• American Civil War

  • Civil War: The History of America's Deadliest War - How Abraham Lincoln Ended Slavery and the Confederate were Defeated
  • By: William D. Willis
  • Narrated by: Craig Patterson
  • Length: 2 hrs and 1 min
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There is no doubt that the Civil War is one of the most interesting conflicts not only in the United States of America, but in the entire world. Few wars had such an impact on a society. The Civil War is a compulsory subject in school and even for the test of American citizenship. Therefore, if you plan on becoming an American citizen, you will have to know every detail about this war. The Civil War unfolded for four consecutive years. Can you imagine the amount of information generated by four years of battle? Insurmountable. Instead of opening 10 browsers and 10s of pages on each of them, you can listen to this book and learn everything about the Civil War. It is not as difficult as it seems, especially when the story draws you gradually in. What will you learn from this book?

The most important facts about the Civil War:

  • How Abraham Lincoln’s presidency put it in motion, including the secession
  • Why the North and the South were different
  • Why it started in the first place
  • The most important battles in the Western and Eastern theaters
  • The innovations that made naval warfare possible and more ruthless than before
  • Numbers like the casualties and the cost of the war
  • How America recovered from this short-circuit
  • What the Civil War meant for the African-American population
  • The reconstruction

All in all, every key moment in the Civil War has been immortalized in here. Pick this up and learn history the fun way. Everything is presented in a succinct and pleasant way, so you won’t get any headaches from trying to understand what you’re studying. Get your copy today!

©2017 William D. Willis (P)2019 William D. Willis
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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