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An Illustrated Guide to Civil War General Officers

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by: T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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Publication Date: January 27, 2018
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 46
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642546545
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Book Synopsis
The American Civil War was a major event in American history. Thousands upon thousands of men (mostly young) died on both sides of the conflict.

This is a brief, photographic journey, highlighting the commanders of the North & South. Some general officers (generals) died on the battlefield leading their men, gallantly, or, later, because of their wounds.

Like the thousands of young men they commanded, many generals were caught up in a whirlwind of death & destruction. Their blood was shed just as easily as young privates & corporals caught up in battle.
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About The Author
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T.R. Lazorishak (Luh-zor-shak), a Ukrainian-Slovak-American, grew up in football-crazy Mercer County, Pennsylvania. His Dad, Ted (now almost 90), was a head high school football coach & teacher there; in the early 1950s, his Dad, a U.S. Army veteran, graduated from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA, the site of the famous 1863 Civil War battle. After graduating high school in western Pennsylvania, T.R. enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He served four years, guarding vital military aircraft in Germany & in northern California during the tense Cold War of the 1980s. While stationed in western Europe, on temporary duty, he helped guard the U.S. Embassy in little Luxembourg. T.R. achieved the rank of
E-5 Staff Sergeant & was honorably discharged in the early 1980s. Single, he now lives & works in scenic Colorado, far from the rolling, green hills of his youth in the old Keystone State. Other historical booklets by the author can be found on The Book Patch website (www.thebookpatch.com).
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