Synopses & Reviews
Based on solid scholarship and enhanced by the author's insights as a leading military historian, None Died in Vain is crowded with in-depth profiles of fascinating and important Americans from North and South-soldiers and political leaders, heroes, and rogues. It covers grand strategy, politics, economics, and above all the war's great battles from the siege and fall of Fort Sumter and the Union defeat at First Bull Run to the siege and fall of Petersburg and Lee's surrender at Appomattox.
A fast-paced, compulsively readable one-volume narrative of the American Civil War, by the author of the acclaimed saga of World War II, Delivered from Evil.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 659-663).