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Turner, 1994-06-15. Hardcover. Used:Good. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Turner, 1994-06-15, Paperback. New. Paperback. 376 pages. The 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Award Winner in the Action-Adventure Fiction Category. Tiger Woman depicts a brief period of unconventional warfare that tests the boundaries of humanity in a haunting tale of unremitting evil no ordinary soldier ever trains to face. Captain Christen, a dedicated intelligence officer with the 25th Infantry Division, directs an all-out hunt for a roguish female who leads a small guerrilla force with chilling efficiency as she employs depraved acts of psychological warfare to instill terror in those she opposes. This historical fictionprovides graphic detail of the bitter struggle between the hunter by day who becomes the hunted by night as the pendulum of power swings to and fro with the rising and setting sun. Tiger Woman infuses great passion into a previously undisclosed segment of the Vietnam conflict in a manner never before portrayed by bringing into sharp focus the female soldiers who supported the communist cause so efficiently. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Da Capo Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 224 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.1in. x 0.4in.In a few short months in the Shenandoah Valley, Stonewall Jackson rewrote military history. Accompanied by George Pattons great-uncle and a staff of able subordinates, the Bible-quoting general used his own unique view of past military doctrine to defeat a series of converging enemy armies. American military strategy has never been the same since. Jacksons aggressive personality enabled him to constantly maintain the initiative. While cloaking his own operations in tight security, he was often able to discern the aims of his opponent. Frequently outnumbered, he managed to keep enemy units separated, and to defeat them in detail. Jackson was able to co-ordinate infantry, cavalry, and artillery operations, and was particularly successful in turning the normally slow-moving infantry into an effective mobile strike force. Jacksons Valley Campaign is supplemented by sidebars on famous units, weapons, incidents, and in-depth personality profiles of Jackson and his opponents. Complete orders of battle and special maps that clearly illustrate Jacksons operational doctrine are enhanced by unique charts that show the distances and rates of march of Jacksons foot cavalry between all major points in the Shenandoah Valley. In the long-awaited revision of his out-of-print classic, the author describes Jacksons war of maneuver and the tactical ideas it represented, without losing sight of the individuals and units on both sides who tested military theory with their lives. John C. Frmont, Napoleon Banks, Turner Ashby, Belle Boyd, the Louisiana Tigers, Blenkers German Division, and the Stonewall Brigade all live again in this colorful but thoughtfully written account. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Da Capo Press

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In a few short months in the Shenandoah Valley, Stonewall Jackson rewrote military history. Accompanied by George Patton''s great-uncle and a staff of able subordinates, the Bible-quoting general used his own unique view of past military doctrine to defeat a series of converging enemy armies. American military strategy has never been the same since. Jackson''s aggressive personality enabled him to constantly maintain the initiative. While cloaking his own operations in tight security, he was often able to discern the aims of his opponent. Frequently outnumbered, he managed to keep enemy units separated, and to defeat them in detail. Jackson was able to co-ordinate infantry, cavalry, and artillery operations, and was particularly successful in turning the normally slow-moving infantry into an effective mobile strike force.Jackson''s Valley Campaign is supplemented by sidebars on famous units, weapons, incidents, and in-depth personality profiles of Jackson and his opponents. Complete orders of battle and special maps that clearly illustrate Jackson''s operational doctrine are enhanced by unique charts that show the distances and rates of march of Jackson''s foot cavalry between all major points in the Shenandoah Valley.In the long-awaited revision of his out-of-print classic, the author describes Jackson''s war of maneuver and the tactical ideas it represented, without losing sight of the individuals and units on both sides who tested military theory with their lives. John C. Frémont, Napoleon Banks, Turner Ashby, Belle Boyd, the Louisiana Tigers, Blenker''s German Division, and the Stonewall Brigade all live again in this colorful but thoughtfully written account. David G. Martin, Books, History, Jackson's Valley Campaign: November 1861- June 1862 Books>History, Da Capo Books

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In a few short months in the Shenandoah Valley, Stonewall Jackson rewrote military history. Accompanied by George Patton's great-uncle and a staff of able subordinates, the Bible-quoting general used his own unique view of past military doctrine to defeat a series of converging enemy armies. American military strategy has never been the same since. Jackson's aggressive personality enabled him to constantly maintain the initiative. While cloaking his own operations in tight security, he was often able to discern the aims of his opponent. Frequently outnumbered, he managed to keep enemy units separated, and to defeat them in detail. Jackson was able to co-ordinate infantry, cavalry, and artillery operations, and was particularly successful in turning the normally slow-moving infantry into an effective mobile strike force.Jackson's Valley Campaign is supplemented by sidebars on famous units, weapons, incidents, and in-depth personality profiles of Jackson and his opponents. Complete orders of battle and special maps that clearly illustrate Jackson's operational doctrine are enhanced by unique charts that show the distances and rates of march of Jackson's "foot cavalry" between all major points in the Shenandoah Valley.In the long-awaited revision of his out-of-print classic, the author describes Jackson's war of maneuver and the tactical ideas it represented, without losing sight of the individuals and units on both sides who tested military theory with their lives. John C. Fremont, "Napoleon" Banks, Turner Ashby, Belle Boyd, the Louisiana Tigers, Blenker's German Division, and the Stonewall Brigade all live again in this colorful but thoughtfully written account. Jackson's Valley Campaign: November 1861- June 1862 Martin, David G., Da Capo Press

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Jackson's Valley Campaign: November 1861- June 1862
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Martin, David G.

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Confederate General Stonewall Jackson defeated three distinct armies during ten weeks in 1862--changing the course of the Civil War.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780306812576
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0306812576
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
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Gewicht: 0,313 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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