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Gettysburg: The Final Fury by Bruce Catton

Gettysburg: The Final Fury

by Bruce Catton

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Succinctly and elegantly written, this is the book to read if you are seeking an overview of the Battle of Gettysburg. One quibble with the paperback version: the resolution of the drawings is frustratingly subpar and the maps unreadable without a magnifying glass. Catton's brilliant prose more than makes up for these deficiencies. ( )
  AmourFou | May 25, 2015 |
I recommend this book if you are going to visit the Gettysburg battlefield and don't know a lot of Civil War history.
The book is short, well written, has maps and interesting illustrations. I suggest that you read the book before you go and take the book with you on your trip. ( )
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A Pulitzer Prize-winning author and respected authority on the Civil War clarifies the causes of the battle of Gettysburg and brings alive the most famous battle ever fought on American soil .

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