Virginia Railroads in the Civil War
By Angus James Johnston II.
Softcover 6x9", 352 pages. New Enduring Edition printing, 2011 edition.
"Johnston ably demonstrates the major contribution of captured Virginia railroads to the ever-increasing prowess of the northern armies in the state.
"He also describes the new techniques of warfare introduced by the Confederates, beginning with their launching of the first full-scale raids of the war against the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in the Shenandoah Valley.
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