Shiloh - In Hell Before Night

Shiloh In Hell Before Night None

  • Title: Shiloh - In Hell Before Night
  • Author: James Lee McDonough
  • ISBN: 9780870491993
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
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      James Lee McDonough is professor of history at Auburn University.

    693 thoughts on “Shiloh - In Hell Before Night”

    1. I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I was prepared for another complex and hard to follow book on this battle and in this case I was wrong. It was straight forward and easy to follow. The maps could have been more detailed but other than that this was a great book on this battle. Maybe not as in depth as Larry Daniel's 'Shiloh' but much easier to read. The author also covers a number of the controversies raised by the handling of this battle by both Federal & Confederate [...]

    2. Very well written book, I read this after visiting the Military Park for the 155th Anniversary of the battle. My brother and I had spent 5 days hiking around Shiloh listening to the historians and rangers lead the tours throughout the actual dates at the actual times, and scattered our off time touring Corinth, Mississippi historical sites that were also influenced by Shiloh.As you can tell we already had a lot of information and immersed ourselves into the history of the area and the battle. Ho [...]

    3. This is a very good book. Though I am a big fan of history I'm not really a wartime history reader. If I was more interested in wartime history I would probably give this book 5 stars. I had heard about the battle at Shiloh in several other books I had read and found it intriguing. This was a major event that greatly affected the outcome of the Civil War. If you are a Civil War enthusiast you have to read this book. I thought it was well written. And unlike the only other wartime book I read, it [...]

    4. Enjoyed reading this book. Unlike other books written in so much detail about different Civil War battles, I didn't get lost and was able to follow what was happening. It was surprising that The Union group was caught so unawares by the Confederate forces. Even today, it's hard to sort out what is rumor, panic, and exaggeration. I supposed a valuable lesson would be not to overtly discount and dismiss information that doesn't agree with my preconceptions and assumptions. It was also interesting [...]

    5. Read like a text book with names, facts and places. However, was not to dull that I could not get through it. The beginning was a little slow. As the battle starts, the book picks up more. I also read it as prework to visiting the battlefield. Which was helpful to bring perspective to a war 150+ years ago. It would also be beneficial to read during or post visit.

    6. A good overview of the battle and the controversies surrounding it. A short quick easy read that doesn't go into that much detail about the actual positions and movements serves well as a beginners guide for the uninitiated.

    7. My great-grandfather, who essentially raised my father, joined the 12th Volunteer Iowa Infantry Regiment (Company K) in November, 1861 as a corporal. By February he had participated in the successful assault on Confederate Fort Donelson. The battle was so fierce for his unit which lost many of its personnel, that he was promoted to 2nd Lt and head of the company. After Fort Donelson Grant moved the troops south to Pittsburgh Landing in Tennessee near a church named "Shiloh" in preparation to att [...]

    8. Three and a half. McDonough's account of the pivotal U.S. Civil War battle at Shiloh is well researched, clearly presented, thoughtful, comprehensive, and interesting. His sources range from soldier's letters and other primary archival documents, to maps, to Civil War anthologies and records. McDonough theorizes about Union and Confederate strategic assets and liabilities, while tempering some of the unrealistic accounts and hyperbole that filtered out from this battle.

    9. A professor of history at Iowa State U. recommended this book. After reading it, I can see why. The book is short for the battle it's covering, 225 pages. It has plenty of maps and is written for normal people and not just Civil War buffs. The author does not plot every regiment unless he thinks it is important. McDonough's analysis of the various situations is also very good. --Calvin H.

    10. Overall, this was a pretty good book. It is succinct but conveys the battle well and I felt it was one of the most balanced historical analyses I've read. The author doesn't side with the Rebs or the Yanks and provides criticism for all sides. I doesn't have much knowledge of the battle to analyze his narrative, but it seems well done.

    11. Great account of the battle. I often felt like I was there. I would highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys Civil War history.

    12. Good overview with fair analysis of the situations and the personalities, but by no means a definitive account.

    13. Well-written, but his analysis is weak. Read Wiley Sword's book on Shiloh instead for a more thoughtful account.

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