Re: F&I War History

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Posted by Diana S. on July 20, 2000 at 14:44:27:

In Reply to: Re: F&I War History posted by Doc M on July 20, 2000 at 12:55:20:

: : Anyone know of some good non-fiction studies of the French and Indian Wars?

: : Diana

: Funny you should mention it, Diana -- I just came
: across a brand new book called "Crucible of War"
: by Fred Anderson, which is a complete history of
: the F & I War -- some 900 pages of it. I would
: not suggest reading it whilst reclining, as it
: would tend to crush your thorax, but it certainly
: looks authoritative. In light of our many recent
: discussions about stumpy little Mel's movie, there
: is also a new book called "The Day The American
: Revolution Began" by William H. Hallahan. It looks
: good -- the jacket says it's filled with "surprising
: new revelations about Lexington and Concord," i.e.,
: that "the shot heard 'round the world" was not
: fired accidentally, but deliberately in order to
: foment the violence that sparked the war.

: Doc M and Diana

Doc M thanks for posting that. I too have this book, but hadn't had time to look up the author's name and it had slipped my mind. It is BIG, but looks to be a thorough delving into F&I War. Hope to start it soon.!!

Diana S.

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