Wars & History: The Civil War

Wars & History: The Civil War

Improvising with talent, trusting civilians, mobilizing men and the economy quickly and thoroughly, inventing and adding new weapons to arsenals, combining navy and army ... These particular characteristics of American military art emerged from the conflict the deadliest in the United States: American Civil War. This number of Wars & History tells us how and why.

The Civil War is known for the death toll it caused among the blues and grays. What is less known is that the United States learned to wage war on this occasion. And that they still have to this day deep traces, important for the entire planet. For example, this systematic demand for unconditional victory with destruction of the adverse socio-economic system. Dive into a deadly laboratory ...

The Civil War: Birth of the American Way of War. Guerres & Histoire magazine, February 2014. On newsstands and by subscription.


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