8 edition of The fog of Gettysburg found in the catalog.
The fog of Gettysburg
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ken Allers, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||E475.53 .A43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008031149|
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The Fog of Gettysburg covers the myths, misunderstandings, and mysteries of the battle, the episodes that still provoke questions about what happened or why.
Now readers will the answers to such questions as: Were the people of Gettysburg unaware that a battle was brewing, or were they awaiting it.
Was George Sandoe the first casualty of Gettysburg?/5(10). The Fog of Gettysburg covers the myths, misunderstandings, and mysteries of the battle, the episodes that still provoke questions about what happened or why.
Now readers will the answers to such questions as: Were the people of Gettysburg unaware that /5. The Fog of Gettysburg covers the myths, misunderstandings, and mysteries of the battle, the episodes that still provoke questions about what happened or why.
Now readers will the answers to such questions as: Were the people of Gettysburg unaware that a battle was brewing, or were they awaiting it. Was George Sandoe the first casualty of Gettysburg?Reviews: 5. Kenneth L. Allers Jr. is the author of The Fog of Gettysburg ( avg rating, 30 ratings, 3 reviews, published ) and The Fog of Gettysburg ( avg /5.
As a student of the over analyzed and much written about battle at Gettysburg on July 1,2 and 3 ofMr. Allers' The Fog of Gettysburg is an entertaining read even if there is nothing really new.
He writes in concise chapters on many of the myths and mysteries surrounding the battle but really introduces no new theories, but instead rehashes the old shop worn beliefs of how, who, and why of the battle/5.
The Fog of Gettysburg The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle (Book): Allers, Ken: Pennsylvanians have a saying: America was born in Philadelphia and saved at Gettysburg. In this way they acknowledge The fog of Gettysburg book Gettysburg was the defining battle of the Civil War.
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Photo by smokejmt. Links to Individual Top 10 Gettysburg Book Lists. These Civil War bloggers released their Top 10 Civil War Books on the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg on their own blogs over the three day anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg from July A masterful, single-volume history of the Civil War's greatest campaign.
Drawing on original source material, from soldiers' letters to official military records of the war, Stephen W. Sears's Gettysburg is a remarkable and dramatic account of the legendary campaign. He takes particular care in his study of the battle's leaders and offers detailed analyses of their/5.
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Vallely. Another book on Gettysburg. Fortunately, the answer is “yes.” While the battle of Gettysburg is indeed the most analyzed three days in American history, the time for revisions, interpretations, and critical analysis is not even close to coming to an end.
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Origin. The word "fog" in reference to uncertainty in war was introduced by the Prussian military analyst Carl von Clausewitz in his posthumously published book, Vom Kriege (), which appeared in English translation in under the title On War.
War is the realm of uncertainty; three quarters of the factors on which action in war is based are wrapped in a fog of greater or lesser.
In Gettysburg: The Living and the Dead, writer Kent Gramm and photographer Chris Heisey tell the famous battle’s story through the eyes of those who lived and died histories that simply recount the three furious days in Julythis book transports readers onto the battlefield and into the event’s historical echoes, making for a delightful, immersive : Southern Illinois University Press.
The Fog of Gettysburg covers the myths, misunderstandings, and mysteries of the battle, the episodes that still provoke questions about what happened or why. Now readers will the answers to such questions as: Were the people of Gettysburg unaware that a battle was brewing, or were they awaiting it.
Was George Sandoe the first casualty of Gettysburg?Brand: Cumberland House. Books Worth Reading. While my collection of books on the Battle of Gettysburg is no doubt smaller than many other buffs but perhaps larger than others, I feel that I have collected what is a fairly representative list of good, quality books on the subject, including, of course, Edwin Coddington's "The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command." In addition, the trilogy of books by Harry Pfanz.
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought over three days, July 1st to 3rd,as part of the American Civil War. The Union Army of the Potomac, commanded by George G.
Meade, defeated the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by Robert E. Lee. O soldiers were killed, wounded, or. Between andthese after-action reports were assembled and published by the U.S.
War Department as part of the massive Official Records of the War of the Rebellion. The ORs, as we know them, number thick books. For example, the Gettysburg Campaign, which is covered by Volume XXVII, contains three parts that fill 3, pages.
The fog of Gettysburg: the myths and mysteries of the battle. [Ken Allers] -- "Until now, no book has focused on the unanswered questions that spring to mind when one visits the battlefield for the first time and hears the many tales about the soldiers and the fighting that.
Gettysburg College – Mark Nesbitt, a respected local authority and author on the ghosts of Gettysburg, has shared numerous tales from the school in his Ghost’s of Gettysburg book series. You can imagine why the spirits are active here when you learn that the Pennsylvania Hall building was used as a field hospital during the Civil War.
Every tourist shop and book store carries a goodly and growing number of books and pamphlets about various hauntings on the hallowed ground. The ghost business became the principal profession of one former Gettysburg park ranger in the past decade, and more than one ranger today claims to have had unexplainable experiences on the field.
