “None Died in Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War

    1. I started this book thinking I would just read the chapters on Gettysburg because of our upcoming trip there. Then, I started reading more of it and found the author to be a highly perceptive and elegant writer, covering the issues of the Civil War effectively and clearly. So, I read the entire book!

    2. This is the fourth book I've read by Robert Leckie. I am reading them in a series as they cover American history as though they are a four volume set, from Columbus discovering America to the end of the Civil War. They are: "A Few Acres Of Snow: The Saga Of The French And Indian Wars," "George Washington's War: The Saga of the American Revolution," "From Sea to Shining Sea: From the War of 1812 to the Mexican War; the Saga of America's Expansion" and now "None Died in Vain." The books were well [...]

    3. Another outstanding Leckie book, great narrative, detailed facts on all levels. Enjoyable yet educational and insightful.

    4. A good definitive overview of the Civil War. Long, of course, but written very well. The chapters I enjoyed the most were the short bios of the major players such as Longstreet, Lee, Lincoln etc.

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