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Gettysburg’s Most Hellish Battleground: The Devil’s Den, July 2, 1863

Dr. Tucker has written deeply human and cutting-edge history in a large number of iconoclastic books that have illuminated major turning points in American history. Most notable is highly acclaimed "PICKETT'S CHARGE, A NEW LOOK AT GETTYSBURG'S FINAL ATTACK," distributed by Simon & Schuster. This book was lavishly praised by distinguished Yale graduate Thomas E. Ricks, one of America's most gifted historians, in his New York Times Review, "Thomas Ricks on the Season's Military History"…
Phillip
August 6, 2019
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Fresh Views and Insightful Perspectives

Despite thousands of books written about the Battle of Gettysburg, no historian has broken more new ground on the topic than Dr. Tucker, including his recent "AMERICA'S BLOODY HILL OF DESTINY, A NEW LOOK AT THE STRUGGLE FOR LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG." Dr. Tucker has authored half a dozen Gettysburg books with fresh perspectives and in a distinctive Cattonesque narrative style while providing a wealth of new ideas, fresh views, and insightful perspectives in the…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Death at the Little Bighorn

Thanks to over 65 books, Dr. Tucker is well on his way to his goal of authoring 100 groundbreaking titles, another unprecedented accomplishment, thanks to dozens of unpublished manuscripts ranging from the Battle of Gettysburg to World War II. At this time, Dr. Tucker has already written more books than America's famous historians including Catton, McCullough, Sears, Chernow, and Trudeau. Dr. Tucker has most often presented unique aspects of history - military, social, political, racial…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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A Descriptive Historian

The author's books are distinguished by a vivid and lively descriptive style of writing unlike today's dry, textbook style. Dr. Tucker has long focused on human interest stories, historical vignettes, and colorful characters. Describing places, characters, and events in great detail, the author's unique narrative style, often poetic, in overall vivid descriptiveness, allows the reader to be transported back in time to stirring moments of other ages. By bringing people and turning points of history…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Exodus from the Alamo

An innovative, bold, out of the box thinker, Dr. Tucker has authored highly original "new-look" narratives that reveal new insights and perspectives to prove that the best history goes against the grain and traditional consensus. Daniel N. White emphasized as much in his insightful 9/20/2011 review of the author's myth-busting "EXODUS FROM THE ALAMO: FINALLY THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ALAMO." Dr. Tucker earned three history degrees from prestigious universities, including a PhD in American History…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Martyred Lieutenant Sanité Bélair

This iconoclastic, myth-busting historian has illuminated climactic and crescendo moments from the American Revolution to the Second World War while establishing new literary benchmarks in women's, African-American, Caribbean (Jamaica, Haiti, and Cuba), American Revolutionary War, Tuskegee, Civil War, Buffalo Soldiers, Irish, Little Bighorn, Pirate, Aviation, Western, Spanish-American War, Battle of Gettysburg, and Southern history. Dr. Tucker's work has bestowed greater recognition to long-ignored African-American men and women to emerge as one of the most groundbreaking…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Cathy Williams America’s Female Buffalo Soldier

Cathy Williams, a former Missouri slave, became the first black female to serve in the United States Army when she enlisted in the 38th United States Infantry at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, on November 15, 1866. This book has recently been purchased by a book production company! Stay tuned for future books and series based on this book! In the clever disguise of a man, Private William Cathay—her official enlistment name—served in the ranks of Company…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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The Irish at Gettysburg

At the outbreak of the Civil War, Irish citizens on both sides of the Mason-Dixon answered the call to arms. That was no more evident than at the Battle of Gettysburg. Louisiana Irish Rebels charged with the cry "We are the Louisiana Tigers!" Irish soldiers of the Alabama Brigade and the Texas Brigade launched assaults on the line's southern end at Little Round Top. During Pickett's Charge, Gaelic brothers fought each other as determined Irishmen…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Pickett’s Charge

The Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the Civil War, producing over 57,000 dead and wounded in a battle that would stand as the Confederacy’s high watermark. On the third day of fierce fighting, Robert E. Lee’s attempt to invade the North came to a head in Pickett’s Charge. The infantry assault consisted of nine brigades of soldiers in a line that stretched for over a mile, and would result in a horrific…
Phillip
December 9, 2019