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Memoirs of W.T. Sherman by himself.
by [Civil War Memoir] Sherman, W.T.

Publisher Information:
D. Appleton and Company, New York: 1875.

A Very Good plus set in blue cloth binding with gilt stamping to the front cover and the spine. Two volumes complete, with the fold out map present. Hailed as a prophet of modern war and condemned as a harbinger of modern barbarism, Sherman is the most controversial general of the Civil War. "War is cruelty, you cannot refine it," he wrote in fury to the Confederate mayor of Atlanta, and his memoir is filled with dozens of such wartime exchanges and a fascinating, eerie account of the famous march through the Carolinas.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26017

Price: $600.00

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