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Failure to Pursue : How the Escape of Defeated Forces Prolonged the Civil War (Paperback) (David Frey)

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Frey presents discusses the final weeks of the U.S. Civil War, focusing on how allowing the escape of defeated Confederate Forces prolonged the war and contributed to the casualties suffered on both sides of the conflict. He has organized the twenty chapters that make up the main bulk of his text in two parts devoted to action in the Western Theater of the war and the Eastern Theater of the war. The author is a retired attorney and former U.S. Marine Corps captain living in Ohio. Annotation ©2017 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (
Number of Pages: 402.0

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