Book Review Hit List - August, 2019
Hey crew - I have got a lot of book reviews on deck including for this month;
Ronald D. Kirkwood, “Too Much for Human Endurance”: The George Spangler Farm Hospitals and the Battle of Gettysburg (Savas Beatie, 2019).
James A. Hessler and Britt C. Isenberg, Gettysburg’s Peach Orchard: Longstreet, Sickles, and the Bloody Fight for the “Commanding Ground” along the Emmitsburg Road (Savas Beatie, 2019).
John Wukovits, Dogfight over Tokyo: The Final Air Battle of the Pacific and the Last Four men to Die in World War II (Da Capo, 2019).
Pamela D. Toler, The Everything Guide to Understanding Socialism: The Political, Social, and Economic Concepts behind this Complex Theory (Adams Media, 2011).
Thomas J. Ryan and Richard R. Schaus, “Lee is Trapped and Must be Taken”: Eleven Fateful Days after Gettysburg, July 4-14, 1863 (Savas Beatie, 2019).
As you all probably know, I am now making two versions of my reviews available…both the old-style blog versions and a NEW podcast version, so you can listen during drive time or whenever. If the podcast thing is your bag…then be sure and subscribe to The Rogue Historian on Apple Podcasts or your favorite app so you never ever ever ever miss a show.
Here are a few examples of some recent reviews to whet your appetite:
Civil War Barons by Jeffry Wert
The Million Dollar Man Who Helped Kill a President by Christopher Lyle McIlwain
Death, Disease, and Life at War edited by Christopher Loperfido