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Of Savage Fury - The Battle of Richmond, KY

An Epic Battle that Pitted Brother against Brother!

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FOR HONOR, GLORY, AND UNION

FOR HONOR, GLORY, AND UNION

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“This is one book that should be on the shelf of every Civil War buff or scholar as a prime example of the so many promising young lives lost in the war.”—West Virginia History "Shows a Union soldier working to reconcile his southern sympathies with his root allegiance to the Union."—McCormick (SC) Messenger "A remarkable, engaging work of superb scholarship, and an invaluable contribution to the growing body of Civil War literature."—The Midwest Book Review "His observations and commentary are valuable additions to knowledge of the concluding campaigns of the war."—Choice “Carter’s edition of the letters of General William Lytle helps us understand why many partisan Democrats who despised abolitionists and Republicans, supported states’ rights, and respected southerners and the South, decided to fight and, in Lytle’s case, die for what they believed to be their nation.”—Van Hall “Provides a wonderful glimpse into the ferocity of the action in which two contending armies were engaged prior to the battle itself.”-Kent Masterson Brown "A romanticist, given to oratory and ideals of honor and dignity, Lytle's personal beliefs clashed with dominant party lines of the North, and despite all, he remained true to the Union."—Southern Seen "An attractive volume and a useful collection of primary source material from a colorful Union officer."—H-Net Reviews “An admirable examination of one Union officer’s perception of the Civil War and his family responsibility.”—North & South “His letters cast light on the western theater of the Civil War and on military-civilian relationships in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama.”—Filson Club Historical Quarterly “A welcome addition to the field.”—Journal of Illinois History “A useful addition to the literature on those conflicts. . . . An engaging and worthwhile book.”—Civil War History “Readers will enjoy Lytle’s unrestrained and honest remarks on military and personal affairs.”—Civil War Book Review “This fine volume brings together the wartime writings of one of Ohio’s most colorful generals, a warrior who was also a poet of some renown in his day.”—Blue & Gray Magazine “A handsome volume.”—Florida Historical Quarterly

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