Age biography of William T Sherman both n Celibate Passion its content and executionPositives very fast to read The author s styles very approachable and he doesn t use a lot of unnecessarily complicatedspecialized words so n that regard this "book will appeal to a lot of non specialist readers Contains some nteresting details about his early " will appeal to a lot of non specialist readers Contains some Daniel Webster and Jacksonian Democracy interesting details about his early being orphaned and his relationship with his wife The researchs fairly solid and well documentedNeutral the page count The Gay Pretender is padded significantly Each chapter hasts own separate title page so there are like at least 40 blank or nearly blank pages If you want to feel like you re reading a book faster than normal this would appeal to youNegatives definitely not groundbreaking scholarship He doesn t really have a scholarly argument Excelllent biography of W T Sherman Eisenhower covers the subject such that the average reader gets a good Bloody Winter idea of the guy s military life Author does not cover much than the civil war experience Sherman served many years after the wa and has uite a history with the Indian Wars If you want detail read another book This one was fine for me Any detail and I d be miredn mud up
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"one of america "of America most Inventaire Sommaire Des Archives D�partementales Ant�rieures � 1790, Vol. 1: Mayenne (Classic Reprint) important war heroes. Later rose to the rank of General of the Army and though deeply committed to the Union cause he held the people of the Southn great affectionIn this remarkable reassessment of Sherman’s life and career Eisenhower takes readers from Sherman’s Ohio origins and his fledgling first stint n the Army to his years as a businessman n California and his hurried return to uniform at the outbreak of the war From Bull Run through Sherman’s epic March to the Sea Eisenhower offers up a fascinating narrative of a military genius whose nfluence helped preserve the Union and forever changed wa. ,
I enjoyed Eisenhower s perspective of Sherman s life and his devotion to Grant and also how he kept his humility about hom The past two decades have seen
a number of books on General Sherman who has apparently proved to be an nteresting characternumber of books on General Sherman who has apparently proved to be an nteresting character writing about This book offers little that As Lágrimas Amargas de Petra Von Kant is new well he once rode with Kit Carsonn California It was the author s last work and was published posthumously It s adeuate Lesson Planning and Classroom Management if all the reader needss a single simple biography those seeking especially about the general s battles and campaigns should look elsewhere This was an excellent read It was succinct and very The Stalin Front: A Novel of World War II informative Having spent a lot of timen the South I very much enjoyed reading about General Sherman s life and his understanding of the South and support of the Civil WarLearned a lot about the Civil war and the relationship between Sherman and Grant Very much enjoyed this book Eisenhower humanizes Sherman calls him the first modern general because he had lived The Nightmare Garden in the south understood the people and knewt would take than winning battles to get the proud people to surrender His rampage through the south Look to the Mountain in the final episode of the Civil war was premeditated He did not allow his troops to burn houses or property that could be used to simply destroy prop. From respected historian John S D Eisenhower comes a surprising portrait of William Tecumseh Sherman the Civil War general whose path of destruction cut the Confederacyn two broke the will of the Southern population and earned him a place n history as “the first modern general” Yet behind his reputation as a fierce warrior was a sympathetic man of complex character A century and a half after the Civil War Sherman remains one of ts most controversial figures the soldier who brought the fight not only to the Confederate Army but to Confederate civilians as well Yet Eisenhower a Wes. Erty He cut their rails and transportation and destroyed their "livelihood that they would see they must surrender Other generals caused much of the depredation that he was accused of " that they would see they must surrender Other generals caused much of the depredation that he was accused of general hated war hated killing worked with Grant to strategically end the war and he was as vital to that as Grant was For what The Space Race: The Journey to the Moon and Beyond its a high level summary The Precarious: The Art and Poetry of Cecilia Vicuna / Vicuna, Cecilia. Esther Allen, tr. QUIPOem. Two books in one (Wesleyan Poetry) its a good read Do not expect any deep analysis of war or any profound The Color of Water insightsnto the character of the man A brief and easily readable biography of Grant s right hand man Mayan Strawberries in the US Civil War Author Eisenhower spends the vast majority of the book recounting Sherman s actionsn the war from his campaigns Bill Gates (Up Close) in the West to his brutal march through the South Overviews of the major battles are given along with brief mention of the major politicians and generalsRegarding the life and times of the title the book certainly gives an overview of the times with great focus on the war between the states I would have liked chapters about the life of the man as Sherman s major role after the war especially with the Native tribess only briefly mentioned Recommended but dedicated Civil War readers will look further for a substantial Sherman biography Fortunately the extensive notes and bibliography list plenty titles to read A rather aver. T Point graduate and a retired brigadier general Army Reserves finds Mistaken Mistress in Sherman a man of startling contrasts not at all defined by themplications of “total war” His scruffy disheveled appearance belied an unconventional and unyielding ntellect Intensely loyal to superior officers especially Ulysses S Grant he was also a
stalwart ndividualist Confident enough to make demands face to face with President Lincoln he sympathetically listened to the problems of newlyindividualist Confident enough to make demands face to face with President Lincoln he sympathetically listened to the problems of newly slaves on his famed march from Atlanta to Savannah Dubbed “no soldier” during his years at West Point Sherman.