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To Hold This Ground: A Desperate Battle at Gettysburg

by Susan Provost Beller

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A dramatic account of the battle for Little Round Top at Gettysburg in 1863 as well as a biography of Colonels Chamberlain of Maine and Oates of Alabama, whose troops fought this bloody battle.

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A decent read but nothing really exciting. For anyone who is familiar with the battle at Gettysburg this is probably a pass. The Arthur dose a good job of relating the human element and loss at the battle by use of personal soldiers accounts of the fighting. in an area that is so saturated with literature they're many others that I believe do a better job. ( )
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