The Alamo and the Texas War for Independence: Heroes, Myths and HistoryAuthor: Albert A. NofiPublisher: The Perseus Books GroupCategory: History Of The Americas, Modern History To 20th Century: C 1700 To C 1900, Military History, Land Forces & WarfareBook Format: Paperback
Reissued on the 165th anniversary of the War: A strategic examination of one of America's most dramatic battles. In one of very few balanced accounts of Texas's epic struggle for independence from Mexico, Albert Nofi provides a splendid chronicle of the events and personalities of the war. He includes readable and accessible maps of military movements and a strategic and tactical analysis of each battle, addressing the extraordinary number of myths that the Alamo has engendered and exposing the truth about a conflict that has taken on legendary proportions.
About Alber NofiAlbert A. Nofi has a Ph.D. in Military History from the City University of New York and was associate editor for many years of the ground-breaking military journal Strategy and Tactics. He was a founder of wargaming, the conflict simulation system used both by hobbyists and military planners. Dr. Nofi has written numerous books and articles on military history and was a news media military commentator during the Persian Gulf War. He is also the author of The Gettysburg Campaign and The Waterloo Campaign.
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