By James C. Bradford
- Places equivalent weight at the impact of significant wartime campaigns and naval efforts to guard and extend America’s political and financial pursuits in periods of peace
- Includes an array of illustrations and fifty six new maps, seamlessly built-in inside of every one chapter
- Each bankruptcy good points sidebars with biographical sketches of influential leaders and outlines of guns and technological advancements of the era
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