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The Artillery Service in the War of the Rebellion 1861-65
by John C. Tidball
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Written by a distinguished artilleryman of the era, here is a comprehensive overview of the organization, equipping, and manning of the U.S. Army's field artillery service in the Civil War's principal battles.
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Westholme Publishing
9781594161490

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