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The Story of the Confederate States: Or, History of the War for Southern Independence Author Joseph T Derry Briefly Covers The History Of The United States From The English Colonization Of North America To The Secession Crises Of He Then Gives A Year By Year Description Of The Civil War From A Southern Perspective, With A Concluding Chapter Which Briefly Outlines The Reconstruction Era


10 thoughts on “The Story of the Confederate States: Or, History of the War for Southern Independence

  1. says:

    Dry But, does point out facts and figures of every battle Johnny Reb seemed to winbattles and killBilly Yanks overall, but lost the key battles


  2. says:

    A good, brief overview of the Civil War, withdetail than Tragic Glory, it also corrects the pro Union bias frequently found in modern studies of the war.On the other hand, I have a few small criticisms of the book There are no maps in the entire book and it mostly concentrates on the Eastern and Western theaters, with almost no mention of the Transmississippi Also, some of Mr Derry s conclusions about certain battles seem a little biased towards the Confederates For example, for the Ba A good, brief overview of the Civil War, withdetail than Tragic Glory, it also corrects the pro Union bias frequently found in modern studies of the war.On the other hand, I have a few small criticisms of the book There are no maps in the entire book and it mostly concentrates on the Eastern and Western theaters, with almost no mention of the Transmississippi Also, some of Mr Derry s conclusions about certain battles seem a little biased towards the Confederates For example, for the Battle of Sharpsburg Antietam, he wrote that so magnificent was the fighting of the Southern troops against great odds, that McClellan was repulsedThe author neglected to mention that the Union attacks were made piecemeal, giving the Confederates time to shift troops to the threatened points, and that McClellan didn t attack with his entire army, leaving a large part of his army in reserve