5 thoughts on “Spies and Spymasters of the Civil War

  1. There was some irony in the fact that I moved to Gettysburg given that a) I am not a history buff by any means, b) to the extent that I do enjoy history it is definitely not military history and c) even if I am going to learn military history, I had especially little interest in the Civil War. So for seven years I have lived here and at times actively avoided the exciting (and to some people fascinating) history of the battle of Gettysburg. I havent even read Killer Angels, despite the fact that

  2. This is an excellent reference book. I learned a lot from it and it heavily inspired my interest in Civil War espionage artists. I need to get it from the library so I can reread it.

  3. Interesting read. I would like it better if there were fewer paragraphs ending in exclamation points. Almost invariably the exclaimed sentences state an obvious point or simply repeat a point made earlier in the paragraph-just in case I didn’t catch the point the first time he wrote it, I guess.

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