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This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

33 review for The Supplies for the Confederate Army, how they were obtained in Europe and how paid for.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    This book is an interesting account of (some) of the Confederacy's foreign operations during the Civil War. Huse's narrative starts with a relation of his experience as commandant of cadets at the University of Alabama before the war, and then relates his joining the Confederate Army, and making his way North and out of the country in secret. His story of buying, inspecting, and arranging the shipping of arms for the Confederate Army is much more readable and focused (and much, much shorter) tha This book is an interesting account of (some) of the Confederacy's foreign operations during the Civil War. Huse's narrative starts with a relation of his experience as commandant of cadets at the University of Alabama before the war, and then relates his joining the Confederate Army, and making his way North and out of the country in secret. His story of buying, inspecting, and arranging the shipping of arms for the Confederate Army is much more readable and focused (and much, much shorter) than James D. Bulloch's account of being an operative for the Confederate Navy. The main failing of this book is that it doesn't delve into a ton of detail, and it kind of just ends. It seems like maybe the author intended to write more, and never did, or it could be just a side-effect of the author's inexperience writing narratives.

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    Francis Kiger

    A good first-person historical narrative Insightful and informative throughout. This short narrative answers many questions about how the confederate States were supplied with European commodities during the American Civil War.

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