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A Question of Respect

by:
Robert L. Worley (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3295-1 ©2006
Price: $13.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 204 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Historical

The War of 1812 comes alive in this sweeping saga of a nation little prepared to fight an empire. The political drama and stunning battle scenes keep the reader captivated.

Abstract:
In 1812, the United States declared war on the world’s greatest military power, Great Britain. It was a conflict America did not want, and had little hope of winning. Led by a fragile, tentative president, her government was often at war with itself. Her military commanders were incompetent. The army was a shambles. And she possessed virtually no navy. Yet Britain would underestimate the character of “Little” Jimmy Madison and the determination of the American people. Leaders would be made, heroes would be born, and respect would be earned.

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Customer Reviews

  Excellent Read , 07/02/2009
Reviewer: Tom Adams
The book is Fiction set in the USA prior to the beginning of the War of 1812. It is a short book 204 pages. You read about some of the key events and people involved up to the defeat at Queenston in Oct 1812. It is an easy reading novel not a historical book. I believe this was intended as first in a series. Though I have not found any sequels.

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  Good Book , 05/05/2010
Reviewer: Alan N.
Very entertaining history. Easy to read and very informative. I recommend it!

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