Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review
Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War That Changed American History by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger is an historical account of one of the earliest wars the United States fought as a newly independent nation, against the Barbary nations of North Africa. Though lesser known than other wars the US has fought over the years, it was an important conflict that set the stage for the US to earn a reputation as a respected nation that could demonstrate power on foreign lands as well as its homeland....
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I read the actual book by Brian Kilmeade and found it filled with accurate historical fact. The review was missed the real point of the actual book. Key takeaways of Brian Kilmeades's book to me appeared to be missing. Read the real book. It is factual and an exciting book to read.
If they can not follow the history of the book, don't write a review.
Narrator was fine, it was the content that was bad.
I would stick to the point, and the importance the book expresses. One key point I took away from the book was, if we hadn't gone to war with the pirates, we would not have been ready for the war of 1812. By Jefferson going to war, he readied us for the unknown. The British returning to take our country from our new leaders.
If you can't pick out the key points the author is making, DON'T WRITE A REVIEW!
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