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Revolutionary War history

Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by armedcitizen, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. Can anyone recommend a good overall history of the Revolution, along the lines of Battle Cry of Freedom for the Civil War?
  2. VictorLouis


    Mar 2, 2001
    Phoenix, AZ
    However, as a preface to the Revolution in general, read,

    Common Sense by Thomas Paine.

    I got a nice little hard-bound edition printed by Barnes and Noble for their stores. Even with a 15pg. introduction, it's only about 80 pages long. I'm going to re-read now, since there's so much MEAT contained there.;P

    Powerful stuff.;z

  3. unit 900

    unit 900

    Sep 3, 2000
    Baltimore, Md
    If you like mixing fiction with history, the entire series by Kennth Roberts is highly recommended:

    Rabble in Arms
    Northwest Passage
    Captain Caution
    The Lively Lady
    Oliver Wiswell
    Lydia Bailey
  4. DonGlock26


    Jan 18, 2001
    I read a book called "George Washington's War" which was a good overall view of the war.