A different prospective of the importance of the Battle of Gettysburg from a political standpoint rather than a military standpoint. A short review that ends with the reading of the Gettysburg Address will inspire all true Americans outlook on this world's greatest country.
As good a book as I have ever read under the category of biography.
Recognizing that the Japanese were similiar to the Germans in treatment of human beings and the value of human life.
Did not want the book to end!
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