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The Battle of Bentonville Mark A Moore Book Summary The book The Battle of Bentonville is about the historic Battle of Bentonville The book covers every aspect of the battle using pictures diagrams and actual writing The book specifically talks about every attack stand and even some of the aftermath It is actually divided among the battles for example part I is about the Battle of Averasboro and part II is about the Battle of Bentonville Talking about the actual battle the Battle of Bentonville was very crucial From the point of view of General Robert E Lee If you are forced back from Raleigh and we be deprived of the supplies from East Carolina I do not know how this army of Northern Virginia can be supported and that is exactly what he said From other point of views it was basically a last stand against the Union before the South was totally taken over Reason for Choosing Book I chose The Battle of Bentonville because I love to learn about history I love history because at a young age my dad taught me that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it and it is the truth A prime example is between Napoleon and Hitler Napoleon lost all what he had conquered to the Russians and so did Hitler all because they fought an enemy in their weather and in their homeland What makes it a prime example of ignorance is Hitler thought he could beat the Russians only because he was German and they just werent loosing but if he took the time and really examined the battle Hitlers rule may have never ended I chose The Battle of Bentonville also because I have to do a project on it Having a book that is so in depth and descriptive will really make my job easier because I will basically have all the information right there
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