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The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts
January 1, 2005 by Barnes & Noble .
Written in English
|Contributions||Raymond Houlihan (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||249|
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Out of 5 stars The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts. Reviewed in the United States on April 6, Verified Purchase. What a great and interesting book. I was knowledgeable about the book before The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts book purchased it and wanted a copy of my own.
It is humorous, enlightening and informative. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and have already passed /5(46). Despite the title, these strange and fascinating facts may interest Civil War buffs, and not many others.
Davis, the author of several history books, takes the little stories and factoids he has collected in research and put them all here in small episodes/5. This book was a welcome The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts book when I The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts book pulling together source material for my book, Everyday Life During the Civil War.
As Burke Davis says, it is a serious book, and contains a wealth of information not easily gleaned from other sources; it is unfortunate that the words "strange" and "fascinating" seem to have given some the wrong impression of this work.5/5(5).
out of 5 stars The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts. Reviewed in the United States on April 6, Verified Purchase. What a great and interesting book. The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts book I was knowledgeable about the book before I purchased it and wanted a copy of my own.
It is humorous, enlightening and informative. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and have already passed /5(47). Get this from a library. The Civil War: strange & fascinating facts. [Burke Davis] -- Wonderfully entertaining look at some intriguing oddities, unusual incidents, and colorful personalities connected with the Civil War.
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Even if 5/5(3). The Civil War: Strange and Fascinating Facts is a treasure trove of information about the deadliest war in American history. Each chapter develops a topic such as weapons, music, the Union blockade, spies, Confederate money and symbols, riots on the home front, submarines, naval warfare, atrocities, folklore, battle casualties, and many other 5/5(1).
The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts, by Burke Davis This book mostly lives up to its name. The anecdotes and comments in this book are certainly strange and fascinating, although they are not necessarily facts. The author passes along some old canards about the rebels looking for shoes in Gettysburg, for example , and.
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If you like numbers and names this is the book for you. It isn't the easiest book to navigate but if you're willing to just sit and read facts and figures you'll love this book.5/5(2).
Originally published: Our incredible Civil War. 1st ed. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Bibliography: p. Includes index Wonderfully entertaining look at some intriguing oddities, unusual incidents, and colorful personalities connected with the Civil : There are many strange and interesting facts and bits of trivia which came out of the American Civil War.
This is not an exhaustive list, rather, it is a work in progress. Please feel free to add your own facts in the comment ng that you think might make a good addition to this list of strange and interesting facts about the Civil War would be very welcome.
“The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts,” by Burke Davis, Wing Books, Avenel, NJ, edition. This page hardback is a collection of 38, two to nine page articles on details of the Civil War.
Some of the best describe the adoption of the Gatling Gun, the Hunley submarine, and the Gettyburg Address. The Civil War Book of List, complied by the editors of Combined Books, The Civil War, Strange & Fascinating Facts, by Burke Davis, author of Gray Fox, Four of Lincoln's own brothers-in-law fought on the Confederate side, and one was killed.
The little town of Winchester, Virginia changed hands 72 times during the war. Includes 25 names the war was known by, the machine gun, personal quirks of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and more. Originally published in as as Our Incredible Civil War. Download The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts.
Recommended Reading: The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts (Hardcover). Description: After a lifetime of reading, Burke Davis put together a book of amazing and interesting pieces of information that don't usually show up in the historical accounts of the Civil War. The Civil War: Strange and Fascinating Facts by Burke Davis.
Random House Value Publishing, Hardcover. As New. Disclaimer:An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind.
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Bumping at spine crown. Foxing at top edge of text Rating: % positive. 7 Strange Facts Concerning The Civil War. Tens of thousands of books have been written about the American Civil War.
The book that I recently read was not a penetrating analysis of a battle or biography of a soldier. Rather it was a book containing some unusual stories about the Civil War. In the book, The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts, author Burke Davis states that the White House itself was an example of the divisions in the ent Abraham Lincoln’s brothers-in-law wore Confederate uniforms.
One was even charged with brutality to Union prisoners in Richmond Virginia. T he Civil War: Strange and Fascinating Facts is an entrancing book; a must for the Civil War buff. While the horror of war lingers on every page, some of the tales told make it a very human story.
Details like the dedicated women who fought in man's guise or the use of the first torpedo, make this is a book worth reading - if for nothing else. Civil War facts show that the first battle of the great American war is difficult to determine and remains a debate among historians to this very day.
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Lieut. Guinn, the following named persons we remember as a part of those present, Capt. American Civil War. Book Title: The Civil War: Strange and Fascinating Facts also published as Our Incredible Civil War 2.
Author: Burke Davis 3. Publisher and Date: Wings Books, 4. Curriculum Developer: Scott Schaley 5. Summary: This book is a collection of short stories from or about the American Civil War.
Each story has its own chapter and some strange and. More than three million men fought in the Civil War aboutfor the Confederacy and million for the Union. More thanpeople, or two percent of the population, died in the Civil War. Approximately 6, battles, skirmishes, and engagements were fought during the Civil War.
Odd Facts About the Civil War Era. Sage Stossel. February 5, Link Copied. From facial-hair crazes to Lincoln's naughty sense of humor, a collection of surprising historical tidbitsAuthor: Sage Stossel.
Title: The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts Author Name: Burke Davis Categories: Civil War, Publisher: Wings: December ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Used - Good Seller ID: The facts in this book really are strange and fascinating. If you like numbers and names this is the book for you.
It isn't the easiest book to navigate but if you're willing to just sit and read facts and figures you'll love this book/5(3).
Facts. Of the males born in Soviet inonly 20% percent survived the war Lesley McNair. High-ranking officers were occasionally killed with their men. The highest ranking casualty was the American Lieutenant General Lesley McNair, killed in friendly fire from the US Army Air Corps.