Book Reviews 2024

Race to the Potomac: Lee and Meade After Gettysburg, July 4–14, 1863
July 17
The Killing Ground: A Biography of Thermopylae
July 15
The Practice of Strategy: A Global History,
July 13
G.H.Q. (Montreuil-sur-Mer}
July 11
Bayou Battles for Vicksburg: The Swamp and River Expeditions, January 1-April 30, 1863
July 09
Caesar Rules: The Emperor in the Changing Roman World (c. 50 BC – AD 565)
July 07
Sing As We Go: Britain Between the Wars
July 05
The Spear, the Scroll, and the Pebble: How the Greek City-State Developed as a Male Warrior-Citizen Collective
July 02
Unforgettables: Winners, Losers, Strong Women, and Eccentric Men of the Civil War Era
June 27
Target Switzerland: Swiss Armed Neutrality in World War 2
June 23
Herod the Great: Jewish King in a Roman World
June 20
Franco's Pirates: Naval Aspects of the Spanish Civil War 1936–39
June 17
Longstreet: The Confederate General Who Defied the South
June 15
Venice: The Remarkable History of the Lagoon City
June 13
Collected Papers on Suetonius
June 10
Men of God, Men of War: Military Chaplains as Ministers, Warriors, and Prisoners
June 07
The Boy Generals: George Custer, Wesley Merritt, and the Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, from the Gettysburg Retreat through the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864
June 04
America's First Aircraft Carrier: USS Langley and the Dawn of U.S. Naval Aviation
June 03
To Do the Work of Men: An Operational History of the 21st Division in the Great War
May 31
The Eternal Decline and Fall of Rome: The History of a Dangerous Idea
May 30
Never Such a Campaign: The Battle of Second Manassas, August 28-August 30, 1862
May 28
War and Its Causes
May 27
Vandal Heaven: Reinterpreting Post-Roman North Africa
May 25
Our Flag Was Still There: The Star Spangled Banner that Survived the British and 200 Years--And the Armistead Family Who Saved It
May 24
The Women with Silver Wings: The Inspiring True Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II
May 22
Firepower: How Weapons Shaped Warfare
May 21
From Antietam to Appomattox with Upton's Regulars: A Civil War Memoir from the 121st New York Regiment
May 19
Women Warriors in History: 1,622 Biographies Worldwide from the Bronze Age to the Present
May 18
Lee Invades the North: A Comparison of the Antietam and Gettysburg Campaigns
May 17
Governing Oneself and Others: On Xenophon of Athens (A. V. Elliott Conference)
May 16
The Enigma Traitors: Spy and Counterspy in World War II
May 15
Lincoln and California: The President, the War, and the Golden State
May 14
Soldier of Destiny: Slavery, Secession, and the Redemption of Ulysses S. Grant
May 13
Galeazzo Ciano: The Fascist Pretender
May 12
Brigades of Antietam: The Union and Confederate Brigades during the 1862 Maryland Campaign: The Union and Confederate Brigades
May 11
From Ironclads to Dreadnoughts: The Development of the German Battleship, 1864-1918
May 10
Anatomy of a Duel: Secession, Civil War, and the Evolution of Kentucky Violence
May 09
Road to Surrender: Three Men and the Countdown to the End of World War II
May 08
Contrasts in Command: The Battle of Fair Oaks, May 31 - June 1, 1862
May 07
Leyte Gulf: A New History of the World's Largest Sea Battle
May 06
Abraham Lincoln and the Bible: A Complete Compendium
May 04
The 'Blue Squadrons': The Spanish in the Luftwaffe, 1941-1944
May 03
Romans at War: Soldiers, Citizens, and Society in the Roman Republic
May 02
The Sergeant: The Incredible Life of Nicholas Said: Son of an African General, Slave of the Ottomans, Free Man Under the Tsars, Hero of the Union Army
April 28
The Philadelphia Campaign, 1777 (Casemate Illustrated)
April 24
Such a Clash of Arms: The Maryland Campaign, September 1862 (Casemate Illustrated)
April 17
Conquer We Must: A Military History of Britain, 1914-1945
April 13
John T. Wilder: Union General, Southern Industrialist
April 09
Battle for the Island Kingdom: England's Destiny 1000–1066
April 06
Fallen Leaders: Favorite Stories and Fresh Perspectives from the Historians at Emerging Civil War (Emerging Civil War Anniversary Series)
April 03
Jewish Soldiers in the Civil War: The Union Army
March 31
The Routledge Atlas of the First World War (Routledge Historical Atlases) 4th Edition
March 28
Letters to Lizzie: The Story of Sixteen Men in the Civil War and the One Woman Who Connected Them All
February 27
New York’s War of 1812: Politics, Society, and Combat
February 24
Emperor of Rome: Ruling the Ancient Roman World
February 21
Calamity at Frederick: Robert E. Lee, Special Orders No. 191, and Confederate Misfortune on the Road to Antietam
February 17
The Trigger: Hunting the Assassin Who Brought the World to War
February 14
Stay and Fight it Out: The Second Day at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, Culp’s Hill and the North End of the Battlefield
February 11
The Republic of Venice: De magistratibus et republica Venetorum
February 07
The Civil War Memoirs of Captain William J. Seymour: The Reminiscences of a Louisiana Tiger
February 04

February 04
A Village in the Third Reich: How Ordinary Lives Were Transformed by the Rise of Fascism
February 01
More Work than Glory: Buffalo Soldiers in the United States Army, 1865-1916
January 29
Twelve Days: How the Union Nearly Lost Washington in the First Days of the Civil War
January 26
Invisible Romans
January 23
A Wilderness of Destruction: Confederate Guerillas in East and South Florida, 1861-1865
January 20
The Spanish Blue Division on the Eastern Front, 1941-1945: War, Occupation, Memory (Toronto Iberic)
January 17
Victory to Defeat: The British Army 1918–40
January 14
Through Blood and Fire: The Civil War Letters of Major Charles J. Mills, 1862-1865, Revised and Expanded Edition
January 11
Tempest: The Royal Navy and the Age of Revolutions
January 08
Paris, City of Dreams: Napoleon III, Baron Haussmann, and the Creation of Paris
January 05
Lincoln in Lists
January 02



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