|The Sniper at War |
From the American Revolutionary War to the Present Day.
Haskew. This heavily illustrated book examines the impact and role of the sniper from the Revolutionary War to the present day. You'll learn how the art of sniping has become more specialized with dedicated training courses and equipment, read profiles of famous snipers from history, and more. 192 pages, B&W and color photographs and illustrations, 7¾"x 9¾", hardcover.
|History of Andersonville Prison |
Futch. Examining Andersonville prison, where 13,000 Union prisoners of war died in the mere 14 months of its existence, this newly revised edition examines government documents from both sides of the conflict along with firsthand accounts from prisoners, guards, and officers to determine the conditions that prevailed at Andersonville, how they were dealt with, and who was responsible. 176 pages, 6"x 9", softcover.
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