By D. H. Dilbeck
In distinction to fresh scholarship targeted completely at the Civil War's carnage, Dilbeck information how the Union sought either to deal sternly with Confederates and to stick to convinced constraints. The Union's earnest attempt to salary a simply struggle eventually helped provide the Civil battle its certain personality, a mix of substantial destruction and noteworthy restraint.
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A More Civil War: How the Union Waged a Just War (Civil War America) by D. H. Dilbeck