Gettysburg: The Story Of The Battle With Maps by David ReischGettysburg: The Story Of The Battle With Maps by David Reisch

Gettysburg: The Story Of The Battle With Maps

byDavid Reisch

Paperback | June 1, 2013

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70 color maps and insightful text tell the hour-by-hour story of the 3-day Battle of GettysburgEach map shows the same 3 1/2-by-4 1/2-mile view of the battlefield, allowing the reader to visualize the battle as it developed over the entire area, including key engagements, troop movements and positions, and locations of commandersSheds new light on important events such as the first clash west of town on July 1, the fighting for Cemetery Hill, the defense of Little Round Top, Pickett's Charge, and moreCrystal-clear maps and narrative make this an ideal introduction for newcomers while the unique approach offers fresh perspectives for those who've read every book on the battlePerfect companion for battlefield visits and armchair-general debates
M. David Detweiler graduated from Yale and has worked as a journalist and editor and published short stories and novels. He was the key editor forGettysburg: The Story of the Battle with Maps. Detweiler is an amateur military history buff, composer, and sometime fly angler. President and CEO of Stackpole Inc. for the past quarter centu...
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Title:Gettysburg: The Story Of The Battle With MapsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.38 inPublished:June 1, 2013Publisher:Stackpole BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0811712184

ISBN - 13:9780811712187

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding! This book is the best study of the battle of Gettysburg that I have come across. It uses a unique format that has one page of written narrative with some small map "clips" embedded in the page while the opposite page has a full (page-size) map of the entire area of battle. Using this same map on every other page one can see how the units maneuver and fight on an almost hourly basis and it shows all the units engaged down to brigade level. The maps are quite clear and this makes it very easy to follow the ebb and flow of this battle over the 3 days in which it was fought. This book can be read by itself or used as a reference when reading one of the other numerous narratives of this famous battle. This book has my highest recommendation and I hope the editors of Stackpole books continue their fine efforts.
Date published: 2013-08-20