From the beginning, I remember the first time I heard that the Civil Wars had begun.
It came as a complete shock, but I was excited by the idea that the conflict might end and that we might see a return to normalcy in the South.
The Civil War was not an isolated event.
The United States was not going to go quietly into the night.
I had been studying the Civil war for many years, but the first war was so new to me that I had not yet experienced it firsthand.
I was also curious about the people involved.
I wanted to learn more about how the conflict had been fought, why the Civil Rights movement was so significant, and what had changed in the United States and in the country in general since 1861.
As it turned out, this book, The War of the Confederates, was just what I needed.
It has a history that’s easy to understand, and it is well written.
The author, Mark Schlosser, does an admirable job of telling a story from the perspective of the most powerful forces on the Civil World.
This is a book that will appeal to students of history and students of military history, and is also a good introduction to the topic of race in America today.
Read more about the Civil Civil War: Read our review of The War Of The Confederates: Civil War: A History for All __________________________________________________________