As Labor Day weekend approaches, marking the unofficial end of summer, I wish everyone a safe and happy weekend.
Here is a link that was just brought to my attention and I thought it looked interesting enough to deserve a quick mention.
In the Civil War and Gettysburg sections, I see a few I have read, and several more I have read good things about. I do see that Gettysburg - The Second Day by Harry Pfanz, an unfortunate error, but maybe that is just twice as much reason to consider reading it.
I honestly don't know enough to attempt any comments on the non-Civil War suggestions on this list, but for anyone interested in reading books on war, perhaps this list can provide some good suggestions on where to start.
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