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Author Davis, Kenneth C., author.

Title The hidden history of America at war : untold tales from Yorktown to Fallujah / Kenneth C. Davis.

Edition First edition.
Publication Info. New York : Hachette Books, 2015.
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 Naper Blvd. Adult Nonfiction  355.02 DAV    AVAILABLE
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Description 406 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-372) and index.
Contents Washington's men : Yorktown, Virginia : October 1781 -- The battle of the old men and the young boys : Petersburg, Virginia : June 1864 -- The water cure : Balangiga, Philippines : September 1901 -- Berlin stories : Berlin, Germany : April 1945 -- The "living-room war" : Hué, South Vietnam : February 1968 -- The bridge over the River Euphrates : Fallujah, Iraq : March 2004 -- Afterword.
Summary The author of the best-selling Don't Know Much About® series provides a gripping exploration into the hidden history of America at war from the Revolution to the conflict in Iraq through six emblematic battles and reveals untold tales that span our nation's history.
Subject United States -- History, Military.
Battles -- History.
Soldiers -- History.
Civilians in war -- History.
Civil-military relations -- History.
War and society -- History.
Social change -- History.
United States -- Social conditions.
United States -- Military policy.
ISBN 9781401324100 (hardcover)
140132410X (hardcover)
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