Honor & Valor: The Life & Deeds of General Wil
The CD-Rs are not playable on a regular CD Player. They are MP3 Data Discs. Honor and Valor: The Life and Deeds of General William Tecumseh Sherman Complete and Unabridged Narrated by Marshall Davidson Originally published as a memorial edition at General Sherman's death by the M.W. Hazen Company, New York, 1891. In this new, narrated edition, Marshall Davidson recounts for historians and those interested in Civil War lore the life and adventures of William Tecumseh Sherman, whose military campaign through Georgia and the Carolinas remains a subject of intense interest and scrutiny. This narrative is offered in a literary style reflective of the immense pride and respect paid to General Sherman following his death in 1891. Unabridged and unedited, this audiobook captures thrilling details of Sherman's youth, rise to fame and glory, his brilliant military campaigns, his rejection of political life and his unending love for country and those with whom he served. Historians and military strategists will undoubtedly appreciate the audiobook's detail, which loyally portrays Sherman as a leader whose tactics won the praise of his President, respect of his peers, and admiration of his troops. Few would argue that Sherman's accomplishments altered the course of the war and of U.S. history; this narrative dutifully recounts why Sherman is regarded as a pivotal figure who was first to recognize that total war was necessary to end the bloodshed that ripped the United States apart.