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Soldiers and armies

Ernest Edward Tucker

Soldiers and armies

men at war through the ages

by Ernest Edward Tucker

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Published by Lutterworth Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1965.

Statementillustrated by W.T. Mars.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15181149M
ISBN 100718808371

  Armies South, Armies North Forces of the Civil War Compared and Contrasted Alan Axelrod. Lyons Press, Guilford, Connecticut, , pages. Book Review published on: American Civil War historians often argue over which side of that conflict had the best soldiers, divisions and corps, and armies. Get this from a library! A visual history of soldiers and armies around the world. [Fuente la de Moreno Alberto] -- This book brings readers into some of the greatest battles in history. They can walk alongside some of the mightiest armies, ones that shaped the world they know today. They will .

Children have served as soldiers throughout history. They fought in the American Revolution, the Civil War, and in both world wars. They served as uniformed soldiers, camouflaged insurgents, and even suicide bombers. Indeed, the first U.S. soldier to be killed by hostile fire in the Afghanistan war was shot in ambush by a fourteen-year-old boy.   Both suppositions had motive power, rousing armies to take to the field and fueling a bloody war that lasted for four years. Still, the Union belief that federal armies would be greeted with open arms as liberators in the South turned out to be fatally flawed; as Varon observes, “Lincoln and other Northern political figures and writers were.

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