The American Civil War in British Culture: Representations and Responses, 1870 to the Present

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Imprinted onto the political discourse, military thought, intellectual life and popular culture, no other foreign conflict left such a deep, lasting mark on British culture as did the American Civil War. Britain's leading politicians, strategists, and thinkers have kept turning to the American conflict from the 1870s to the present, as has the British public more broadly. Drawing on political records, military writings, academic studies, films and interviews, as well as on a wide array of previously unpublished material, ...

The American Civil War in British Culture: Representations and Responses, 1870 to the Present 2015, Palgrave MacMillan, London

ISBN-13: 9781137489258

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