The doctor getting lost in the fog causes him to be near the woods where the men confront him. The soldier being wounded in battle causes the men to request the doctor’s help. The gas station attendant telling the doctor that he was near the. graveyard of the Battle of Gettysburg causes the doctor to suspect that the men.
may be ghosts. It is a wonderful piece of historical fiction based on the Battle of Gettysburg () during the American Civil War; it won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in It tells the story of the battle from the perspectives of protagonists on both the Union and Confederate sides, and it takes you vividly into the “fog of war”: Where is the enemy.
The Story of the Twenty-fifth Michigan. Benjamin F. Travis. This victory was lost in the fog of war because it occurred on the same day that Vicksburg, Miss surrendered to U S Grant and at the end of the Battle of Gettysburg, PA as Lee began his retreat out of Pennsylvania.5/5(2).
Readability Indices 7. REFLECTION: When do you think it would be important to pay attention to the reading level of a passage you write. Think of careers that would be affected by reading levels. It is important to pay attention to the reading level when you are going to present. InFoote released the Gettysburg chapter of his original three-volume work as its own book, titled Stars in Their Courses, through which his version of the battle, including the fictitious.
I received Amazon's promo email about a new Gettysburg book, Barksdale's Charge: The True High Tide of the Confederacy at Gettysburg, July 2,by Philip Thomas Tucker.
That would be the charge through the Peach Orchard to the foot of Cemetery Ridge. Rather than go into details of the battle, Tarshis offers broad overviews of slavery and the war's course (adding more about the latter in an afterword that includes the text of the Gettysburg Address).
She folds these into quick pictures of military camp life and the violence-laced fog of war/5(76). We know how it will end, but let’s ignore that, letting the fog of war suspend historical knowledge.
Guelzo directs the Civil War Studies program at Gettysburg College. Read this book on Questia. On the first three days of July inmore thanUnion and Rebel soldiers fought a monumental battle in Gettysburg, a bloody contest that has been hailed as "the turning point of the Civil War.".
CMH Pub 75– Cover: Scene from the Gettysburg Cyclorama painting, The Battle of Gettysburg, by. Paul Phillippoteaux, depicting Pickett’s Charge and fighting at the Angle.
Battle of Gettysburg Free Essay, Term Paper and Book Report During the days between July 1st through July 4th of was what some consider the turning point of the war.
This battle was called the Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg is a town in southern. For those who are wondering about the retro title of this black-history series, please take a moment to learn about historian Joel A.
Rogers, author of the book Amazing Facts About the Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr. Read Chapter V. Fredericksburg of The Star of Gettysburg by Joseph A. Altsheler. The text begins: Before night the Union army had three bridges across the Rappahannock, and before morning it had six.
The regiment that had crossed held the right bank of the river, that is, the side of the South, and the boats moved freely back and forth in the stream. "The Campaign And Battle Of Gettysburg. From the Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies" by Colonel Gustav J.
Fiebeger is a complete and exhaustive look at one of the pivotal battles of the American Civil War. Colonel Gustav J. Fiebeger () was U. soldier, military engineer, and author who was a Professor of Civil and Military Engineering at the U.
Brand: Maine Book Barn Publishing. “Widow of Gettysburg” by Jocelyn Green, book two of the “Heroines Behind the Lines” series, kept my interest and gave much insight into just what it was like to live on the battlefield during the Civil War.
Women, children, men not involved in the armies all these were caught in the middle during the Battle of Gettysburg/5(49). From Civil War historian Wert (A Brotherhood of Valor,etc.), an astute mixture of strategic analysis and common soldiers’ narratives detailing the 24 climactic hours on which the Union of 51, casualties at the Battle of Gettysburg, approximately one-third fell on July 3, Since then, debates on responsibility for success and failure have raged almost as heatedly as.
Sears' contribution to the extensive body of literature on the Civil War in general, and Gettysburg in particular, is the skill with which he narrates a story.
His writing is crisp yet crammed with essential detail, as one would expect of a former editor of American Heritage and the author of six award-winning books. The Killer Angels. Those days at Gettysburg are fascinating to myself.
I reside very close to Gettysburg and have stood on those actual battlefields, Devils Den, Pickett's charge and it's just amazing (and very, very sad too) Looking over the big field where Pickett's charge took place, I actually get goose bumps trying to imagine the courage of the rebels to walk across that big open field 5/5(19).
Product Information. A reissue of a Pulitzer prize-winning classic, and now the major motion picture GETTYSBURG. As a result of these acclamations, this book is considered one of the greatest novels written on the Civil the Hardcover edition.5/5(3).
Rather than go into details of the battle, Tarshis offers broad overviews of slavery and the war’s course (adding more about the latter in an afterword that includes the text of the Gettysburg Address).
She folds these into quick pictures of military camp life and the violence-laced fog of war.Ultimate General: Gettysburg is a critically acclaimed tactical battle simulator that allows you to lead thousands of soldiers in the battle of Gettysburg as commander of either the Union or Confederate army.
The game features the most accurately created map, complex morale, innovative control mechanics and smart AI. You have the freedom to use different strategies while the battle progresses. Get the Same View as the Gettysburg Commanders Anne Kelly Knowles, a professor of Geography at Middlebury College, has worked with a team that includes researcher Dan Miller and cartographer Alex Tait to create a fully interactive map, outlining the fighting that took place in those gruesome three days of battle.