My military history roundup
My survey of new military history books is in this Sunday’s New York Times Book Review.
My survey of new military history books is in this Sunday’s New York Times Book Review. I particularly liked a new book called Thundersticks, a history of firearms and Native Americans in early America: “In Silverman’s sober, sprawling account, America is a nation built on slaves and guns — the slaves often Indians taken captive by other Indians in order to obtain the guns.”
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