MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. SHARPE AND THE CREATION OF AMERICAN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE IN THE CIVIL WAR
Sharpe is celebrated as one of the most remarkable Americans of the 19th century. He saw the need to build an intelligence organization, the Bureau of Military Information. This volume not only puts Sharpe's impressive achievements in context but also provides a unique window into the flow of intelligence reporting during the Civil War. 32 pages of photos.
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