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Series: Great Campaigns

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The Antietam Campaign by John Cannan
The Appomattox Campaign: March 29-April 9, 1865 by Chris M. Calkins
The Battle of Britain: July-November 1940 by David Alan Johnson
The Boston Campaign: April 1775-March 1776 by Victor Brooks
The Fredericksburg Campaign: October 1862-January 1863 by Victor Brooks
Jackson's Valley Campaign by David G. Martin
The Normandy Campaign: 6 June-25 August 1944 by Victor Brooks
The Peninsula Campaign: March-July 1862 by David G. Martin
The Petersburg Campaign: June 1864 - April 1865 by John Horn
Rommel's North Africa Campaign by Jack Greene
The Second Bull Run Campaign: July-August 1862 by David G. Martin
The Spanish-American War: 1898 by Albert A. Nofi
Spotsylvania Campaign: May 7-19, 1864 by John Cannan
The Waterloo Campaign: June 1815 by Albert A. Nofi
The Wilderness Campaign: May 1864 by John Cannan

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