Battles and Leaders of the Civil War V1 - The Opening Battles

Descriere: /Robert Underwood Johnson Begins with a view of Washington on the eve of the war, gives an account of the fall of Fort Sumter, the preparations for war in the North and South, and the formation of the Confederacy. Detailed are the battles of the first year in the war. Ove

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Autori: Robert Underwood Johnson | Editura: Castle Books | Anul aparitiei: 2010 | ISBN: 9780890095690 | Numar de pagini: 750 | Categorie: Sale  

  

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