Bevin Alexander

Bevin Alexander is the author of 13 books on military history, including SUCH TROOPS AS THESE, MACARTHUR'S WAR, SUN TZU AT GETTYSBURG, HOW WARS ARE WON, HOW HITLER COULD HAVE WON WORLD WAR II, HOW AMERICA GOT IT RIGHT and HOW THE SOUTH COULD HAVE WON THE CIVIL WAR. He was an adviser to the Rand Corporation for a recent study on future warfare and a participant in a recent war game simulation run by the Training and Doctrine Command of the U.S. Army. His battle studies on the Korean War, written during his decorated service as a combat historian, are stored in the National Archives in Washington, D.C.

Bevin Alexander

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by Bevin Alexander - History, Nonfiction

In SUCH TROOPS AS THESE, acclaimed military historian Bevin Alexander presents a compelling case for Stonewall Jackson as a supreme military strategist and the greatest general in American history. Fiercely dedicated to the cause of Southern independence, Jackson would not live to see the end of the War. But his military legacy lives on and finds fitting tribute in this book.