Nikel wrote:If you prefer books, here is another one
arsan wrote:(and available at Amazon for less than 30 bucks )
arsan wrote:Hi Carnium!
Well i just said Amazon as its my main english books provider, but i have also bought on alibris or abebooks or even on play.com (free shipping! :thumbsup
I prefer new books, but also buy used if the book is out of print (like the Battles and Leaders of Civil war i posted above. I got each of the four parts from a different place :blink .
I've never bought on eBay still. It seems a (wild) world on their own and kind of scares me
My main point on that line was not the "amazon" part, but "30 bucks" part
TiFlo wrote: For what I remember, the one on the French and Indian War is not so good (use of outdated concepts, interpretations and sources).
TiFlo wrote:Be aware though that Osprey books' quality vary greatly from one another, and while those dealing with units and battles are usualy good enough, the ones on general history may not be up to standards. For what I remember, the one on the French and Indian War is not so good (use of outdated concepts, interpretations and sources).
arsan wrote:In comparison, the American “secondary theatre” (French & Indian war) has lots of very promising general histories.
tc237 wrote:Ah, Google search for
The first hit you get should be a mediafire link.
Download the file, rename to .pdf, you get the entire book
TiFlo wrote:Hence the somewhat over representation of the French and Indian War / War of Independance / ACW in historical works. Only the War of 1812 is lacking extensive work. Go figure
Carnium wrote:It is kinda logical :
FIW -- US Colonials were on the winning side
WoI -- US Colonials were on the winning side
ACW -- only US Colonials fought in it
War of 1812 --- USA... hmm .. did they win this one ?
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