Tag: j.d. petruzzi

  • New Civil War Book: One Continuous Fight in Paperback

    One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863 Authors: Eric Wittenberg, J.D. Petruzzi, and Mike Nugent TOCWOC’s Take: One Continuous Fight sets out to correct some long held notions about Meade’s performance in the Army of the Potomac’s pursuit of Lee after the Battle […]

  • An Interview With The New Gettysburg Campaign Handbook Collaborators J.D. Petruzzi and Steven Stanley

    A chat with Civil War author J. David Petruzzi and cartographer Steven Stanley about their new book project with Savas Beatie Q: I’m familiar with Savas Beatie’s The New Civil War Handbook and The New American Revolution Handbook, but can you explain the books and their format for those of our readers who are not? […]

  • New Military History Reading Challenge: TOCWOC’s Selections

    Strategist’s Personal Library is hosting a new “Military history reading challenge“.  The idea is for bloggers to choose three military history books to read and link back to the original post over at SPL.  The end result will be a large selection of books on various military history topics for people to read.  I had […]

  • Recent Book Acquisitions: June 2008

    I’ve wanted to reintroduce this type of post ever since I started blogging regularly again. I am currently in the middle of reading Phillip E. Myers’ Caution and Cooperation: The American Civil War in British-American Relations. Myers argues against the previously common supposition that intervention by European powers Britain and France was possible and even […]