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SOUTHERN STRATEGY: Britain's Conquest of SC and GA

SOUTHERN STRATEGY: Britain's Conquest of SC and GA
by Wilson, David

3-79940

The Southern Strategy shifts the traditional vantage point of the American Revolution from the Northern colonies to the South in this study of the critical period from 1775 to the spring of 1780. David K. Wilson suggests that the paradox of the British defeat in 1781- after Crown armies had crushed all organized resistance in South Carolina and Georgia - makes sense only if one understands the fundamental flaws in what modern historians label Britain's 'Southern Strategy.' In his assessment he closely examines battles and skirmishes to construct a comprehensive military history of the Revolution in the South through May 1780.

A cartographer and student of battlefield geography, Wilson includes detailed, original battle maps and orders of battle for each engagement. Appraising the strategy and tactics of the most significant conflicts, he tests the thesis that the British could raise the manpower they needed to win in the South by tapping a vast reservoir of Southern Loyalists and finds their policy flawed in both conception and execution.

Detailed original battle maps and o/b's for each engagement, 30+ b/w illust, biblio, index.

1 vol, 341 pgs 2008 US, UNIV OF SO. CAROLINA
NEW-softcover ......$22.00

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