Series: Amerikanska inbördeskriget

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Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 1, Blod kommer att flyta by Angus Konstam1
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 2, Ingen nåd - det totala kriget by James R. Arnold2
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 3, General Lee och rebellernas triumf by Philip Katcher3
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 4, Kriget till havs by Angus Konstam4
Sherman's March to the Sea 1864: Atlanta to Savannah by David Smith5
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D.6 Den blodigaste dagen by John Langellier6
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 7, Sydstaternas förlorade seger by James R. Arnold7
Amerikanska inbördeskriget. D. 8, Det största kavallerislaget by Philip R. N. Katcher8

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  1. Second Manassas 1862: Robert E Lee's Greatest Victory by John Langellier (2002)
  2. Petersburg 1864-65: The Longest Siege by Ron Field (2009)
  3. The March to the Sea: Franklin and Nashville by Jacob D. Cox (1882)
  4. Sherman and the Burning of Columbia by Marion B. Lucas (1976)
  5. The March to the Sea and Beyond: Sherman's Troops in the Savannah and Carolinas Campaigns by Joseph T. Glatthaar (1985)
  6. To the Sea: A History and Tour Guide of Sherman's March by Jim Miles (1989)
  7. A City Laid Waste: The Capture, Sack, and Destruction of the City of Columbia by William Gilmore Simms (1865)
  8. Bentonville: The Final Battle of Sherman and Johnston by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr. (1996)
  9. Joseph E. Johnston and the Defense of Richmond by Steven H. Newton (1998)
  10. The Chessboard of War: Sherman and Hood in the Autumn Campaigns of 1864 by Anne J. Bailey (2000)
  11. Lee, Grant and Sherman: A Study in Leadership in the 1864-65 Campaign by Alfred H. Burne (1938)
  12. The Story of the Great March : From the Diary of a Staff Officer by George Ward Nichols (1865)
  13. Marching with Sherman: Passages from the Letters and Campaign Diaries of Henry Hitchcock, Major and Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, November 1864-May 1865 by Henry Hitchcock (1995)
  14. Southern Storm: Sherman's March to the Sea by Noah Andre Trudeau (2008)
  15. Guardian of Savannah: Fort Mcallister, Georgia, in the Civil War and Beyond (Studies in Maritime History) by Roger S. Durham (2008)

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