Book Reviews 2023

Simply Murder: The Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862
June 06
Verdun: The Lost History of the Most Important Battle of World War I
June 04
The Carnage was Fearful: The Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9, 1862
June 02
100 Greatest Battles
May 31
A Military History of the Cold War, 1962–1991
May 29
The Civilian War: Confederate Women and Union Soldiers during Sherman's March
May 27
Global Military Transformations: Change and Continuity, 1450-1800
May 25
The Confederate Military Forces in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1861-1865: A Study in Command
May 23
SOG Kontum: Top Secret Missions in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, 1968–1969
May 21
From the Mountains to the Bay: The War in Virginia, January-May 1862
May 19
A History of Artillery
May 17
The Tale Untwisted: General George B. McClellan, the Maryland Campaign, and the Discovery of Lee’s Lost Orders
May 15
Armada: The Spanish Enterprise and England’s Deliverance in 1588
May 13
Hitler's Fatal Miscalculation: Why Germany Declared War on the United States
May 11
Losing America, Securing an Empire: The Rise of British Global Power in the Late 18th Century
May 09
Civil War Monuments and Memory: Favorite Stories and Fresh Perspectives from the Historians at Emerging Civil War
May 07
A Mad Catastrophe: The Outbreak of World War I and the Collapse of the Habsburg Empire
May 05
The Great New York Fire of 1776: A Lost Story of the American Revolution
May 03
Gettysburg's Southern Front: Opportunity and Failure at Richmond
May 01
Empires of the Normans: Conquerors of Europe
April 28
Grant at 200: Reconsidering the Life and Legacy of Ulysses S. Grant
April 25
To Save An Army: The Stalingrad Airlift
April 24
The Whartons' War: The Civil War Correspondence of General Gabriel C. Wharton and Anne Radford Wharton, 1863–1865
April 22
The Missouri Home Guard: Protecting the Home Front during the Great War
April 21
The Siege that Changed the World: Paris, 1870–1871
April 20
Of Age: Boy Soldiers and Military Power in the Civil War Era
April 18
Thirteen Months in Dixie, or, the Adventures of a Federal Prisoner in Texas: Including the Red River Campaign, Imprisonment at Camp Ford, and Escape
April 17
Volunteers of the Empire: War, Identity, and Spanish Imperialism, 1855-1898
April 15
Byzantium and The Crusades
April 14
The Heart of Hell: The Soldiers' Struggle for Spotsylvania's Bloody Angle
April 12
Warrior Spirit: The Story of Native American Patriotism and Heroism
April 11
Masters of Warfare: Fifty Underrated Military Commanders from Classical Antiquity to the Cold War
April 08
Unhappy Catastrophes: The American Revolution in Central New Jersey, 1776-1782
April 06
The Venlo Sting: MI6's Deadly Fiasco
April 04
The Military Memoirs of a Confederate Line Officer: Captain John C. Reed’s Civil War from Manassas to Appomattox
April 02
Meat Grinder: The Battles for the Rzhev Salient, 1942–43
March 27
All Roads Led to Gettysburg: A New Look at the Civil War's Pivotal Battle
March 14
The Shape of Battle: The Art of War from the Battle of Hastings to D-Day and Beyond
March 12
The Bletchley Park Codebreakers in Their Own Words
March 10
Nimitz at War: Command Leadership from Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay
March 08
Count the Dead: Coroners, Quants, and the Birth of Death as We Know It
March 06
Writing Battles: New Perspectives on Warfare and Memory in Medieval Europe
March 04
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: Innovative Military Strategist: The Most Misunderstood Civil War General
March 02
Rearming the RAF for the Second World War: Poor Strategy and Miscalculation
February 28
Cedar Mountain to Antietam: A Civil War Campaign History of the Union XII Corps, July – September 1862
February 26
Under the Southern Cross: The South Pacific Air Campaign Against Rabaul
February 24
James Montgomery: Abolitionist Warrior
February 22
Commanding Petty Despots: The American Navy in the New Republic
February 20
The Battle of Jackson, Mississippi, May 14, 1863
February 18
Athens: City of Wisdom
February 16
“If We Are Striking for Pennsylvania”: The Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac March to Gettysburg - Volume 1: June 3–21, 1863
February 14
The Battle of Actium 31 BC: War for the World
February 09
Six Miles from Charleston, Five Minutes to Hell: The Battle of Seccessionville, June 16, 1862
February 06
After the Ruins: Restoring the Countryside of Northern France after the Great War
February 04
Civil War Field Artillery: Promise and Performance on the Battlefield
February 02
The Mighty Eighth: Masters of the Air over Europe 1942–45
January 30
Lost Causes: Confederate Demobilization and the Making of Veteran Identity
January 28
Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution's Lost Hero
January 26
When Hell Came to Sharpsburg: The Battle of Antietam and its Impact on the Civilians Who Called it Home
January 24
The Roman Empire in Crisis, 248–260: When the Gods Abandoned Rome
January 22
Engineering in the Confederate Heartland
January 20
On a Knife Edge: How Germany Lost the First World War
January 18
Britain’s Secret Defences: Civilian Saboteurs, Spies and Assassins
January 16
Love and Duty: Confederate Widows and the Emotional Politics of Loss
January 14
Ireland’s Secret War: Dan Bryan, G2 and the Lost Tapes that Reveal the Hunt for Ireland’s Nazi Spies
January 12
Civil War Witnesses and Their Books: New Perspectives on Iconic Works
January 09
A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-45, Volume Five, From the Fall of Rome to the End of the War, 1944-1945,
January 07
True Blue: White Unionists in the Deep South during the Civil War and Reconstruction
January 05
Darkest Christmas: December 1942 and a World at War
January 03
Early Struggles for Vicksburg: The Mississippi Central Campaign and Chickasaw Bayou, October 25-December 31, 1862
January 01



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