A dramatic account of 14 military engagements where victory came at a high price. Journeys into the fiery heart of cavalry charges and guerrilla warfare, from Bunker Hill to Pearl Harbor, and into the minds of strategists who unwittingly proved that, in war, success can sometimes be fatal.
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