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3461Landscape Turned Wrong? was: Question

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  • Stephen Recker
    May 27, 2007
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      As far a as a general 'who-shot-who', I would recommend Sears'
      "Landscape Turned Red" for a first-timer. James Murphin's "Gleam of
      Bayonets" pre-dates Sears and is thought by some to be more
      historically accurate, but Sears is a better read IMHO. Sears also
      covers more of the battle than Murfin. But certainly read Murfin next.

      That said, I've been thinking about raising this question for a while.
      Some have said that they feel Sears gets some things wrong in his book.
      Would anyone care to share where they think he went wrong? Thanks.


      On Sunday, May 27, 2007, at 03:38 PM, James W. Durney wrote:

      > What is the "best book" on this battle?
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