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The Times review of McClellan

his military career reviewed and exposed.

by William Swinton

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Published by The N.Y. Times in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns

    • Edition Notes

      Published the same year, without change of subject matter, under title: McClellan"s military career reviewed and exposed.

      SeriesPamphlets: 1860-1866., No. 17
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE467.1.M2 S94
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6914847M
      LC Control Number02008577
      OCLC/WorldCa9160218

        On Aug. 3, , Gen. George B. McClellan received orders to begin withdrawing the Army of the Potomac from its position in front of Richmond, Va. The new Union general in chief, Henry Halleck, had given McClellan a choice: to renew his offensive against Richmond or . Brian McClellan is an American author of epic fantasy novels. He is the author of the Powder Mage Trilogy. Brian studied writing under bestselling fantasy authors Brandon Sanderson and Orson Scott Card and was an honourable mention in the Writers of the Future Contest. Brian enjoys playing video games and reads both epic novels and history books.

      The book presents the theory that McClellan's former employer, Edward A. Clark, and President Johnson conspired to have President Kennedy assassinated. [4] According to L. D. Meagher's review for CNN: "[McClellan] fabricates scenarios he never witnessed and invents conversations he was not party to in order to weave his yarn. George Brinton McClellan, –85, Union general in the American Civil War, b. Philadelphia. After graduating () from West Point, he served with distinction in the Mexican War and later worked on various engineering projects, notably on the survey (–54) for a Northern Pacific RR route across the Cascade Range.

      What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception by Scott McClellan is the second book that we are reviewing in an informal exploration of the Bush Presidency and contemporary history. As opposed to the previous review of Frum’s account of the White House, which was pro-Bush, McClellan’s account is, at times, highly critical. For the White House, there has to be some consolation in the fact that Scott McClellan is as unpersuasive a spokesman for the views in his new book as he was for the Bush administration. In the.


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The Times review of McClellan by William Swinton Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The source of the mystery occupies the bulk of Styple’s book, whose title is actually a play on George B. McClellan’s memoirs, McClellan’s Own Story. Lacking any military training, Key nevertheless became a part of McClellan’s military family, in fact one of his confidants. The "Times" review of McClellan.

Alternate Title(s): McClellan's military career reviewed and exposed Swinton, William, Publication: New York: N.Y. times, Language(s): English Format: Text Subject(s): Military Personnel United States McClellan, George B.

(George Brinton), Book (PDF) OCR (Text) Metadata (Dublin. Library Journal (starred review) "Fans of McClellan's Powder Mage trilogy will be happy to return to this fascinating fantasy world, where magic and technology come together in the midst of complicated relationships and unsure alliances [A] compelling read."— RT Book Reviews "Furious, visceral, and relentlessly thrilling action Brand: Orbit.

Very few folks were as certain of their destinies as George B. McClellan and very few were ever proven more wrong. He had one royal high opinion of himself and The Times review of McClellan book good to say of others. Especially the president he served Abraham Lincoln. McClellan was born in to a prominent Philadelphia family.4/5.

In fact, bloggers did see Mr. McClellan’s book coming once before. Last year, an excerpt released by his publisher, Public Affairs, was wrongly interpreted as directly tying President Bush to the C.I.A.

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Brian McClellan is the real thing."— New York Times bestseller Brent Weeks on Promise of Blood. From the Publisher. Conclusion to McClellan's Gods of Blood and Powder fantasy trilogy (Wrath of Empire,etc.), in which politicking Brand: Orbit. Before diving into the pile of blog reactions to former Press Secretary Scott McClellan’s memoir, a word of advice from one of them, Ed Morrissey of Hot Air.

Expect all sides to redefine McClellan in order to either boost or reduce his credibility. To the Right, McClellan will have been the worst press secretary of modern times, and to the Left a man of extraordinary ability chased out of. Although John B. Magruder does get some long overdue credit in this book for his theatrical tactics that kept McClellan frozen in place several times on the peninsula.

Hopefully someday, someone will do a good biography on also deals with the General's relationship with the Lincoln Administration and he does so in an excellent 4/5(16). Review “Brian McClellan is an explosive powder keg of imagination with an expertly-plotted fuse.

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Civil War Times Magazine. CWT Book Review: Unfurl Those Colors. Unfurl Those Colors. McClellan, Sumner, & the Second Army Corps in the Antietam Campaign by Marion V.

Armstrong Jr., University of Alabama Press,pages, $ THE BLOODIEST OF WARS Date: FebruSunday, Late City Final Edition Section 7; Page 1, Column 3; Book Review Desk Byline: By HUGH BROGAN; Hugh Brogan is the author of ''The Longman History of the United States of America.'' Lead: LEAD: BATTLE CRY.

What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception is an auto-biographical bestseller by Scott McClellan, who served as White House Press Secretary from until under President George W.

book was scheduled to be released on June 2, ; however, excerpts were released to the press a week before : Scott McClellan. At hand is a masterpiece of biography, the best of the genre that I have encountered in almost seven decades of reading.

Ron Chernow's book should vault Ulysses S. The Seattle Review of Books was founded by Martin McClellan and Paul Constant. Our associate editor is Dawn McCarra Bass. Paul has written for the New York Observer, the Los Angeles Times, the Seattle Times, the Progressive, Newsweek, Re/Code, the Utne Reader, and many North American alternative weeklies.

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Sears. By General George B. McClellan (), designated the Young Napoleon, was the commander of all the Northern armies. He forged the Army of the Potomac Free shipping over $Cited by:   Rove, White House Dispute McClellan Book Tales. President Bush (C) waves as he walks with his press secretary, Scott McClellan (R), and Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove (L) to the Oval Office at the White House Ap in Washington.

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