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Posted by: GnBrown Osprey has done a great job of bringing world conflicts and key battles to us for many years. I have enjoyed each series, topics, conflicts and personalities.
The American Civil War is just one of the Series I have enjoyed and would hope Osprey Publishing would consider just a few more titles for the time period:

"Civil War Tactics" (like those done for the Napoleonic wars) and
"Retreat from Petersburg to the Death of Lincoln".

Thanks

Posted on: 27/08/2014 00:11:00

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Posted by: .George Washington
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Joined Date: Friday, 21 June 2013
I'd like to see RAIDS on Morgan and Wilson, a Fortress on Coastal forts, and CAMS on Wilson's Creek, New Mexico, Fort Donelson, Elkhorn Tavern, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chattanooga, the Sioux uprising in Minnesota, Atlanta, Red River/Camden, Cold Harbor, Mobile Bay, and Westport. Maybe even Bleeding Kansas.
Posted on: 27/08/2014 21:42:00
Posted by: .George Washington
Total Posts: 164
Joined Date: Friday, 21 June 2013
Also, Petersburg has been covered, and Appomattox will be next year.
Posted on: 30/08/2014 23:54:00

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