US Army Campaigns of the Mexican War 1846-1848: by Stephen A. Carney PDF

By Stephen A. Carney

The Mexican-American warfare, from 1846-1848, is at the present time principally forgotten. however the Mexican warfare used to be very important, either since it unfolded many of the American West to settlers, and as the conflict was once a coaching flooring for many of the officials who could pass directly to struggle for each side within the Civil struggle in 1861. This ebook is an anthology of a chain of pamphlets released via the U.S. Army's middle of army heritage, amassed the following in a single quantity, which offers the legitimate Pentagon background of the Mexican-American warfare. Illustrated.

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