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by Laura N. Rickarby
Author: Laura N. Rickarby
Publisher: Silver Burdett Pr (April 1, 1991)
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Ulysses S. Grant was the most acclaimed Union general during the American Civil War and was twice elected President. Grant began his military career as a cadet at the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1839
Ulysses S. Grant began his military career as a cadet at the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1839. After graduation he went on to serve with distinction as a lieutenant in the Mexican–American War. Grant was a keen observer of the war and learned battle strategies serving under Generals Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott
During the Civil War, Grant, an aggressive and determined leader, was given .
During the Civil War, Grant, an aggressive and determined leader, was given command of all the . After the war he became a national hero, and the Republicans nominated him for president in 1868. Grant’s first major victory came in February 1862, when his troops captured Fort Donelson in Tennessee. Ulysses Grant entered the White House in the middle of the Reconstruction era, a tumultuous period in which the 11 Southern states that seceded before or at the start of the Civil War were brought back into the Union. As president, Grant tried to foster a peaceful reconciliation between the North and South.
Ulysses S. Grant and the Strategy of Victory by Laura Ann Rickarby. Introductory essay by Henry Steele Commager. Silver Burdett Press. Grant began his military service in 1839 when he entered the . Upon graduation in 1843, he was assigned to an infantry regiment that was destined for duty in the Mexican War. Grant participated in most of the major Mexican War campaigns and after the War would continue on active duty until 1854. His understanding of national strategy and the operational level of war was the focus of the paper.
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History of the Civil War Series. A biography of war hero and President Ulysses S. Grant show more. Format Hardback 125 pages
History of the Civil War Series. By (author) Laura Rickeby, By (author) Laura Ann Rickarby, By (author) Laura Rickerby. Format Hardback 125 pages. Dimensions 18. 8 x 25. 4 x 1. 4mm 54. 1g. Publication date 01 May 1991. Publisher STAN CLARK MILITARY BOOKS.
Johnson also demonstrates convincingly that Grant’s keen understanding of. .
Johnson also demonstrates convincingly that Grant’s keen understanding of Lee’s character and habits, in contrast to Lee’s ignorance of Grant’s war aims and modus operandi, is the key to understanding the Union’s final victory. Battle of Wills is therefore essential reading for anyone who wishes to fully comprehend the road to Appomattox. Grant’s strategy to win the war was purely one of offense . Grant’s strategy to win the war was purely one of offense, according to the book Memorial Life of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant: So far as the strategy of the Lieutenant-General is to be described, it consisted a good deal in fighting the enemy, while localities like Richmond, Charleston, etc. were in themselves but minor considerations. Atlas of the Civil War: A Comprehensive Guide to the Tactics and Terrain of The Civil War. Washington . National Geographic Society, 2009. The Grand Design: Strategy and the . This really helped me with a history project on the Civil War. Thank You! Reply .
Ulysses Simpson Grant was victorious war leader in the American civil war and later served for two terms as the .
Ulysses Simpson Grant was victorious war leader in the American civil war and later served for two terms as the President of the United States of America.