Theodore Ayrault Dodge Audio Books

Theodore Ayrault Dodge (1842–1909) was considered by his contemporaries, as well as by many later historians, to be the greatest American military historian of the nineteenth century and an unparalleled biographer of some of history’s greatest generals and commanders. He fought in the Union Army in some of the Civil War’s fiercest and costliest engagements, including the Seven Days Battle, Second Bull Run, and Chancellorsville, until he lost his right leg at Gettysburg. These experiences provided him with insights into the realities of warfare that are sometimes lacking in the work of purely academic or “armchair” military historians.

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Extended Sample Hannibal  by Theodore Ayrault Dodge
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