NORTH WEYMOUTH, MA (PRWEB)
July 08, 2022
Douglas Smock, a retired journalist and magazine editor from Massachusetts, has finished his new book “Forgotten Battles and American Memory”: an informative and engaging read.
“Forgotten Battles and American Memory is a military history book that brings significant conflicts long overlooked to life through personal stories. Key figures include George Washington, Myles Standish, Daniel Morgan, Banastre Tarleton, Benjamin Franklin, Oliver Hazard Perry, Nathan Bedford Forest, Joseph Stilwell, Chiang Kai-shek and George Marshall. Battles covered are Plymouth Plantation Militia Attack on the Massachusett Tribe, Defeat of General Edward Braddock in the French and Indian War, Cowpens in the Revolutionary War, Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812 , the Fort Pillow Massacre in the Civil War, and the Battle for Burma Road in World War II. The book also examines why the battles were lost to history and why they are still important today. In some cases, controversies remain, ranging from the depiction of Myles Standish on the Massachusetts flag to statues of Nathan Bedford Forrest. The book includes never-before-seen information about the Battle of the Burma Road and the role of the Pennsylvania Militia in the War of 1812.”
Michael Schaller, Regents Professor of History at the University of Arizona, author of “The US Crusade in China, 1938-1945”, considers Douglas Smock’s Page Publishing book “a very lively and well-informed account of an immensely complicated story”. battle that took place in the middle of the war in the Pacific.
Readers interested in discovering this fascinating work can purchase “Forgotten Battles and American Memory” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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