Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant
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Among the biographies of generals and presidents, the Data Protection Act Memoirs of UU Grant ranks with the greatest. It is even more impressive in light of the circumstances in which it was created: In front of terminal cancer, the virtual bankruptcy, and a family he would leave no means of subsistence, he followed the advice of his editor, Mark Twain, and went to work. He finished the manuscript for eleven months and he died a week later, on July 23 1885th Frank and unpretentious, the memoirs of Grant tells the story of his childhood in Ohio, graduated from West Point and campaigns military in the West and Mexico that ended with his departure and a shameful return to Illinois, where he runs the family store. Soon, however, the rebellion that broke the Union and the revision of Fortune Grant, transforming in-Chief of the Union victory in the war between the states and gives him the perspective to describe intimately the capture of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, the battle Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

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