New Acquisition – Supreme Command: Soldiers, Statesmen, and Leadership in Wartime
Book Review: Jefferson Davis and His Generals – The Failure of Confederate Command in the West
I bought this book to assist with an assignment on the command skills of Abraham Lincoln. Author Eliot A. Cohen also examines the records of Georges Clemenceau, Winston Churchill and David Ben-Gurion in an effort to synthesize why they stand above others as leaders in time of war.
Class starts today! Civil War Command and Leadership
Much has been written about the political and military genius of Abraham Lincoln and the successful leader he grew to be while Commander in Chief of a fractured union. But as the country divided and civil war became a reality, a new leader was called upon to assume the role of Commander in Chief for the Confederacy, the seasoned Jefferson Davis.
Stephen Woodworth to Teach Civil War Command and Leadership
Class starts today! Civil War Command and Leadership The book list changed a bit since my first post. That’s ok. The books I picked up for the old book list are good ones. Professor: Steven E. Woodworth I’ve updated the courses page with the information below. Required Texts: Glatthaar, Joseph T. Partners in Command: The […]
I just registered for my next course: Civil War Command and Leadership. Here’s a quick summary: “a study of national, theater, and operational command structures of the Union and Confederacy, the leadership styles of key military leaders on both sides, and the evolution of command and control in the war. Major themes include the relationship […]