TWO FLAGS FLYING by Donald J. Sobol
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TWO FLAGS FLYING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Civil War, as seen through fifty of the men and women who served in it, dramatically emerges in this ambitious text. Both the north and south are represented through their heroes--statesmen, soldiers, spies, nurses--and others who were deeply concerned and involved in what was the most emotionally charged conflict in American history. Written in a clear but interesting style, these fifty sketches tell the teen-age reader more about the climate and issues of the time than many a standard history. Recommended both for home and school use.

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1960
Publisher: Platt & Munk