THE WAR WITH MEXICO by Irving Werstein
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THE WAR WITH MEXICO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Werstein has done over a dozen good books on wars or battles for younger readers under a variety of imprints. His consistently excellent treatments leave nothing to be desired and very little to be said. Once again, in The War with Mexico, he has been careful to outline the political circumstances surrounding the war, to provide a reasonable assessment of the performances of the opposing generals and to describe the strategy behind the major encounters of the armies. The continuing reader interest in war and battle histories should win this a voluntary audience beyond the strong regional market in addition to the readership produced by supplementary reading bibliographies.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1965
Publisher: Norton