9 edition of Civil War generalship found in the catalog.
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CIVIL WAR GENERALSHIP is a treatise on the nature of military command leadership written for the popular market. To make his case, author W.J.
Wood, an ex-Army war gamer for weapons system analysis, focuses on three battles: Cedar Mountain in August between commanders Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and Nathaniel Banks, Chickamauga in September between /5(9).
Challenge of Command in the Civil War-Generalship, Leadership, and Strategy at Gettysburg, Petersburg, and Beyond: Volume 1: Generals and Generalship focuses on senior military leadership and on the generals who implemented it. Sommer’s 2nd narrative deals with strategy, operations, and organization/5(10).
Civil War Generalship book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this unique examination of Civil War leadership, W. Wood /5. Paddy Griffith was a senior lecturer in war studies at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst for 16 years. He is the author of numerous articles and books on the history of warfare, including Battle Tactics of the Western Front, and The Art of War of Revolutionary France, /5.
A new book on Robert E. Lee’s Civil War generalship argues he was a victim of his own success. By B. Keith Toney. For more than years, from the time of his death in untilConfederate General Robert E.
Lee was universally revered as one of Author: Historynet Staff. Civil War Generalship: The Art of Command - Ebook written by William J. Wood. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Civil War Generalship: The Art of Command.
The War within the Union High Command; Politics and Generalship during the Civil War By Thomas J. Goss. With Union armies poised to launch the final campaigns against the Confederacy inthree of its five commanders were “political generals”—appointed officers with little or no military training.
Civil War Generalship: The Art of Command (Age Studies) by Wood, W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Book Review: “Grant Under Fire: An Exposé of Generalship & Character in the American Civil War” Posted on January 9, by Ryan Quint Ulysses S.
Grant’s service during the Civil War has, for obvious reasons, provided plenty of historiographical fodder to generation after generation of historians. This is the first study of Civil War command since Douglas Southall Freeman's Lee's Lieutenants () that has focused solely and directly with the problems and methods of operational command; in so doing, the author has dealt with the tactical and strategical problems that threatened to overwhelm untried Civil War generals at the very onset Price: $ The Paperback of the Civil War Generalship: The Art Of Command by W.
Wood at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Pages: In the s he collaborated with B. Liddell Hart in developing new ideas for the mechanization of armies. Ironically, their recommendations were more readily adopted in Germany than in Britain, France, or the U.S.
Grant and Lee, A Study in Personality and Generalship, is a relatively short book, around by: Now that I’ve gotten past it, I’m taking some time to remind myself why I love the Civil War and catching up on some of the books that have been released in the past year or so. Last night I finished Steven R.
Stotelmyer’s “Too Useful to Sacrifice: Reconsidering George B. McClellan’s Generalship in the Maryland Campaign from South. Challenges of Command in the Civil War: Generalship, Leadership, and Strategy at Gettysburg, Petersburg, and Beyond by Richard J.
Sommers. Savas Beatie, Cloth. The Generalship of Ulysses S. Grant by J. Fuller Originally Published: London: J. Murray, Da Capo Press, Spring Street, New York, N.
Y., pp. +, incl. Appendices & Index ISBN: Stonewall Jackson by G. Henderson Originally Published as Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War, August All in all, Challenges of Command in the Civil War: Generalship, Leadership, and Strategy at Gettysburg, Petersburg, and Beyond: Volume 1: Generals and Generalship is a group of very good essays, which, if read on their own, provide definite value to Civil War readers, especially those new to the Siege of Petersburg.
This book serves as a great. Get this from a library. Civil War generalship: the art of command. [W J Wood] -- This is the first study of Civil War command since Douglas Southall Freeman's Lee's Lieutenants () that has focused solely and directly with the problems and methods of operational command; in so.
Read this book on Questia. This study challenges both the accepted convention that the American Civil War was the first "modern war" and the myth that Civil War leaders were guided by foreign and American military thought in fighting their war. Quibbles aside, Shades of Blue and Gray is a thoughtful, informative, and sometimes provocative book that incorporates much recent scholarship and successfully fits the Civil War into the larger context of military developments in the early industrial era.
The Sandwiched War The American Civil War in Western History Pre-Civil War American Military Thought "Lessons" from Napoleonic Warfare Defining an Art of Command Cedar Mountain: Meeting Engagement Stonewall Jackson Plans and Conducts His Campaign Nathaniel Banks and the Advance to Cedar Mountain The Battle of Cedar Mountain What Happened at.
John Keegan is our generation’s foremost military historian. one turns to his first book-length study of the Civil War. Robert E.
Lee’s “greatest gifts Author: James M. Mcpherson.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Civil War Generalship: The Art of Command by W.
J. Wood (, Paperback) at the best online prices at /5(2).The subsequent volume will explore “Civil War Strategy, Operations, and Organization.” Each chapter is a free-standing essay that can be appreciated in its own right without reading the entire book.
Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee stand out in Volume I as Dr. Sommers analyzes their generalship throughout the Civil Rating: % positive.