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For Cause & for Country: A Study of the Affair At Spring Hill & the Battle of Franklin

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American history buffs and Civil War enthusiasts will delight in this well-written exploration of one of the bloodiest and most costly campaigns of the Civil War. For Cause and For Country revisits the battle of Spring Hill and Franklin, using previously untapped resources to shed an entirely different light on those dark and difficult days.
Hardcover, 496 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by O'More Publishing
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Mark
Sep 16, 2014 Mark rated it it was amazing
For Cause & for Country is the book to own for a full and complete account of the November 1864 Battles of Spring Hill and Franklin – certainly one of the best to be published in recent years. Exceptionally well researched and footnoted, it is much more than a detailed account and analysis of the fighting. It is also a fresh and evenhanded explanation of the decisions and actions which led to the narrow escape of one army and the near ruin of another. Jacobson offers a tremendous amount of n ...more
Brad Harris
Oct 03, 2015 Brad Harris rated it it was amazing
Fantastic book on a very forgotten battle field. very detailed and fun to read. have read it 3 times.
Damian Shiels
Feb 10, 2013 Damian Shiels rated it it was amazing
The definitive work on the Battle of Franklin. Excellently researched and the story is expertly told.
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