Wiley Sword, Shiloh: Bloody April, Revised Ed., Signed on Bookplate
Sword’s Lifelong Study in its Ultimate Revision!
Wiley Sword’s Shiloh: Bloody April represents a lifetime of fascination and study of “Bloody Shiloh.”
Since Sword’s classic study of the momentous battle first appeared in 1974, additional material has enabled expanded interpretation. In this new 2001 edition, readers will delight to find fresh data about the soldiers’ thoughts, experiences, and post battle expectations.
Newly found sketch maps made at the very time provide graphic historical evidence and new details about the death of Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston. Added photographs, with further battle descriptions and analysis enhance the original texts.
In a special supplemental chapter many of the controversies of Shiloh are examined in detailed perspective. It is difficult to improve on a classic, but this corrected edition is bigger and better.
As new in dust jacket, and signed on a book plate affixed to the title page.
Sword, Wiley. SHILOH: BLOODY APRIL. (Dayton): 2001. Revised ed., 562p., illus., maps, facsims.
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