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Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War

Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War
Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War

Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War   Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War

BEDFORD FORREST AND HIS CRITTER COMPANY BY ANDREW NELSON LYTLE FIRST EDITION FINE CONDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION DUST JACKET PROTECTED IN A CLEAR, BRODART COVER Original, Clean, Solidly Bound, Antique Book Frontispiece of General Forrest; Contains Illustrations and Maps Throughout Long Considered a Classic on General Forrest HANDSOMELY PUBLISHED BY MINTON, BALCH AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, IN 1931 In terms of his impact on modern warfare, no general of the Civil War had more than Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest. Not Grant, not Lee, not Longstreet or Sherman. General Forrest was a brilliant commander who never had enough men under his command to turn the war in the South's favor. Still, he was a hero to the people of the Tennessee River Valley where he won most of his victories, with good reason.

When the Union troops overran these areas and placed them under military rule, Forrest made sure they treated the citizens decently. Once he even saved a group of innocent men from a flaming death at the hands of vengeful Union soldiers whom he was defeating in battle. The author provides endless first-hand accounts of the exploits of Forrest to show the reader who Forrest was, a complex and highly successful man and Confederate leader. Forrest was an extraordinary individual who had more impact on the 20th century than any other Civil War general.

Andrew Lytle was the dean of Southern writers, and in this work -- one of his earliest -- he not only brought to life America's greatest military figure, but an age and a people as well. It was Lytle's aim to make the times of Nathan Bedford Forrest come alive for the reader and he truly does this. He devoted himself to intensive research of the Tennessee where Forrest was born and the Mississippi where he lived.

In reading this book we not only learn about the marvelous -- indeed, often incredible -- feats of a military genius, but we learn at the same time about the people, the places, the morals, the values, and the way of life of a people long gone now. THIS BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION This original, first edition, antique book is in excellent condition. The is the rare Minton, Balch and Company printing - the original first edition. The book comes in the original dust jacket (uncommon) that is protected in a clear, Brodart cover.

The finest copy of this book I have seen. Bound in handsome black, cloth covers with a distinctive pasteboards on the cover and spine featuring the image of General Forrest, this book is sharp, bright and clean; it has solid binding throughout. The exterior has no bumping, rubbing or discernible edge wear. The exterior pasteboards are in excellent condition. The interior is clean and the pages are in excellent condition.

The book has no writing, smudging, foxing, stamps, pasteboards or other markings. The book is not an ex-library book.

The book contains a frontispiece illustration of General Forrest; the book contains other illustrations and battle maps. The binding is solid throughout the book; it has no looseness or lean an both hinges are fine.

The dust jacket is clean and bright with light rubbing. The book contains 9 pages of introductory material and 402 pages. An exceptionally nice, first edition, antique Civil War classic on General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his Critter Company. BEDFORD FORREST AND HIS CRITTER COMPANY. FIRST EDITION FINE CONDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION DUST JACKET PROTECTED IN A CLEAR, BRODART COVER. Original, Clean, Solidly Bound, Antique Book Frontispiece of General Forrest; Contains Illustrations and Maps Throughout Long Considered a Classic on General Forrest. HANDSOMELY PUBLISHED BY MINTON, BALCH AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, IN 1931. In terms of his impact on modern warfare, no general of the Civil War had more than Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest.

THIS BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION. This original, first edition, antique book is in excellent condition. Be sure to add me to your. Get images that make Supersized seem small. The item "NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST AND HIS CRITTER COMPANY 1931 FIRST EDITION CIVIL WAR" is in sale since Sunday, June 13, 2021.

This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "books_of_valor" and is located in Burke, Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Author: Andrew Nelson Lytle
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Language: English
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Publisher: Minton, Balch & Company
  • Special Attributes: Dust Jacket
  • Subject: Military & War
  • Topic: Civil War (1861-65)
  • Year Printed: 1931


Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War   Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Critter Company 1931 First Edition CIVIL War