Five or Ten Minutes review on Civil War Books and Authors

While book-length studies of Civil War battles of all sizes abound in the literature, it’s only been over the past two decades that most of the engagements associated with the 1865 Carolinas Campaign have been satisfactorily addressed. In the late 1990s, a pair of closely released Bentonville studies by Mark Bradley and Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Read more about Five or Ten Minutes review on Civil War Books and Authors[…]

Five or Ten Minutes on Emerging Civil War

On the Emerging Civil War blog this week, author Eric J. Wittenberg writes: “Why would you spend the time and effort to write a book on a battle that only lasted a few minutes and which had minimal casualties?” I wish I had a dollar for every time that I’ve been asked that question—I could Read more about Five or Ten Minutes on Emerging Civil War[…]