Craig S. Chapman
Craig S. Chapman draws on his experience as an infantry officer and his skill as a researcher to narrate past military actions in a way that sheds new light on the challenges, triumphs, and miscalculations of armed conflicts, never losing sight of the human experience of war. He has followed up his highly regarded Civil War history, More Terrible Than Victory, with a deeply personal account of his father's combat journey in World War II. Chapman pulls together the details from source documents to relate military actions at the ground level and give the reader an honest and critical appraisal of how battles are won and lost.
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